Labor Tensions Rise at NP
Posted: Saturday, August 17, 2013
Labor Tensions Rise at NP
40 suspended at NP but stations still getting fuel
NP suspends 30 workers
Guayamare residents jump into river to save drowning driver in crash
$400 million lost to whe whe, Howai told
The State is losing close to $400 million a year from illegal whe whe gambling.
Yes, local govt poll 'can be postponed'
...according to legal opinion
Manning makes PoS trip to meet Rowley
Rowley: Good advice from senior colleague
Govt not budging on highway stance
Part of new highway to open within a few days
Moodie on Nido reassignment: I will not be silenced
...although his employer, the National Infrastructural Development Company (Nidco), has relieved him of his duties as a liaison for the South Oropouche residents
...Company responds to demolition claim
National Infrastructure Development Company Ltd (Nidco) has dismissed claims that a contractor was dispatched to demolish homes in South Oropouche while families were still occupying the properties.
Couva children's hospital to stay at proposed site
The $1.5 billion Couva children's hospital will be constructed at its present location
PM meets with Samuel
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has met with Congress of the People (COP) Arima MP, Rodger Samuel, about his political future
'Changing of guards'
Carmona pays tribute to Fyzabad matriarch...
President showers praise on Jehue
Jehue's win motivates T&T team
Activist wants memorials for TT's first PM
Chairman of the Eric Williams Memorial Committee, Reginald Vidale:
Moonilal on security operation at Duncan Street: Fully-functional post by September
DCP Richardson: I don't know about Duncan Street police post
One day after Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar announced the establishment of a police post at Duncan Street in Port-of-Spain to combat a resurgence of gang violence...
Mixed views on police/army post
DOMA: Death penalty useless without detection
THE Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) yesterday issued a statement in response to the explosion of violence in Port of Spain
Al-Rawi responds to PM: Death penalty already law in T&T
Chamber wants all-out war on crime
Despite numerous crime-fighting measures introduced over successive budgets, the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce has said it is "troubled" that the fruits of these various crime plans remain to be seen.
'Government can't do it alone'
PM seeks citizens' help in crime fight...
Sunshine's mom takes over probe into teen's killing
...'I cannot wait on the police'
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