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TRINIDAD | Petrotrin's Oil Refinery to close, 1700 to lose jobs

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Oct, 29, 2018 - Chairman of Trinidad and Tobago's state owned oil company Petrotrin, Wilfred Espinet, yesterday announced the closure of its Pointe-à-Pierre oil refinery, the island's only such facility, describing it a cancer that cost the company billions in loss and debts.

Trinidad and Tobago to discuss Marijuana Legalisation

Trinidad and Tobago's Government has announced plans to create an inter-ministerial committee tasked with organizing town hall meetings throughout the Caribbean country to discuss and debate the decriminalization and legalization of marijuana or cannabis.
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JAMAICA | Woman denied entry to T&T complains of inhumane treatment

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica July 5, 2018- Against the background discussions surrounding the free movement of CARICOM nationals at the  Heads of Government meeting being held in Montego Bay, the Jamaica Observer newspaper is reporting yet another Jamaican complaining of inhumane treatment by immigration authorities after being denied entry to Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday.
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