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I'm puzzled... it cannot be a good feeling says officer
Posted: Tuesday, January 10, 2017

A 23-YEAR-OLD mother is suing the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) after hospital staff left a gauze, the size of an egg, in her when she gave birth to her son in December, 2015.

I'm puzzled... it cannot be a good feeling says officer
Senior cops asked to retire early over poor performance

PM to address nation tonight on economy, way forward

Not all workers pleased with agreement
While the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) claimed victory in persuading Petrotrin to increase its 0-0-0 wage offer to settle at five per cent for the collective bargaining period of 2011-2014...

Chamber: Who will pay additional wage increase

Panmen in emergency meeting
THE nation's panmen and women were last night locked in an emergency meeting with executives of PanTrinbago to discuss among other things, monies owed for the 2016 Panorama competition

Minister inciting riot in organisation—Forteau
Pan Trinbago claims political interference in body...

We're ready for Industrial Court!
IOCL strikers stand strong...

Union, Angostura workers send warning: Balgobin must go

Dookeran receives award from Indian government
FORMER Foreign Affairs Minister, Winston Dookeran, received the prestigious Pravasi Bhartiya Samman Award from the Indian government on the Pravasi Bhartiya Divas celebration on January 9.

Youngest-ever Independent senator to sit in today's debate
Youth advocate Nikoli Edwards will today be appointed as a temporary Independent senator, standing in for Jennifer Raffoul, who is currently out of the country.

Three injured in explosion
An explosion rocked the soft drink company S M Jaleel in Otaheite yesterday leaving three people injured.

Roof-man electrocuted while toting steel beam
A man, who was electrocuted while working on a roof at an apartment complex in La Romaine, died at the San Fernando General Hospital yesterday

2 stabbed to death in separate incidents
TWO murders, one in Morvant and the other in St Augustine, occurred yesterday afternoon taking the murder toll for the year to date to 11.

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