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As state oil company Petrotrin awaits the findings of Canadian company Kroll into the “fake oil” scandal relating to overpayment to a contractor for oil from the Catshill Field, the Auditor...
The statistics revealed before the Joint Select Committee on mental health services and facilities provided for children in Parliament on Wednesday, were deeply troubling, but not surprising.
It’s being dubbed the ‘Clash of First Citizens Cup titans’, the question is, can reigning champions Defence Force defend the title for the first time for a fourth First Citizens Cup?
Keshav Singh has ten songs to finish in two weeks. Carnival is coming.
A San Juan father of one was ambushed at his home at Hill View Avenue, Petit Curacaye yesterday morning and killed after struggling with his attacker who robbed him of his gold chain.
For the next month Alta will be using this column to share the annual report which was presented to the membership at the annual general meeting earlier this month.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says she feels “heartened” by the findings of the Kroll Consulting investigation which confirmed yesterday that Petrotrin paid for oil it did not receive...
High Court Judge Ricky Rahim yesterday found that the Public Service Commission (PSC) acted illegally and irrationally when they decided to suspend president of the Prisons Officers Association...
Government is looking on - like citizens - at a situation that “seems to be unfolding” following recent allegations about Chief Justice Ivor Archie and the security arrangements for judges.
West Indies cricketing legend Courtney Walsh is among the owners of 519, a social hub based in C3 Centre in South Trinidad. The restaurant’s name is drawn from Walsh’s test wicket total.
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