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"I don't take on any politicians, you hear? Because when I open my purse I don't see them." I laughed in my car as the radio hosts did in the studio.
Piparo residents are on standby to evacuate their homes after what some residents say was eruption at the mud volcano late Saturday.
Oilfield Workers Trade Union president general Ancel Roget says the people of Point Fortin feel abandoned and fed up of the empty promises of the People's National Movement (PNM) and the United National Congress (UNC). As for a recent poll which gave Dr Keith Rowley a 50 per cent approval rating, Roget said he does not attach any weight or credibility to such polls.
It's been ten months since thousands of former Petrotrin workers began stressing over where their next paycheck would come from. But with Patriotic Energies and Technologies Co Ltd winning the bid to acquire the Pointe-a-Pierre Refinery, some are seeing a silver lining.
Social media activist Suzette Louwe, through her attorney Emir Crowne, is seeking details on the bids and evaluations that led to the Patriotic Energy and Technologies Company Ltd (PETCL) topping the bidders list to obtain the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery.
Outside of the massive US$700 million upfront payment to the State for the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery, the newly-formed Patriotic Energies and Technologies Company Ltd (PETCL) would have to find at least US$1.4 billion to get the refinery up and running, says a member of the valuation committee that considered the bid.
Less than 24 hours after activating emergency response mechanisms at the 14 regional corporations across T&T, the Ministry of Works and Transport increased monitoring processes and deployed emergency equipment in specific areas as they braced for flooding and possible evacuation.
With memories of last year’s floods still fresh on their minds, residents of Woodland, Penal, Debe, Biche and Mayaro spent yesterday trying to secure their homes against the expected rough weather.
An Arouca man was killed on Friday night during what officials have described as a drug-related robbery gone bad.
Identified as Ronald “Blackie” Paul, the 34-year-old unemployed man of L'Anse Mitan Road was reportedly shot around 8 pm on September 20.
While the contract between the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) and China Gezhouba Group International Engineering Co Ltd (CGGC) to build 204 high-end housing units at South Quay has been cancelled, the Dragon still rises with a plan to transform part of Charlotte Street, in Port-of-Spain, to a Chinatown.
A hurricane hunter aircraft has been sent to investigate a tropical wave east of Trinidad and Tobago, and has found no further development to categorise it as a Tropical Depression.
As videos of vicious school fights circulate, Soroptimist International of San Fernando held a peace march through the streets of San Fernando on Friday in honour of World Peace Day.
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