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‘Double-Dipping’ for Salary Relief Grants

    TRINIDAD and Tobago citizens seeking Covid-19 relief are “double-dipping” – trying to get two similar grants from the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services and the National Insurance Board (NIB). Minster of Social Development and Family Services Camille Robinson-Regis highlighted the issue at the virtual media conference of the Ministry of Health […]Read More

$934M Spent in Covid-19 Relief So Far in TT

    MINISTER of Finance Colm Imbert says that the Government of Trinidad and Tobago has thus far spent $934 million in the fight against Covid-19. He said it is expected that $6 billion will be the total given the projections by the Finance Ministry. Imbert revealed the figures at the virtual media conference of […]Read More

Develop a Plan Beyond Food Hampers

AS I previously stated I do not believe God is Trini, I just think he feels sorry for us. Time and time again we find ourselves in sticky situations without any contingency plans to ensure the wellbeing of our citizens. If it is one thing the Covid-19 pandemic has shown us is how completely unprepared […]Read More

38,000 Applications for Salary Relief Grant

  THERE were just over 38,000 applications submitted for the salary relief grant. This was revealed by Finance Minister Colm Imbert at the post-Cabinet news conference on Thursday. He said 4,161 of those applications were dropped off at TTPost boxes across the country. Imbert said these boxes were for people who were applying and who […]Read More

List of TTPost Outlets to Drop of Salary Relief Forms

  COMPLETED Salary Relief Grant forms can be dropped off in at least 15 Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost) locations. Application forms can be obtained on the National Insurance Board website, www.nibtt.net. It must then be printed, scanned and emailed when completed with the supporting documents to srg@gov.tt. Those who are not IT savvy […]Read More

Salary Relief Grant Rolls Out

  Finance Minister Colm Imbert said Trinidad and Tobago citizens will able to access the Salary Relief Grant online. This is one measure the Government has implemented to deal with the Covid-19 threat to the country. Imbert said two groups of people will be eligible for this grant in the first phase– people terminated involuntarily […]Read More

$1,500 Salary Relief Grant For Those Displaced by Covid-19 Measures

  A salary relief grant will be instituted for individuals who have been temporarily displaced by the Covid-1 pandemic. The grant will be $1,500 per month for three months in the first instance. This was revealed by Minister of Finance Colm Imbert at a news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s on Monday. […]Read More