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Trinidad & Tobago holds overnight lending rate steady at 4.75%

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Friday, July 28 2017 @ 05:51 PM AST Contributed by: DeoBhagan Views: 287 * Economic activity remained subdued in Q1 2017, but higher rig days and more drilling expected to boost energy sector, the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago said today in the release to announce its overnight lending rate aka its Repo Rate. Read More

Joel Trinidad fulfills a dream with ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’

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Loy Martinez plays King Arthur. Actor-director-producer Joel Trinidad, along with codirector Nicky Triviño, handpicked Lorenz “Loy” Martinez for the role of King Arthur in Upstart Productions Inc.’s latest musical production, “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” which opened last night (July 29, Friday) and will run all weekends until Aug. 12 at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Read More

Letter: Nothing is more important in Trinidad and Tobago

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Dear Sir:Nothing can be more important now in Trinidad and Tobago than agreeing on the path for economic survival and growth. Crime reduction, health care, education, infrastructure development and social services are all dependent on finance. The government has indicated that traditional sources of income have been drastically reduced. Borrowing, increased taxes and drawdown from Read More

Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse will likely move to new albeit familiar location

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Eureka Clear sky Temperature: 57 °F Reported on:Thu, 07/27/2017 – 19:53 Fortuna Overcast Temperature: 55 °F Reported on:Thu, 07/27/2017 – 21:35 Crescent City Clear sky Temperature: 55 °F Reported on:Thu, 07/27/2017 – 19:56 Toggle navigation Toggle navigation Read More

Smoke Lounge Owners Battle Trinidad Over Signage, Pot Rules

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Launched last fall, the Feed Your Head shop and smoke lounge closed in May amid disputes with Trinidad city officials. Courtesy of Kate Mullen Update below: The owners of a now-closed “luxury smoke lounge” on Trinidad’s dispensary-clogged Main Street have filed suit against the city’s mayor, police, city council and district attorney, claiming that shifting Read More

Trinidad and Tobago and the US reaffirm commitment to counter violent extremism

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Minister of National Security, Edmund Dillon PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — The governments of Trinidad and Tobago and of the United States have once again reaffirmed their commitment to support and collaborate with each other aggressively to treat with the evolving phenomenon of violent extremism and transnational crime. This demonstration of strengthened bilateral arrangement was Read More

Trinidad and Tobago MP and Family Victims of Gun Crime

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Member of Parliament for Princes Town, Barry Padarath, became a crime victim after he and family members were robbed at gunpoint at their home last week Friday. Thankfully, Padarath, and his relatives were not harmed during the incident. According to police reports, they received a report of a robbery at Padarath’s home in Couva at about Read More

Trinidad and Tobago MP and Family Victims of Gun Crime

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Member of Parliament for Princes Town, Barry Padarath, became a crime victim after he and family members were robbed at gunpoint at their home last week Friday. Thankfully, Padarath, and his relatives were not harmed during the incident. According to police reports, they received a report of a robbery at Padarath’s home in Couva at about Read More

Trinidad and Tobago MP and Family Victims of Gun Crime

4 months ago Editor Comments Off on Trinidad and Tobago MP and Family Victims of Gun Crime
Member of Parliament for Princes Town, Barry Padarath, became a crime victim after he and family members were robbed at gunpoint at their home last week Friday. Thankfully, Padarath, and his relatives were not harmed during the incident. According to police reports, they received a report of a robbery at Padarath’s home in Couva at about Read More

Letter: Undo and redo everything in Trinidad and Tobago

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Dear Sir:When even something as simple as the elevation of the chief magistrate to the judicial bench ends in chaos, confusion and lawsuits, where scores of citizens have had their rights to speedy justice trampled upon without redress, if the system cannot promote from within, what or who do you blame? The chief justice is Read More