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Dear Sir: Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of Finance states in its (May 3, 2019) Presentation of the 2019 Mid-Year Budget Review; “Total expenditure has been revised upwards to $52.07 billion, an increase of approximately $300 million over the budgeted 2019 expenditure of $51.77 billion.” Whereas, on the said site, in its (Oct 1, 2018) Budget […]
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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Murdered Venezuelan mother, Evelyn Francisca Mata Rojas, was cremated following a simple funeral service at Guide’s Funeral Home last Friday. Her ashes will be returned to her homeland. Rojas’ three children, ages 12, nine and seven, were comforted by their father and other relatives who travelled to Trinidad for the funeral. About ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – A Special Reserve Police (SRP) officer and a Jamaican man remained in police custody last night after they were found with narcotics strapped to their bodies while attempting to board a flight at the Piarco International Airport on Saturday. The officer, who was last attached to the mounted branch, was stopped and ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Southern Division police are searching for a man captured on surveillance camera stealing gold from a jewellery store at Gulf City Mall, La Romaine, on Saturday. The video posted to social media showed the suspect, who was well dressed and wearing a cap, walk into Rajendra’s at around 12.55pm. The man was ...

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — The Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha is concerned about Venezuelan migrants entering the country with Hindu marriage licences issued by a pundit in central Trinidad. Pundit Lutchmidath Persad Maharaj, in a telephone interview yesterday, said there was an investigation of Venezuelans coming in from Cedros, presenting Hindu marriage licences. These licences, he added, ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Gov­ern­ment’s visa stip­u­la­tion for Venezue­lans is caus­ing con­cerns among some Venezue­lans who are due to come here soon, as well as re­cent reg­is­trants who had planned to bring rel­a­tives over. Their con­cerns are about the pro­ce­dures to be and how ef­fi­cient­ly the sys­tem will be im­ple­ment­ed. The stip­u­la­tion was an­nounced by Gov­ern­ment ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Venezuelan school teacher and desperate migrant Isabeth Moren, has a message for the women of Trinidad and Tobago. “We did not come here to take your husbands,” she said. Moreno, who also has a radio programme in her homeland, said she had fled a country plagued by a worsening economic and political ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — There is a video circulating on social media of a female attempting to cross the road in Marabella being hit by a car, somersaulting in the air and landing in the middle of the road. She gets up and walks away. Several commented on the incident and wondered about her condition. The ...

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Dear Sir: The World Bank forecasts global growth, after reaching 3.1 percent in both 2017 and 2018, is expected to decelerate to 2.9 percent in 2019 and over the next two years as global slack dissipates, major central banks remove policy accommodation, and the recovery in commodity exporters matures. Moderating activity and heightened risks are […]
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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Lifeguards protesting health and safety issues at their headquarters have been staying away from duties at the Maracas beach. As a result, there was no immediate help for a Penal man when he began floundering in the water on Sunday. Lifeguards from the neighbouring beach at Las Cuevas were called to assist. ...

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