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Port board led astray
Posted: Sunday, April 16, 2017

An estimated 16,000 regional health authority (RHA) workers to be paid

Port board led astray
Galicia initially deemed unsuitable

Galicia causing 'quakes'
Hyatt sends $1.3m damage bill to Govt

'Cabinet okayed Galicia $$ before Port Authority approval'
Nyree Alfonso was paid $840,750 for her legal services relating to the termination of the Warrior Spirit vessel and the retention of the Super-Fast Galicia.

Cadiz takes on Sahadeo on 'Galicia'

Sahadeo: Port needs to contain cost
Measures must be taken to bring down the cost of operating the port of Port-of-Spain, former chairman of the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) Christine Sahadeo said on Friday.

AG: Galicia contract 'no value for money'

Sailing still not smooth on sea-bridge
Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan yesterday encouraged ticket holders of the inter-island ferry to remain calm.

Duprey sells his shares but holds on to MotorOne
Government's bailout of CL com­panies and CLICO has cost taxpayers about $25 billion.

UNC calls on Cuffie to resign over 'mockery'
In his greetings, Cuffie likened the "empty treasury" to the empty tomb symbolising the resurrection of Jesus Christ, saying the public should not panic but feel hope.

Show compassion to each other, urges Carmona

PM: Persevere through trials
AMID economic woes, crime and other social issues, the celebration of Easter is a reminder of perseverance through times of trouble.

Recession sends people to church
Anglican Bishop Reverend Claude Berkley yesterday supported the view that the downturn in the economy has triggered a surge in participation at church services.

Sinanan: Repairs to sinkholes
done overnight

Bush fire sinks South Trunk Road
A BUSH fire along the South Trunk Road, La Romaine, burnt exposed plastic culverts left exposed since the halt of construction of the highway to Point Fortin, 18 months ago.

Send bush alert ASAP
Divisional Fire Officer Kenneth Stephen is warning members of the public not to wait until a bush fire is near their home before reporting it to the Fire Service.

'We have lost a daughter of the soil'
ATTORNEY and politician Carol Cuffy-Dowlat, a long-standing member of the Congress of the People (COP) political party, has died.

COP's Cuffy-Dowlat dies at 59
ATTORNEY and politician Carol Cuffy-Dowlat, 59, died on Friday night after a long struggle with diabetes.

Fuad defends HPV vaccine
Former Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan, under whose charge the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine was rolled out in 2013, yesterday challenged the claims of a mother who blamed the vaccine for her daughter's partial paralysis.

$15m for old Concacaf site
Jack puts PoS building on market

Helping hurting youths

Rape survivor speaks at non-violence rally
The initial phase of the Movement for Non-Violence Begins With Me campaign culminates tomorrow, Easter Monday, with a peace rally and concert at the Queen's Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain.

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