CHEAP CHINESE LABOUR
Posted: Sunday, August 6, 2017
CHEAP CHINESE LABOUR
This is how businessman Emile Elias described the discovery of eight Chinese men at an unfinished building on Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain, on Monday.
Govt moves to avert construction crisis
RISE OF REFUGEES
Asylum applications double as foreigners turn to T&T
Taking food out locals mouth
President of the Public Services Association (PSA) Watson Duke's recent uproar over a Swissport International Limited newspaper advertisement seeking non-nationals for employment with the company at the Piarco and Arthur NR International Airports
IMF: Economy may turn a corner
A VISITING team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to Trinidad and Tobago has reported a sharp drop in foreign exchange and described the elimination of the foreign exchange imbalance as an issue of "paramount importance."
$9M paid out for Bret damage so far
PM Rowley to unions: Acknowledge reality, return to tripartite approach
Permell: Imbert targeting me
CHAIRMAN of the Clico Policyholders Group Peter Permell has questioned whether Finance Minister Colm Imbert crossed the line by placing his confidential information in the public domain
Farmers: Save dying cocoa industry
Call for Govt to give more incentives, security of tenure in national policy on agriculture...
Stranded passenger restrained at Piarco airport
A WOMAN, allegedly stranded while waiting on a flight to Tobago, was restrained by airport security officers at the Piarco International Airport.
Fuad: Mental illness root of social problems
Former Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan yesterday disputed figures presented by South-West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) psychiatric/ mental health services regional manager Pooran Sankar
Stress levels high among Trinis
Garcia mad over school drug trade claims
Minister of Education Anthony Garcia yesterday expressed strong disappointment over statements made by Mothers Against Drug Abuse CEO Eshean Arjoon, alleging a drug trade in primary and pre-schools.
All disabled not the same
THE MINISTRY of Social Development and Family Services has been hosting public consultations on the Revised Draft National Policy on Persons with Disabilities.
'I'm a throwaway'
FOR 19 years, Lazarus St Rose bought hundreds of thousands of United States dollars worth in cocaine.
Venezuelan captains fined for illegal fishing
THE TWO captains of Venezuelan vessels caught illegally fishing near the Toucan Platform have been fined $2,000 each.
Barrackpore couple tied up, robbed
A COUPLE from Barrackpore is counting their lucky stars they are alive after masked gunmen broke into their home then bound and gagged them before threatening to shoot them early yesterday morning.
Man gunned down in Oropune
For the second time this week, a man has been killed in a domestic dispute. This time the victim is 24-year-old Keston Knights.
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