CDA mired in $117m debt
Posted: Monday, April 17, 2017
CDA mired in $117m debt Audit, cost cutting in progress, says chairman
A daily-paid worker at the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) who was serving time in jail continued to be recorded as present for work and on the payroll.
Warning from IDB expert: Trinidad is shrinking
COPS OWE $.7M
ABOUT 1,000 people are owed money - amounting to over $700,000 - by Western Division police, after they paid officers to carry out extra duties at fetes, shows and other public events
Arrears paid, but Duke plans action
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said 16,000 healthcare workers have been paid the remaining 50 per cent arrears of salary, amounting to about $636,000,000 but...
Alfonso: Deal above-board
FORMER attorney for the Port Authority Nyree Alfonso yesterday washed her hands of the Galicia scandal saying a top port official had publicly backed this vessel as being the best option to replace the Warrior Spirit
Rowley to meet Tobago Chamber on Galicia
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expected to meet with officials of the Tobago Division of the TT Chamber of Industry and Commerce next Monday to discuss plans going forward
Galicia set to sail off
THERE are only four days left until the MV Super Fast Galicia (Galicia) ends its cargo service between Trinidad and Tobago.
Govt, UN team up on Vision 2030
GOVERNMENT and the United Nations will be collaborating on the first ever Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Mainstreaming, Acceleration and Policy Support (MAPS) Mission in TT
MSJ calls for transparency in 'Point' hospital project
Abdulah said: "They claim that work is ongoing because steel was being fabricated off-site and that foundation works were ongoing. The facts are that work on the foundation had come to an end some months ago and there have been few if any workers on site."
New health challenges for Marissa
Marissa Nelson, who has been warded at the High Dependency Ward at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope for the past five months for weight loss treatment, is now battling health complications and depression.
Penal water woes spread
CERTAIN areas in Penal and Debe have not had water since February and yesterday, chairman of the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation Dr Allen Sammy, said that approximately 517 households have been affected.
Three Creek sinkholes fixed
Piles of garbage remain after clean-up
MORE than a month after the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation (PDRC) held its clean-up campaign, as part of the national initiative, piles of solid waste remain dumped in Debe.
Priest chides twice-a-year church goers
Burnt corpse found down Aripo precipice
THE smouldering corpse of a human being was retrieved late yesterday by fire officers down a precipice along Aripo Road, Aripo.
State to pay cop $40,000
Slashed over eye by prisoner
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