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Cops want 13.5% salary increase
Posted: Monday, May 1, 2017

Cops want 13.5% salary increase
ONE month after receiving the second half of their back pay...

Dumas: Judiciary's mess signals a decline in governance
The controversy plaguing the Judiciary in relation to former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar's resignation as a High Court Judge and her possible reinstatement to the magistracy to complete her unfinished case load

Law Assn silent on calls for CJ's head

Quinlan enquiry: Dabideen confirms he wasn't notified of outcome

Top jobs going to friends
Employees of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) are claiming victimisation at the hands of a group of persons with senior positions at the Agency.

Prakash: Florida condo motivated 'Ax the Tax'
HAVING learnt that his Florida condo could be seized by the United States authorities if he failed to pay tax on it had motivated St Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar to previously launch his local "Ax the Tax" campaign

Kamla rips up property tax form at rally

India ready to help T&T diversify

Schools SEA ready, Garcia assures

Fishermen unaffected by oil spill

Petrotrin spill reaches Venezuela
Khan said because the oil has crossed the international boundary into the eastern coastline of Venezuela, affecting the Isla de Patos (off Guiria), the Trinidad and Tobago/Venezuela oil spill plan has had to be put into operation.

Barge and 'Provider' cheaper than 'Galicia', says minister

Labour Minister lauds future entrepreneurs
Junior Achievement Trinidad and Tobago hosted its biggest trade fair in its history with 46 companies, comprising more than 1,000 students, offering a wide range of products for sale

Contractor shot at Beetham Highway project
WORKS and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan has assured that construction work on the Beetham Highway will continue as additional security measures have been put in place

Minister: Other contractors threatened

Two arrested after PoS crime spree
Two men in their 20s who went on a crime spree between Erica and Thomasine Streets in Laventille during the early hours of Sunday were nabbed by police officers hours after.

'Juries not likely to convict'
A person charged with murder in Trinidad and Tobago (TT) may be more likely to walk free than end up on death row because juries tend not to convict when doing so involves passing a mandatory death sentence.

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