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Posted: Friday, July 4, 2014

WORKERS at the Immigration Department have been ordered back on the job after the Minister of Labour successfully obtained an injunction from the Industrial Court


Disappointed customers endure long lines, heat
Scores of people lined the pavement outside the Immigration office on Frederick Street, Port of Spain, yesterday, with the hope that their passports would be ready

Chaos and confusion in Sando too

Protests illegal says Mc Leod
Labour Minister Errol Mc Leod says the protest action by workers of the Immigration Division of the Ministry of National Security and the sickout by Caribbean Airlines pilots was illegal.

TTEC foreman flown out to Florida for burns treatment
McKree suffered first degree and second degree burns over 60 percent of his body about a fortnight ago, an explosion occurred as he was operating a switch on a high voltage installation at the Immigration Building on Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain.

Repsol discovers 40 million barrels of oil
... in the waters off Trinidad's south-east coast

$14m paid to LifeSport
...despite move by Griffith to halt payments

Bomb scare at Sport Ministry
The police were called out yesterday to the Ministry of Sport following a bomb scare which sent employees scampering to safety.

Soldiers on patrol threaten media

Message to PM from Bakr's son: Fix your act
A stern message to "get her government right" was sent to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar by Fuad Abu Bakr, son of the leader of the Jamaat Al Muslimeen Imam Yasin Abu Bakr.

'I made no threat'

Cuba wants more trade with T&T

$20m to remove shipwrecks in Gulf

CLICO workers protest today
... against what they claim is the bank's inability to commit to a satisfactory separation package settlement.

Shivanna wants to be a lawyer—even PM

Row over CAC marking system brings SEA of turmoil
... there were some discrepancies with the scoring system used by teachers to assess students in the Continuous Assessment Component (CAC)

Longdenville SEA results under review

Water ration for Tobago too
THE Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (WASA) has advised that Tobago will be subjected to water rationing while the Desalination Plant continues expansion works at the Pt Lisas Plant.

Water schedule still in effect
THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising customers that the water supply schedule, in effect since June 8, remains

Rowley promises to lift Chaguanas to city status

Police station diary gone missing
THE police station diary in which entries were made regarding the seizure of a black handgun allegedly used to murder Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman ...

Family of seven rescued as boat sinks off Chaguaramas

AN off-duty coast guardsman risked his life to save a family of seven on Tuesday afternoon when their boat got into difficulty and began sinking in the waters off Chaguaramas.

Tabaquite woman charged with murder
POLICE yesterday got instructions to lay a murder charge against a Tabaquite woman who allegedly confessed to killing a man with a "Rambo" knife on Sunday.

Stabbing victim to seek counselling
Thomas survived an attack on June 22 while at the Cocorite Fishing Depot. He was stabbed 13 times during a birthday lime...

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