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* Parliament committee also meets on report on May 8

Two of the persons killed in a shootout with Central Division Police at Santa Cruz late Thursday afternoon are now being linked to the murder of Chinese businessman, Hi Hong Huang, the owner of Happiness Supermarket, off the Southern Main Road in Curepe in Curepe.

Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said successful People’s National Movement (PNM) candidates, serving as full-time Members of Parliament, will not be allowed to “moonlight” in other jobs under his watch because they will have proper compensation.

Exactly two weeks after the announcement of Shell’s US $70 billion cash and stock bid for the BG Group, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar will meet with Shell Group CEO, Ben van Beurden, at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s.

Acting Commissioner of Police designate Stephen Williams yesterday said he will be able to respond to questions on the findings of the investigating officer after he returns to the country. He declined to respond to any questions on the matter – including relating to the scope of his previous disclosures of the report’s contents – saying it would b(...)

THE LOWER House last Friday night approved an increase in the pensions of police officers to $3,500 per month, up from a current sum of $3,000.

ENERGY Minister Kevin Ramnarine on Friday announced that State oil company Petrotrin’s new chief financial officer (CFO), Ronald Huff is being paid a basic salary of $147,500.

FORMER Senator and Director of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, Dr Patrick Watson, yesterday expressed concerns that Trinidad and Tobago was not regularly putting money into the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund, noting that when oil prices were under threat, the country was in “serious trouble”.



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