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4 hrs ago | The Gleaner
THE WORLD Finance and Banking Symposium 2014 concluded yesterday at the Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing, China.
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6 hrs ago | Caribbean News Now!
By Shalisha Samuel Demerara sugar of Guyana and the steelpan of Trinidad and Tobago are great Caribbean examples of the importance of prompt intellectual property protection.
More than two weeks have passed since the appointment of the Child Protection Task Force with the responsibility to recommend urgent action swiftly.
That is the claim by President of the T&T Local Content Chamber TTLCC Lennox Sirjuesingh who complained about an influx of foreign contractors and workers for major infrastructural projects across the country.
Works and Infrastructure Minister Suruj Rambachan said he sent a team to clear debris along the Paria Main Road, Matelot, immediately after being informed of the problem.
Securing the country's borders from the entry of illegal guns is critical since more than 70 per cent of murders are committed using illegal firearms, said acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams.
Jeers from an angry crowd greeted security guard Dwayne Lewis as he arrived at the Arima Magistrates' Court yesterday to face a magistrate almost a week since he had been charged, while at hospital, with the murder of six-year-old Keyana Cumberbatch.
Instead of depending on an international index to determine the economic climate in Trinidad and Tobago, the business community will be able to soon resort to the Central Bank's Business Confidence Index.
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar says her Government remains committed in the fight against crime, and admitted there was "much more" the Government can do to prevent it.
SEA bathers and those involved in any other sea-related activities are asked to exercise extra caution in the coming days as there are currently rough conditions in the waters surrounding Trinidad and Tobago.
With 2014 fast approaching and the murder toll for this year so far standing at 382 as compared to 374 for the same period last year, it may surprise many to know that February was the bloodiest month for the year thus far.
Sir Shridath Ramphal's absence from last Tuesday's unique official memorial service in South Africa for the legendary Nelson Mandela was quite strange.
The Anglican Church in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago will hold a memorial service for Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, late former president of South Africa, tomorrow.
High Court Judge, Mr Frank Seepersad, recently told Rotarians in Penal that corruption is becoming more pervasive and embedded in our social and institutional fabric.
Staff at the Treasury Division of the Finance Ministry are committed to 'accelerating reform' to bring the largely manual operations into the 21st Century, says Comptroller of Accounts, Roselyn Ramdin-Doobraj.