AT EXACTLY 2.08 pm, Justice Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona was yesterday declared this country’s next President at the eighth meeting of the Electoral College, a meeting which saw many firsts.Read More »
The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is confident of President-elect Anthony Carmona’s ability to uphold this democratic tradition, and seek the interests of all citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.Read More »
GRIEVING relatives of 21-year-old murder victim Shinelle Nelson are appealing to police to find parts of her body which were missing, so that she can have a proper burial which would bring a measure of closure for relatives on this tragedy.Read More »
INDEPENDENT Senators who attended the meeting of the Electoral College had mixed views over whether they should hand in formal resignations in order to allow the incoming President Anthony Carmona a free hand in determining who sits on the Independent ...Read More »
PRESIDENT-ELECT Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona, 59, yesterday cleared out his desk and said his goodbyes to staff at the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain. Carmona, who sat as a Puisne judge of the Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago for nine years, was the sole nominee to be this country’s fifth President.Read More »
TWO Trinidad and Tobago nationals are among four persons selected for the 2013 Anthony N Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence.Read More »
Guyana Government Announces New Oil Licenses For CGX
15 de febrero de 2013, 17:18Georgetown, 15 Feb (Prensa Latina)The Government of Guyana has issued two new petroleum prospecting licenses, one to CGX Resources Inc. and one to ON Energy Inc. ("ON Energy"), a 62 per cent owned subsidiary of CGX, ...
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Guyana's opposition-controlled Parliament seeks financial control of agencies
GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Legislators in Guyana have voted to allow Parliament to control the finances of several state agencies in a move to dilute the president's control over them. The agencies include the prosecutor's office and elections commission and ...
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GAIL, EDF bid for Trinidad and Tobago assets of Repsol
GAIL (India) and U.S. arm of France's EDF group have placed a joint bid to acquire some of Spanish energy company Repsol SA's LNG assets in Trinidad and Tobago. “We have placed a non-binding bid,” GAIL Chairman and Managing Director B. C. Tripathi ...
GAIL-EDF combine bid for Repsol's Trinidad and Tobago assetsDaily Pioneer
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GAIL-EDF joint bid for Repsol's assetsBusiness Standard
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