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Thursday, October 19 2017 @ 09:25 PM AST

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Core Entertainment UK repays US$360m at 9% early

BRITISH ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY THAT RAISED US$360M IN CAYMAN ISLANDS AT 9% REPAYS LOAN EARLY

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More Trinidad & Tobago schools expected to stink going forward

The following is the response of Education Minister Anthony Garcia when asked a question in the Senate last week:

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Trinidad oil & gas company apologises for physical attack on media, invites media to tour

No assurances of non-violence during the tour given, however.

The following is the verbatim statement from the company.
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Trinidad & Tobago's public sector investment programme (PSIP) performance average



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Hunting permits go on sale from Thursday in Trinidad & Tobago


Photo by Mark Bridge, flickr

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IMF's definition of corruption qualifies many Trinidad & Tobago ministers, ex-ministers

"Abuse of public office for private gain" - - does diverting a river qualify?

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CSO defends unemployment calculations

In the face of a public outcry against the government of Trinidad and Tobago's most recent unemployment statistics, the acting Director of Statistics today, Sunday, put out the following statement:

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Barbados under Flood Warning for Tropical Storm Maria



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People of the Netherlands give 13.3 million to Sint Maarten



SOURCE: Government of Sint Maarten

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Sint Maarten, Saint Martin still under overnight curfew but recovering


SOURCE: Govt of Sint Maarten