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A Major New Port in Haiti:  A major new port is now operational in Haiti.
Port Lafito, the brainchild of the GB Group, is the country’s first Panamax Port. It was inaugurated in a ceremony last Thursday. It is located about five minutes from Port-au-Prince International Airport.  Read More

This Top Cruise Line is Adding a Homeport in Havana:  A major cruise line is adding a new homeport in Havana. MSC Cruises, the world’s largest privately-owned global cruise line, will begin homeporting its MSC Opera in Havana in December. The 2,120-guest-ship will homeport for the winter 2015-16 seaon to offer 16 Caribbean cruises  Read More

In CARICOM a  Push for Creativity: Private sector investment and entrepreneurship are key elements for sustainable growth and fighting unemployment in the Caribbean, CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, said this week at the opening of the 36th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government. Read More

The Dailies

The Express

 HELP FOR BABIES OF RAPE  

Trinis climb world's highest mountains to raise funds Two brave Trinidadians have embarked on a mission to climb the world's highest peaks in a bid to build a home for pregnant teens and children in this country. The T&T mountain climbers are 29-year-old Safiyyah Ali and 30-year-old Henry Mungalsingh.

The Newsday:


RAIN WREAKS HAVOC

 HEAVY rainfall and strong winds resulted in major flooding in various parts of Central, South and East Trinidad, with the roofs of several houses partially blown off in several  Read more 


The Trinidad Guardian


Prisons officers uneasy over relocation of inmates

Just over 100 prisoners were relocated from the Golden Grove Remand Yard and at the Maximum Security Prison (MSP) in Arouca in an exercise that started at about 9 am on Saturday and lasted for about six hours, ending at 3 pm. It is believed that more prisoners are expected to be moved today. Read More
TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: Ramesh, Abdulah launch Citizens Intervention / News day / Addressing a joint news conference at Royal Hotel, Royal Road, San Fernando yesterday, Abdulah said the meetings would be held under the banner, "Citizens Intervention", with the first meeting scheduled to take place on Thursday July 9 at the Plaisance Park Community Centre, Pointe-a-Pierre from 6pm. Read More


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