Press Release: Passing of former Prime Minister Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago today (2nd July, 2016) received the heart-breaking news of the passing of former Prime Minister Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning. As a statesman and politician of some 41 years, he executed his responsibilities with genuine care and love for the people of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. His visionary and pioneering work in the oil and gas industry, infrastructural development, civil aviation, political and social reform and education, has catapulted our country closer to ...

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EMA and TRHA Appointments

The following seeks to clarify the timelines for appointment, by His Excellency Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona ORTT, SC, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, of the Boards of Directors for both the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) and the Tobago Regional Health Authority (TRHA).  Contrary to some media reports, President Carmona has neither refused nor delayed the signing of the Instruments of Revocation and Instruments of Appointment for Members of the Board of Directors of the EMA.  His Excellency ...

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His Excellency comforts Robinson family – Trinidad Express Article

By Michelle Loubon – Trinidad Express
Story Created: Apr 29, 2014 at 9:41 PM ECT
Story Updated: Apr 30, 2014 at 10:13 AM ECT
President Anthony Carmona commiserated twice yesterday with grieving children David and Ann Margaret Robinson, as well as Anuskha, granddaughter of the late former president and prime minister Arthur NR Robinson.
Accompanied by his wife Reema and son Christian, Carmona was the first prominent citizen to arrive to pay his respects to the Robinson family…

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Tree Lighing Ceremony for Autism Awareness Month 2014

“In the Caribbean, as in many developing countries, data on the impact of autism is limited. In the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, several hundred persons with autism have been identified by various stakeholders but it is known that there are many others who are still unidentified and remain undiagnosed sometimes due to a culture of shame, indifference and ignorance.”

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