Aug 11 2016
Agreement with Japanese
TOPICS: courtesy call,Japan,Massy Group,Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries,National Gas Company,On Monday August 8, 2016, at the Office of the Prime Minister, the Honourable Colm Imbert, Acting Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, accompanied by the Honourable Stuart Young, Acting Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago, and the Honourable Nicole Olivierre, Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, received a Japanese and local delegation for the […]
Aug 09 2016
Prime Minister Rowley extends condolences to the Daaga family
TOPICS: Black Power Movement,development.,equality,Makandal Daaga,national community,I wish to express condolences to the family, friends and colleagues on the passing of Mr Makandal Daaga. Mr Daaga made his mark as a political activist in the 1970s as leader of the Black Power Movement. He was not afraid to challenge the status quo, speak up against injustice and advocate for equality.
Jul 27 2016
PRIME MINISTER ROWLEY EXTENDS CONDOLENCES ON THE PASSING OF MILCINETTE BARTHOLOMEW
TOPICS: Centenarians,history,The Prime Minister, the Honourable Dr. Keith Rowley, attended the funeral of Ms. Milcinette Bartholomew today (Wednesday 27th July, 2016) at the St. Michael And All Angel Anglican Church, Wendy Fitzwilliam Boulevard, Diego Martin. Ms. Bartholomew was a one hundred and six year old constituent of Diego Martin West who was well known to Dr. Rowley and members of […]
Jul 18 2016
PRIME MINISTER ROWLEY HOLDS BILATERAL TALKS WITH THE PRIME MINISTER OF JAMAICA
TOPICS: bilateral,courtesy call,Governor General,Honourable Andrew Holness,Jamaica,Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley continued his four day official visit to Jamaica today with a courtesy call on Jamaica’s Governor General, His Excellency The Most Honourable Sir Patrick Allen, and his wife The Most Honourable Lady Allen at King’s House, Kingston Jamaica today (Monday 18th July, 2016). This was followed by another courtesy call, this time on […]
Jul 17 2016
PRIME MINISTER ROWLEY AND DELEGATION ARRIVE IN JAMAICA
TOPICS: Caribbean,Guard of Honour,Honourable Andrew Holness,Jamaica,Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley touched down at the Norman Manley International Airport, Jamaica earlier today to commence an official four-day visit.
Jul 13 2016
PRIME MINISTER MEETS WITH MEMBERS OF QUANTUM GROUP AND BLACKIVY
TOPICS: Blackivy,Diplomatic Centre,energy,Ghana,Quantum Group,Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley met today, Wednesday 13th July 2016, with members of the Quantum Group and Blackivy at the Diplomatic Centre, La Fantasie St. Ann’s. The Quantum Group Limited, is a company incorporated in Ghana involved mainly in energy and the distribution of petroleum products.
Jul 02 2016
Prime Minister Rowley Expresses Condolences on the Passing of Former Prime Minister Patrick Manning
Today Trinidad and Tobago was plunged into mourning at the passing of our former Prime Minister and former political leader of the People’s National Movement, Mr Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning. Mr. Manning will be remembered as a visionary, a patriot and a Caribbean man who always strived for excellence. He made the development and well-being of Trinidad and […]
Jun 21 2016
Prime Minister clarifies reports of IBD involvement in Tobago Hotel Project
TOPICS: IDB,Sandals Hotel,Tobago,It has been inaccurately reported that the Prime Minister, Dr. the Honourable Keith Rowley, announced at a meeting in St. Joseph last Tuesday (14th June 2016) that the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved funding for the Tobago-Sandals Hotel project.
Jun 14 2016
Prime Minister meets with Representatives of the Labour Movement
TOPICS: Joint Trade Union Movement,jtum,Labour Movement,National Trade Union Centre of Trinidad and Tobago,natuc,The Prime Minister, Dr. the Honourable Keith Rowley, met with representatives of the labour movement today (Tuesday 14th June, 2016) at the Office of the Prime Minister, St. Clair Avenue, Port of Spain.
Jun 12 2016
PRIME MINISTER ROWLEY EXTENDS CONDOLENCES TO THE US GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE
TOPICS: Attacks,Florida,United States of America,On behalf of the Government and People of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, I wish to convey heartfelt condolences to the President of the United States of America and the American People with respect to the unspeakable horrors of this morning’s attack on an Orlando, Florida nightclub, the worst mass shooting in American history.