News and Commentaries from Various News Sources in T&T
Rowley: Few still want Maduro overthrown Posted: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
TT may not benefit from increased oil prices The recent spike in oil prices due to the ongoing conflict in the Middle East may not benefit TT due to this country's reduced oil and gas production according to former energy minister Kevin Ramnarine.
TT's national ICT plan Communication solutions provider TSTT is currently working hand-in-hand with the government towards achieving the vision of a digitally transformed government by 2022.
Rowley: Few still want Maduro overthrown SINCE January to present, fewer countries in the region now want a military intervention to oust Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, trumpeted the Prime Minister at a briefing yesterday to mark his return from a visit to Washington DC. He met US congressmen and kept abreast of developments at regional fora like the OAS and UN General Assembly (UNGA).
PM blasts BBC 'agenda' in migrant report While Trinidad and Tobago recently made headway in the US on Venezuela, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is most upset with the British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC's) recent documentary on T&T's Venezuelan amnesty registration exercise - and he's writing to the British Government on it.
PM, High Commissioner stew over BBC A social media standoff has emerged between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and British High Commissioner Tim Stew over the Prime Minister's decision to write the British government on the contents of a documentary, which Dr Rowley contends has misrepresented Trinidad and Tobago.
Video shows guard helping the robbers A security officer who told police that while posted at an El Dorado supermarket he was tied up and the grocery robbed, was arrested yesterday after surveillance footage showed his involvement in the robbery.