SHOCKED and flabbergasted.
That is how North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) chief executive officer Davlin Thomas felt whilst reading the Sunday Express lead story yesterday in which outpatients related their agony of having to wait long periods for health care at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope.
Most outpatients interviewed by the Express over the last few weeks expressed continued frustration over postponements of appointments.
BRADFORD Trading Ltd would be closing its doors at MovieTowne, Invaders Bay, Port of Spain, after 17 years of operation, due to the economic e…
TWO economists are predicting a challenging 2021 for Trinidad and Tobago, as the Covid-19 pandemic is still having a major impact on economic growth globally.
Speaking to Express Business on the economic outlook, Dr Indera Sagewan said she does not anticipate positive growth for this year, even though a vaccine is on the horizon.
WITH four cargo shipping lines announcing that come January 17, 2021, all freight charges for goods imported into Trinidad must be paid in US dollars, the business community is bracing for the negative impact that decision will have on imports and exports and are even calling for local importers to temporarily boycott these shipping lines.