Trinidad and Tobago

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Farmer frees pigs to save them

Farmer frees pigs to save them

Trinidad and Tobago

Desperate to save his piglets, farmer Nathaniel Mungal opened up his pens and allowed the animals free to seek refuge on a nearby hill while flood waters rose all around him on Friday.
T&T Guardian, 3 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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National Security Council meets on prison security

National Security Council meets on prison security

Trinidad and Tobago

National Security Minister Stuart Young says a threat by prison officers to stay away from work over the murder of yet another of their colleagues did not affect the operations at the nation's prisons on Thursday.
T&T Guardian, 4 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Prison boss to officers: Please hold strain

Prison boss to officers: Please hold strain

Trinidad and Tobago

Acting Prisons Commissioner Dane Clarke is appealing to his colleagues not to abandon their jobs following the murder of yet another prison officer.
T&T Guardian, 5 days ago

Predicted: Local

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Help pours in for blind woman

Help pours in for blind woman

Trinidad and Tobago

Help is on the way for Salmattie Garibsingh, the Freeport woman who is blind and bedridden, as a donor has agreed to sponsor the cost of building a steel roof over her unfinished home.
T&T Guardian, 6 days ago

Predicted: Local

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UNC councillor defiant after gun attack on home

UNC councillor defiant after gun attack on home

Trinidad and Tobago

Councillor for Cunupia Vandana Mohit says she will not be intimidated in the wake of a gun attack on her home on Monday night.
T&T Guardian, 33 days ago

Predicted: Local

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CinemaOne to be first SME on TTSE

CinemaOne to be first SME on TTSE

Trinidad and Tobago

CinemaONE Limited, parent company of Digicel IMAX, Gemstone and 4DX Cinemas, has made available to investors a 38 per cent stake—3,088,373 shares—through its initial public offering (IPO).
T&T Guardian, 39 days ago

Predicted: Economy

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350 bid for 160 Mt Hope HDC homes

350 bid for 160 Mt Hope HDC homes

Trinidad and Tobago

While 176,000 applicants are waiting in line for Housing Development Corporation (HDC) homes, only 160 successful applicants will become owners of the HDC’s million-dollar apartments at Mahogany Court in Mt Hope.
T&T Guardian, 40 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Curepe land owners inflating prices - Works Ministry

Curepe land owners inflating prices - Works Ministry

Trinidad and Tobago

The Ministry of Works and Transport’s director of legal services Marvin Gonzales yesterday disclosed that some landowners in the path of the $221.7 million Curepe Interchange are hell-bent on becoming millionaires at the expense of taxpayers.
T&T Guardian, 41 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Unilever ends week higher at $26

Unilever ends week higher at $26

Trinidad and Tobago

Overall market activity resulted from trading in 15 securities of which five advanced, two declined and eight traded firm.
T&T Guardian, 42 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Cops accused of compiling info on absent teachers

Cops accused of compiling info on absent teachers

Trinidad and Tobago

T&T Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA) president Lynsley Doodhai yesterday accused the police of using intimidatory tactics on principals of several schools to collect data on teachers’ attendance.
T&T Guardian, 44 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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