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SINCE July 2012, Oldendorff Carriers Trinidad and Tobago Ltd. (OCTT), an affiliate of Oldendorff Carriers, has operated two floating cranes in the Gulf of Paria, to facilitate the transshipment of iron ore from Brasil to China and the Arabian Gulf.

AS the National Umbrella Body for credit unions in the country, the Cooperative Credit Union League of Trinidad and Tobago, CULTT, continues it thrust to ensure that credit unions remain abreast of all requirements as is required under, inter alia, the Proceed of Crime Act, the Anti-Terrorism Act and the Financial Obligation Regulations.

RECENTLY the country was made aware of the global recognition of a local software development company, which had produced work that was deemed good enough to be honoured with a global award from IT giant Microsoft.

THE recent experience of persons losing their lives as a result of vehicular accidents, causes us to return to the topic of road safety once more.

AS far back as the early 1950s when I was a teacher, all of us in the same grade — men or women — received equal pay. In the civil service too, it was the same. The situation in the private sector was a bit different.

HAVE the oil spills of last December and July 29 brought about any visible change in the way that State oil company Petrotrin reacts to, or more importantly, ensures that steps are taken to prevent such incidents from happening in the future?

JAMES Wild is the Director and Principal Consultant of Laurasia Associates, - a specialist number portability and regulatory consultancy firm based in the UK but operating and supporting telecoms operators and regulators in Europe, Africa and the Caribbean.

THE Nigerian Government has taken steps to lay the foundations, and the opportunity is now available to foreign investors to play their own part in the building of the nation.

THE continual focus on the things that keep us apart rather than the things that bring us together signals an absence of social harmony in Trinidad and Tobago.

IN my early days of work, I had a colleague who was fond of saying “if it wasn’t for bad luck, I would have no luck at all”. Most of us have experienced times when my colleague’s words appear to have more than just a ring of truth. But does the opposite apply? Are there times or persons for which everything works out as well as we could anticipate (...)

WHAT’s in a name? It is selected to remember an individual or place at a specific time due to the recognition of a significant action or achievement. Documenting this remembrance constitutes history. During the lifetime of the person or place, and action or achievement, it is our memory that keeps these pieces together. When forgotten or changed, h(...)



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