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Imbert vows to continue spending
Posted: Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Imbert vows to continue spending on capital projects
Finance Minister Colm Imbert told a news conference on Monday that capital expenditure is crucial to growing the economy and there will not be any reduction in expenditure in 2023.

PM calls on churches: Do more for children neglected by parents

President's husband wants to set an example for men
"What I would like, if I would be permitted, is to encourage young men in particular to come into healthier relationship with their female counterparts and to come into healthier relationship with themselves," he said.

Anglican Bishop, PM thrilled by $6m restoration of Hayes Court

$1.9m in damages in 11 default judgments against AG

Medical Council sends warning to fake specialists
Dr Sawh recommended that doctors go abroad for specialised training for a minimum of four years before returning to T&T.

He also said that public/private partnerships between the government and private hospitals had "serious shortcomings."

Mohammed: National Security a concern when repatriating Trinis from Syria

ASJA lauds PM for decision to repatriate Trinis

'Your best is good enough!'
Gadsby-Dolly to all 18,889 pupils writing SEA exam today...

Minister: Digicel acted within the law
The 126 Digicel workers who are being retrenched will receive severance packages together with all terminal benefits due to them.

Labour Minister: Ex-Digicel workers can't challenge retrenchment

'I've been called an independent too long' THA secretary on new party
Almost four months after declaring themselves independents, members of the Farley Augustine-led THA administration are set to launch a new party on April 4 at the Shaw Park Cultural Complex from 5-8pm.

Dennis: Launch of new party obscene
The formation of a new political party less than half-way through the Progressive Democratic Patriots' (PDP) overwhelming mandate is possibly the most obscene and insulting of all their indiscretions.

'Monkey' not racist
In a video circulating on social media, Alexander said, "Rowley in full monkey flight. Because it have times, I expect Rowley at some point to fling faeces at the media like the chimpanzees at the zoo," Alexander said while mimicking the actions of a monkey swinging its arms.

Tempers flare as two more homes burn down at Train Line
TENSION and tempers flared into a startling confrontation between groups of Train Line, St Augustine, residents after two homes were destroyed in a suspected arson attack on Sunday night. Some residents believe Sunday's fire was linked to two recent murders and another house fire.



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