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Collaborating to enhance national data

A participant makes a point during the CSO's National Statistical System sensitisation session on May 3rd, 2018. "The Central Statistical Office (CSO) can only produce data which is made available to...

Three animation firms score in Global Services Awards

Above: Left to Right: Jessica Yawching (Animae caribe), Andy Berahazar (Coded Arts) Nicholas Maxwell (Trinidad and Tobago Animation Network) and (foreground) Karisa Phillip (Lagoon Animation). Photo...

Counterfeit pharmaceuticals a challenge in Trinidad and Tobago

Panel Discussion: from left; Dr Rajiv Dahiya, Director, School of Pharmacy, UWI St. Augustine; Dr Sameer Dhingra, Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, St. Augustine; Mr...

TCPD Enforcement

With reference to a CNC 3 news report on Thursday April 13, 2018 titled ‘Hindu devotees claim religious and political victimisation’, the Minister of Planning and Development is clarifying the matter...

Scarlet Ibis declared Environmentally Sensitive Species

Photo credit CNC3. Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis has announced that the government has officially started the process to designate the Scarlet Ibis as an Environmentally...

Trinidad and Tobago's aquaculture sector struggling to buck regional trend

Trinidad and Tobago, recognized as the Caribbean region's economic powerhouse, has been experiencing the same downward trend in its aquaculture sector seen in its less affluent neighbors.  Whereas...

Businesses get $3.2M for innovation- Trinidad Guardian

Geisha Kowlessar Trinidad Guardian Published:  Sunday, April 15, 2018 Planning Minister Camille Robinson-Regis, right, presents the receipt of letters award to Jessica Yawching...

Old CSO Building demolition underway, today Friday 30th March

Friday March 30, 2018 The Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Planning and Development is announcing that demolition of the old Central Statistical Building, located on #80 Independence...

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