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Thursday, October 19 2017 @ 09:26 PM AST

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Hurricane Maria floods the Dominican Republic



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If a picture says 1,000 then a chart says 2,000 words

What do the charts from the latest (out this week) CariCRIS report on Trinidad & Tobago tell us?

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Kingsman - The Golden Circle on top in Trinidad & Tobago cinemas

Oh yes it is.
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Latest on Hurricane Maria: The Bahamas braces for Category 4 full impact















* DOMINICA RAVAGED: AT LEAST 15 CONFIRMED DEAD

* PUERTO RICO BEATEN TO A PULP, SO FAR ONLY INFRASTRUCTURE DAMAGE REPORTED

* HEADED FOR TURKS & CAICOS, THEN THE SOUTHERN BAHAMAS

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Govt reviews extractive industries' self-reporting

The government of Trinidad & Tobago is reviewing the extractive industries' self-reporting of production and output volumes, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said at a post-Cabinet media briefing Thursday. The announcement comes in the wake of confirmation from state-owned Petrotrin that it is investigating an alleged case of defrauding of Petrotrin by overstating volumes sold to Petrotrin by a company owned by a friend of the prime minister.

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When is Divali in Trinidad & Tobago?

Official holiday declared October 18

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POSTPONED: Trinidad & Tobago to shut down desalination plant next week

From September 26 to October 3, 2017, WASA said in a release today.

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U.S. tourists, cruise ships to Aruba climbed

The Central Bank of Aruba announced it will maintain its policy overnight lending rate at 1%

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Is it just me? Nobody else sees a skull breathing fire in this image?



Barbados schools closed as Caribbean islands brace for another category 5 hurricane Maria

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Isle of Man company buys another bank in Cayman

SMP Partners and Cayman National Corporation Ltd. (CSX: CNC) KY (“CNC”), last week announced that SMP has entered into a purchase and sale agreement to acquire the book of business and certain staff of Cayman National Trust Co. Ltd., in the Cayman Islands.