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Posted: Friday, January 6, 2017

PANMEN who went to the bank yesterday attempting to cash cheques individually valued at $1,000, left empty-handed and singing a sour tune, after the cheques

Minister summons Petrotrin's boss
The President of the Petroleum Company of T&T (Petrotrin) Fitzroy Harewood failed to attend yesterday's crucial meeting with officials of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) and the Minister of Labour, Jennifer Baptiste-Primus forcing the meeting to be adjourned

Labour Minister calls in Petrotrin president

Privatise Petrotrin says Chaguanas Chamber head
"Petrotrin has been a failing sector for years in this country and we have been bailing it out with millions of dollars and maybe it's time to look at the privatisation of Petrotrin which may lead to a turnaround of the company and by extension, the country,"

Gas stations and motorists worried, but no fuel shortage

IMF to examine financial systems

TTUTA rejecting any 0-0-0 talk

Govt: All Opposition concerns addressed
This statement came from the Finance Ministry 24 hours before the House of Representatives sits at 1.30 pm today

Kamla: No hope for TT with Rowley

New management for NAPA
Issues discussed at two-day retreat

Chutney King's legacy lives on
Politicians, fans, artistes pay tribute to Anand Yankarran

Rondon reads the riot act
CHAIRMAN of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation, Martin Terry Rondon...underhand practices will not be tolerated under his watch.

Sangre Grande Council gets down to work
A specially-convened statutory meeting of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation (SGRC) took place yesterday without a hitch, three weeks after United National Congress (UNC) councillors stormed out of the Council's swearing-in ceremony

Frankie determined to get better
ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan is confident that his surgery on Sunday will be successful and he will be able to return to work soon.

Hayden Romano appointed MD of the EMA
THE Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has a new Managing Director (MD), Hayden Romano.

Ex-journalist interviewed by police
...allegations levelled against former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan.

Anti-crime rally today at noon
'The best chance we have of protecting ourselves'

Imam held with loaded pistol
AN IMAM from a mosque in Central Trinidad was arrested on Wednesday afternoon along with a 25-year old man after the Imam was found with an unlicensed semi-automatic pistol and ten rounds of ammunition.

Immigration officer arrested
A 35-YEAR-OLD Immigration officer, suspected of granting unlawful extensions to Venezuelan nationals, is now in police custody.

Giving alcohol to children not an offence
The victims, aged 14 and nine at the time, were allegedly found in a van in Barrackpore.

Burnt body identified by space between teeth
After Delinjah John, 33, failed to show up for work for two days at Adam's Construction in Frederick Settlement, Caroni

Woman shot by police
Reports said that the woman attempted to reach for the police officer's holster and the officer grabbed his pistol.

Pensioner sets house on fire, trying to exterminate bees
...escapes with his life

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