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Posted: Sunday, February 9, 2014

Cops make arrest after complaints at Tobago primary school

183 teens give birth at Mt Hope for 2013

PETROTRIN yesterday fired six of 12 employees who were suspended last month as a result of a series of oil spills in the Gulf of Paria.

Six Petrotrin employees fired for oil spill negligence
CARELESSNESS and negligence on the part of some Petrotrin employees are the reasons why the company lost more than 7,000 barrels of oil last year.

Plot to replace trustees
Trouble for board of Caribbean Court of Justice Trust Fund

Penny bids to lead PNM
For the first time in its 58-year history, a woman is set to contest the leadership of the People's National Movement (PNM).

...humble beginnings
Born in rural Borde Narve Village, south Trinidad, Beckles-Robinson is no stranger to the plight of the poor.

PNM leadership race heats up
...Rowley labelled 'the next Mugabe'

Ex-teacher: Pupils not paying attention to school work
...main reason why problems exist

'No US dollar shortage in T&T'
The Central Bank has said the country has foreign exchange reserves totalling US$10 billion, up to a year's worth of import cover, should the need for emergency cash be necessary.

Ramesh calls for probe into Govt contracts
FORMER Attorney General Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj yesterday called on the Integrity Commission to investigate the giving out of contracts by Government ministers

CV not tampered with, says IT expert
Suspended National Quarries CEO claims submitted documents different to company's

Fernandez yet to receive National Quarries cheque
National Quarries (NQ) chair-man Keshwar Maharaj says suspended CEO Sandra Fer­nandez is yet to receive her cheque from NQ.

Residents given all-clear after oil spill
...fishermen still waiting

Over 4,000 ex-Caroni worker still to get land leases

CLICO Policyholders Group 'disappointed' with share sale
CLICO obligated to sell its majority 56 per cent shareholding in Methanol Holdings Ltd (MHTL) to minority shareholder Consolidated Energy Ltd as per a decision of the International Court of Arbitration late last year.

Clico makes $3.8B profits
Stunning 2012 for insurance giant

Revising a tradition

Fake ad lands Venezuelan woman deportation order
A VENEZUELAN who responded to an advertisement in her home country, which stated that she will be allowed to enter Trinidad without relevant travelling documents, is to be deported.

Ramesh: Bail bill useless if criminals not locked up
Limit Govt's powers by constitutional reform, urges ex-PM Panday

Businessman gunned down
THE chief executive of a small company which recovers vehicles using Global Positioning System (GPS) technology was shot on Friday night and later died at the Port of Spain General Hospital.

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