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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 4, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago is projecting gas production to reach 3.9 million cubic feet per day this year, slightly higher than last year. Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, addressing the 2019 Energy Conference and Trade Show hosted by the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago, Monday said gas ...

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A man was shot at L’Anse Road, Castries about 11.am Monday, law enforcement officials have confirmed. The incident took place a short distance away from the Seventh Day Adventist Church, it was reported. According to the officials, police officers responded to a report of a male brandishing a firearm, there was a confrontation and the […]

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Outspoken Human Rights campaigner, Mary Francis, is counting her losses after a break in at her office in the Monplaisir building on Brazil Street. Intruders forced their way into the office and ransacked the place. Francis told St Lucia Times that she secured the office on Friday afternoon and received a call the following day […]

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By David Jessop According to the Central Bank of Barbados, the island’s tourism output slowed in 2018 to an estimated 0.6 per cent despite there being a 2.8 per cent increase in visitor arrivals last year. The reasons given were that visitors were spending less; some were not staying as long, and cruise ship calls […]

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By Adrian Loveridge While this may not be universally accepted, I firmly believe that our banks can be far more proactive in contributing to our overall national economic recovery. We understand they are under severe pressure regarding the government ‘haircutting’ of bonds, debentures and other borrowings, but no-one can be under any illusion that they […]

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By Jean H Charles Every year around this time (January 1st) Haiti celebrates its independence day; I usually profit of this milestone to review the state of the state of the country. The year 2019 brings the double memorial of the 50th anniversary of the death of Jean Price Mars (1969) and the centenary anniversary […]

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(FOX NEWS) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced the recall of select products from another dog food brand, adding to a seemingly growing list of canine foods that have been pulled off the market due to potentially high levels of vitamin D. Hill’s Pet Nutrition has voluntarily recalled some of its ...

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By Stephen A Cooper Over 60 years ago, Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote that “[t]he basic concept underlying the Eighth Amendment is nothing less than the dignity of man. While the State has the power to punish, the Amendment stands to assure that this power be exercised within the limits of civilized standards.” […]

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