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Minister warns against ‘greedy’ business owners

Consumer Affairs Minister Peter Taylor says there has been a steady decline in food prices and that his ministry will continue to ensure consumers are not ripped off unscrupulous business owners.

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Mark calls mixing politics and finance...

A dangerous brew

The appointment of an “independent” Central Bank governor must be subject to a two-thirds majority from both Houses of Parliament so that he could be released from the “political directorate” which he is currently subjected to, Opposition Senator Wade Mark suggested yesterday.

UNC Senator: Why HMB, NIB, exempted from bill

The Government has exempted the Home Mortgage Bank (HMB), T&T Mortgage Finance Company (TTMF), National Insurance Board (NIB) and Unit Trust from proposed legislation meant to strength regulatory systems for financial institutions, UNC Senator Wade Mark said yesterday.

Prisons crack down on cellphone smuglling

Prisoners returning to jail after court visits undergo intensive searches by prison infirmary officers to ensure they do not smuggle in cellphones, National Security Minister Martin Joseph said yesterday.

Not going down that road’

New programme pushes positive direction for Laventille youths

Sixteen men from St Barb’s in Laventille and environs have decided to make a change in their lives by taking part in a project that will teach them Mathematics, English, anger management and agriculture.

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ACS advises: Look to Latin America

Caribbean states must diversify their markets to include nearby Latin American countries to help mitigate the effects of the international financial crisis, according to Luis Fernando Andrade Falla, secretary general of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS).

Striving for excellence

What makes Shamla Maharaj, 23, such an interesting young woman?

Mucurapo wins Intercol

Ends 25-year drought

The drought is over and Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive is the 2008 RBTT National Intercol champion.

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The new balancing act

It’s another balancing act for the T&T Government.

 

St Thomas RC drama champs again

St Thomas RC Primary School delivered a wide range of dramatic skills to repeat as champions of their age group when the third Guayaguayare Schools Drama Fest Competition played off before an appreciative audience at the Guayaguayare RC School on November 22. 

Ganga...

T&T most successful captain

He has been touted as the best cricket captain in the Caribbean at present by many cricket pundits locally as well as regionally and Daren Ganga over the last five years of his career as captain of the T&T team, has the record to prove it.

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