State-owned Paria Fuel Trading Company could be on a collision course with the Government and State-enterprise National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited as it is insisting it must get timely payments from the Ministry of Finance for the fuel subsidy and wants NP to pay for its fuel on time.
With 24 more municipal police officers patrolling the streets of San Fernando, president of the San Fernando Business Association Daphne Bartlett says there has been a marked decrease of petty crimes in the leadup to Carnival.
In an interview, Bartlett said since her association met with Police Commissioner Gary Griffith two months ago, several crime prevention strategies were rolled out which has greatly reduced crime in the south city.
An explosive internal report at the Telecommunications Services of T&T (TSTT) has detailed and raised questions about an over $500 million deal gone sour.
News of this deal comes against the backdrop of the dismissal of more than 500 workers over the past month, with high operational overheads being given as the reason behind the move.
Guardian Media has found that the mismanagement of a US$84.1 million deal with CT Miami was raised because it allegedly breached several of the company’s corporate policies.