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Posted: Saturday, December 17, 2016

This was the dire threat from the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) to government, if monies owed to "every single" worker on the incomplete Pt Fortin to San Fernando Highway are not paid.

Roget, OWTU team elected unopposed

Good reason to be alarmed
BATT worried about FATCA hiccup

Driving old car 'Betsy'
FACED with sophisticated criminals who have at their disposal machineguns and fast cars, the Couva police continue to be hamstrung by a lack of resources and are forced use a rickety, ten-yearold Nissan Almera police car officers have fondly named 'Betsy'

Economists: Crime hurting TT economy
TWO economists have warned that the local economy can be further hit by crime and the fear of crime.

Tourism in dire straits

Mc Nicolls should have stepped down
...especially since the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) had filed disciplinary charges against him.

Analysts urge power-sharing to resolve Grande tie

Country plagued with violence against women
Army chief at parade

No case of human trafficking in TT
OF ALL cases of missing persons investigated by the Counter Human Trafficking Unit, over the last three years, none turned out to involve human trafficking

Venezuelan amusement park gets green light

Coconut industry revitalisation underway

Brown conch filthy, smelly, a health risk
Buyer warns public:

Legendary wire-bender 'Seņor' laid to rest
Narcenio Gomez better known as "Seņor" Gomez, was laid to rest at the Lapeyrouse Cemetery

US Govt blanked by TT courts
THE UNITED States Government will not be allowed to make an appearance or enter submissions in the judicial review claim brought by former FIFA vice president Jack Warner, who is challenging his extradition to that country.

Cunupia batching plant dismantled
This is in keeping with a court order according to the Concerned Residents of Cunupia (CROC) who had objected to the construction of the plant from its inception due to health and environmental concerns.

Street dwellers a major concern
NEWLY reappointed chairman of the San Juan/ Laventille Regional Corporation Anthony Roberts said that they are concerned about the many street dwellers in their area and the matter will be pursued with the Social Development Ministry.

Two men go missing
TWO men are missing and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in finding them.

Missing mother of five found
MISSING mother of five, Sita Doorgadeen, has been found. Doorgadeen, who was reported missing by her husband last month, contacted Rio Claro Police Station informing them that she was safe.

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