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Pilots' sickout affects all Caribbean Airlines flights
Posted: Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Pilots' sickout affects all Caribbean Airlines flights
Passengers advised to consult company website for flight updates


46 pilots call in sick

Howai takes command
Finance Minister Larry Howai yesterday stepped in as line minister for Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) and the Chief Personnel Officer to avert a complete shutdown of local and international flights

Moonilal hopes offices will be reopened soon
Immigration shutdown...

Chamber: Sick-out detrimental to brand T&T

Griffith slams PSA industrial action
"The shutdown action now in place at immigration offices has threatened thousands with loss of jobs, scholarships and school places and inconvenienced thousands of citizens..."

$6.75m LifeSport contract to wife of PS
THE BENEFICIARY of the multi-million-dollar catering contract at the LifeSport programme is the wife of the Ministry of Sport's permanent secretary, Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi said yesterday.

Howai: Tight leash for Life Sport $$
...and firings coming'

'Jwala running Central Bank like a parlour'
People's National Movement (PNM) Senator Lester Henry:

Prakash acts for PM
TWO days after being re-elected as Congress of the People (COP) political leader, Member of Parliament for St Augustine, Prakash Ramadhar, will act as Prime Minister.

Marked improvement in SEA results
Students who wrote the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) this year have shown a "tremendous marked improvement" in their results.

75% drop in foreign visits to Tobago
Domestic travel up but...

THA woman hits UK flight tax
TOBAGO House of Assembly (THA) Secretary of Tourism and Transportation Tracy Davidson-Celestine says the Caribbean is facing "discriminatory treatment" with theBritish Air Passenger Duty

More water woes looming
Expect further water shortages as a result of problems at the Desalination Company of Trinidad and Tobago (Desalcott)

Court rules in favour of CDA
Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh rejected an application by a member of the Guave Road Farmers Association, Philogene St Martin, for an application to prevent the CDA from continuing with development works at Guave Road.

Griffith: Deadly force for criminals
NATIONAL Security Minister Gary Griffith yesterday declared the time to talk, to engage criminals in dialogue was over ...

East Port-of-Spain residents: Masked soldiers assaulting us

Maracas man killed in fiery car crash
Arrive Alive calls on Government to pass Speed Management Bill

'Rambo' knife used in Mayaro killing
A TABAQUITE woman, who allegedly confessed to the killing of her male companion with a "Rambo" knife, has given a written statement to police.

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