Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad Minister Removed from Office

 Following increasing pressure over an allegedly improperly awarded government contract, the appointment of Trinidad Sen. Mary King, the Minister of Planning, Restructuring and Gender Affairs will be revoked today. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar met with the nation’s president today to …

Trinidad Minister in Row over Award of Government Contract

 Sen. Mary King Following allegations published over the weekend that Trinidad and Tobago Sen. Mary King participated in the award of a $100,000 contract to a company in which her family had an interest, pressure has mounted on King from …

Trinidad’s Energy Minister Meets with Ghanaian Officials on Natural Gas

 Ghana’s Energy Minister Dr. Joe Oteng-Adjei and Trinidad’s Minister of Energy Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan By the Caribbean Journal staff Following an agreement that would see Trinidad supply energy for power plants in Ghana, Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Energy and Energy …

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 Parliament, Port-of-Spain Trinidad’s government approved amendments to its Financial Intelligence Bill yesterday in a unanimous vote in the House of Representatives. The vote followed what had been a heated debate. Trinidad had faced being blacklisted because of non-implementation of the …

 Trinidad and Tobago’s state-run National Gas Company has been tapped by the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation to supply energy for power plants in Ghana. “NGC is breaking new ground as it is the first state company to be extending its …

 By Alexander Britell As attention in the United States focuses on a sometimes-ugly battle by public servants and the government over benefits, public-employee protesters are turning Port-of-Spain into a more civilized version of Madison, Wisconsin. Nearly 150 protestors demonstrated outside …