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Trinidad & Tobago’s largest restaurant operator’s profits fell by 31% in first half of 2017

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Tuesday, July 11 2017 @ 11:21 PM AST Contributed by: DeoBhagan Views: 42 From PHL Chairman Christian E. Mouttet, July 4, 2017: CONSOLIDATED UNAUDITED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE For the first half 2017 Group revenue increased by 6% to $505 million and profit before tax decreased by 24% to $27.5 million, from $35.8 million in the previous Read More

Where to sea bathe in Trinidad and Tobago

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What fish do people catch most in Trinidad & Tobago?

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… #newscott Welcome to Breaking News Trinidad and TobagoWednesday, July 12 2017 @ 03:28 PM AST Wednesday, July 12 2017 @ 12:23 AM AST Contributed by: michaelariston Views: 38 What’s Related Story Options Who’s Online Guest Users: 864 Read More

BP projects in Trinidad and Tobago, Australia to come on stream ‘imminently’ -CEO

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ISTANBUL, July 12 (Reuters) – Two new BP projects in Trinidad and Tobago and Australia are set to come on stream “imminently”, Chief Executive Officer Bob Dudley said on Wednesday. The two projects are part of a portfolio of seven new assets the British oil major will start up this year. Dudley was speaking at Read More

CNN Show ‘Parts Unknown’ Holds Up a Mirror to Trinidad & Tobago’s Social Divisions

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A screenshot from a YouTube video of the Trinidad and Tobago edition of Anthony Bourdain’s show, Parts Unknown, which airs on CNN. American celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain caused a stir when he visited Trinidad and Tobago earlier this year, with many who met him posting selfies and hashtagging the heck out of Facebook. But the Read More

REGIONAL: Man charged for fatally shooting pregnant woman in Trinidad

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By Trinidad Express July 10, 2017 Mike Mitchell Labourer Mike Mitchell appeared before the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court on Monday charged with the murder of pregnant Ornella Phillip. Philip who was also the mother of an eight-year old-girl who is stricken with cerebral palsy was shot dead at her Thompson Street Gasparillo home on June Read More

Trinidad’s Black Community in ‘crisis’ says former Prime Minister

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SOS in Paradise: A former Trinidad & Tobago Prime Minister explains PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Blacks in Trinidad and Tobago are describing the situation of the black community as a “crisis” and as one requiring urgent attention. Hon. Kamla Persad-Bissessar This is an eye-opening report about the current Crisis in the Caribbean Nation of Trinidad Read More

Columbus Energy Resources unveils new initiatives after Trinidad review

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Columbus Energy Resources PLC (LON:CERP), the company formerly known as LGO Energy, has detailed new initiatives planned following an initial review of operations in Trinidad. The company explained the aim of the review was to develop a work programme, in a capital efficient manner, with the objective of being cash flow positive across the company Read More

Trinidad and Tobago chief justice continues to resist growing pressure to resign

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Chief Justice Ivor Archie PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — While retired judges Humphrey Stollmeyer and Roger Hamel-Smith recently resigned from the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) amid growing pressure, Trinidad and Tobago Chief Justice Ivor Archie remained adamant that he will not be following suit. Archie’s defiance comes on the heels of calls from Read More

Letter: Making a mockery of the Trinidad and Tobago parliament

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Dear Sir:It seems the speaker of the Lower House is working assiduously to make Trinidad and Tobago’s parliament an ineffective institution, an extended gallerying arm of Keith Rowley’s executive branch. In the process, opposition MPs are stymied in their role of representing the concerns of their constituents and presenting alternative policies. Madam Speaker appears to Read More