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T&T | PM Rowley hails Caribbean Credit Union Movement

PORT OF SPAIN, June 17, 2018 - “Our objective in the Caribbean should be to take a page from the Canadian experience, where credit union members enjoy, in many provinces, higher levels of deposit protection than that which is available to commercial bank customers,” says Trinidad and Tobago's prime minister Dr Keith Rowley as he addressed regional credit union members in Trinidad

TRINIDAD | Buggery Law Unconstitutional says High Court

PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 12, 2018 - The Trinidad and Tobago High Court today ruled that certain sections of the Sexual Offences Act are unconstitutional and null and void as the law goes against the basic rights of any citizen to enjoy the freedom of privacy and family life.
  • Published in Justice

TRINIDAD | Former T&T security minister backs probe into Cambridge Analytica

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Former national security minister, Gary Griffith, has backed the decision of the Trinidad and Tobago government to investigate whether or not the British based political consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica (CA), had undertaken a project here involving harvesting the data of this country's population.

TRINIDAD | Sandals deal above board

THERE is no secret deal between the government and Sandals Resorts International (SRI). No concessions have been given to the multinational resort chain, to develop its two brands- Sandals and Beaches hotels in Tobago.
  • Published in Tourism
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