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Planning Minister saddened by slaughter of turtles

The Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Planning and Development, with responsibility for the environment has been deeply saddened and disappointed by the recent slaughter of several protected sea turtles in Tobago and explicitly condemns this act of disregard for nature and the rule of...

EMA CONDEMNS SLAUGHTER OF TURTLES IN TOBAGO

May 12, 2017 The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) expressly condemns the recent slaughter of several protected sea turtles in Tobago. It is regrettable that this environmental crime took place despite the legal protection afforded to these endangered species with the declaration in 2014 of...

Planning Minister to crack down on illegal buildings

Trinidad Newsday COREY CONNELLY Sunday, May 7 2017 Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis yesterday said her ministry is embarking on an enforcement drive to clamp down on the growing number of unplanned developments in Trinidad and Tobago.. Speaking to Sunday Newsday during a...

Cooling off on ACs

Trinidad Newsday JANELLE DE SOUZA Tuesday, April 25 2017 AIR conditioning and refrigeration is not just about cooling your home and office and allowing you to have cold drinks. The industry overlaps with many other sectors including tourism; the storage and transport of fish, meats, fruit and...

National Trust showcases heritage sites at Sangre Grande Exhibition

The National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago presents the exhibition Details: A closer look at the built and natural heritage of Trinidad and Tobago at the Sangre Grande Public Library from May 9th – 29th, 2017. The exhibition was officially launched on the 29th March, 2017 at the NALIS Library, Port...

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