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Gov't gives Patriotic 15 more days
Posted: Thursday, January 21, 2021

Gov't gives Patriotic 15 more days to commit to US$500M for Petrotrin
Patriotic was informed that it was the preferred bidder for certain assets of the Guaracara Refining Company Limited and Paria Fuel Trading Company Limited by letter dated September 25th, 2019.

UNC wants answers from Gov't on extension given to Patriotic
The United National Congress (UNC) has condemned Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley for insinuating that Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar was "delusional" and "desperate".

...Extension the ‘mother of all mamaguy'

Gov't expects $100M from Heritage as new six-year license negotiated
The Heritage Petroleum Company Limited has announced the successful completion of negotiations with the Government for a new exploration and production license in its offshore acreage.

JSC hears secondary students quitting school for jobs

School Reopening Discussion on Thursday

Private distribution of COVID-19 vaccines possible in future, says CMO
Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr Roshan Parasram said there's nothing to prevent private pharmaceutical companies from distributing COVID-19 vaccines, once approved by the Food and Drugs Division of the Ministry of Health.

Warning over church choir Covid threat
If you are a member of a church choir and willing to encourage your congregation through songs, then please wear your mask and practice physical distancing.

$158K goes missing in shady transaction, police investigate
The victim arrived with the bag of money and handed over the cash to the individual he knew. However, an hour later, the man returned and told the victim that the third party had not returned with the cash and could not be contacted. The police were immediately notified.

$.5 Mill to Keep Asa Wright Open
It announced its closure in a statement last week Chairman of the Executive Board, Professor Judith Gobin says the Centre is hoping for a meeting with government and other stakeholders on the way forward.

CXC facing class action lawsuit from pupils
Following protests by students regionwide, triggered by concerns about inconsistencies and discrepancies in the CSEC and CAPE grades, CXC agreed to a review. However, some students have expressed dissatisfaction with the regrading.

Mysterious castle reveals its secrets

Knife attack on woman accused of being unfaithful
A 44-year-old woman was stabbed repeatedly about her body after her boyfriend accused her of being unfaithful.



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