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Finance Ministry: Submit Property Tax Forms if you want

Finance Ministry: Submit Property Tax Forms if you want

The Finance Ministry says those who still wish to submit their Property Valuation Forms can still do so. This statement comes even as a court ruling halted submission of the forms for the tax. The ruling means that no citizen is legally bound to hand in the document, at ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Education Minister acknowledges increase in student indiscipline

Education Minister acknowledges increase in student indiscipline

According to the Education Minister, there is an increase in student indiscipline at this time of the academic year. Minister Anthony Garcia today met with over 100 of the 125 secondary schools principals to discuss urgent matters affecting the system. The matter of ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Sinanan: New passenger vessel in about two weeks

Sinanan: New passenger vessel in about two weeks

Government is assuring that a new passenger vessel will be in T&T in about two weeks. Only yesterday, boat woes forced the TT Express to turn around on its journey to Tobago, leaving passengers stranded on both islands. Speaking today, Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Water disruptions in North East and South West Trinidad

Water disruptions in North East and South West Trinidad

There will be disruptions to water supply in parts of North East and South West Trinidad over the next two days. In the first, between 6am and midnight tomorrow, customers served by the Chatham Water Treatment Plant will experience an interruption as WASA carries out ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Two charged for gun and ammo in separate cases

Two charged for gun and ammo in separate cases

Two men were charged for the possession of a firearm and ammunition, in unrelated incidents. In the first, a 48 year old man of Cocorite was held with a revolver and three rounds of ammunition outside of his home on Sunday afternoon. Then on Monday afternoon, a 27 year old ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Four charged for Maracas murder and attempted murder

Four charged for Maracas murder and attempted murder

Four men have been held for the murder of 24 year old Kimberly Lewis and the attempted murder of an unidentified man. Around 10 o’clock last night, the men were caught while trying to evade a police road block along the North Coast Road, Maracas. After a chase that ended at ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Members of public urged to share views on TTPS at upcoming manpower audit

Members of public urged to share views on TTPS at upcoming manpower audit

Soon members of the public will be able to share their views on the police service, even via social media. This as the TTPS Manpower Audit Committee embarks on another phase of its exercise which is to get the public’s opinion on the operations of the TTPS. The 7 member ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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2018 Commonwealth Games: Queen’s Relay Baton to arrive in T&T on Sunday

2018 Commonwealth Games: Queen’s Relay Baton to arrive in T&T on Sunday

The Queen’s Relay Baton for the 2018 Commonwealth Games will be in Trinidad and Tobago from Sunday evening. The baton, which carries a message from the Queen of England, is on a 388-day journey to Gold Coast, Australia – the host of the games. It will arrive at the Piarco ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Tobago youth asked to apply for Summer Youth Assembly at UN

Tobago youth asked to apply for Summer Youth Assembly at UN

Young Tobagonians are being urged to apply for the UN’s Summer Youth Assembly. To qualify though, they must be between the ages of 16 to 28 and actively involved in their community and motivated to become a world changer. Interested applicants who are 29 years old and older ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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Tobago Chamber Head says authorities didn’t heed advice on inter-island vessels

Tobago Chamber Head says authorities didn’t heed advice on inter-island vessels

The authorities’ failure to take advice is what has led to the issues surrounding travel between Trinidad and Tobago. That’s the view of President of the Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Demi John Cruickshank. Yesterday, there was a stand-off between Port Authority ...

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May 23rd, 2017

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