Petrotrin probes employees
Posted: Sunday, September 17, 2017
Petrotrin probes employees
At least six Petrotrin employees now face internal and police investigations for alleged involvement in the oil company's fake oil scandal.
A&V...a tale of two companies
A&V Drilling and Workover Limited was incorporated in 1997, while A& V Oil and Gas was incorporated in 2009.
Kidnapped businessman recovers
Kidnapped San Fernando businessman Sooklal ‘Tarzan' Ramroop, 71, was last evening recuperating from the ordeal in the care of relatives, police said.
PM to talk on Mouttet report
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expected to comment on aspects of the Mouttet Report into the procurement of the Cabo Star and Ocean Flower 2 vessels when he attends tomorrow's sitting of the JSC into the inter-island sea bridge
Rowley very disturbed by Mouttet report
A vision for life without a ferry
Economist: SMEs pay $9 for US$1 on black market
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are facing the worst of the forex inaccessibility and several have had to turn to the black market paying between $7.50 to $9 for US$1.
Mayhem in St Maarten
The TT nationals, along with 21 Guyanese, three Jamaicans, six Dutchmen, two French nationals, two St Lucians and one Bajan were brought to Trinidad yesterday after they were stranded at the airport for almost a week.
We in big trouble
Would Trinidad and Tobago withstand the onslaught of a Category 5 hurricane like Irma, which the Caribbean and the southern US continues to recover from?
Great storms on the rise
The strength and frequency of tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic Basin during the hurricane season this year has been a cause of concern and fear for many Caribbean islands and several coastal states in the United States.
Met Office: Tropical Storm Maria takes form
THE MET Office has cautioned that a tropical depression off of the Lesser Antilles could trigger moderate to heavy rains in TT.
Coastal lands vulnerable to storms
...a large percentage of the population and settlement is in coastal areas and a lot of Port of Spain and San Fernando is on reclaimed land.
Sinanan: Brisk development in Barataria/San Juan contributing to flooding
This is how historian Prof Brinsley Samaroo yesterday described a claim made by University of Alabama international relations professor Andy Knight, in a recent interview, that he (Samaroo) led him to an al-Qaeda sleeper cell in Trinidad, some 12 years ago.
Less garbage on Chacachacare
There has been a significant decrease in the amount of garbage left on Chacachacare Island when compared to last year's International Coastal Cleanup.
Media attacked covering fake oil story
Media workers were threatened and physically attacked in three separate incidents this past week
MATT, Moonilal condemns assault
The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT) yesterday said it was “disturbed” by reports of attack on Guardian Media photographer Kristian De Silva while in the lawful execution of his duty.
‘We can beat prostate cancer'
...alarming stats puts T&T fourth in the world, men still scared to get tested
Good Samaritan cleans up homeless man covered in faeces
At around 5 pm on Thursday, MTS estate constable Brian John was on his 23rd hour of guard duty in the casualty department of the Port-of-Spain General Hospital.
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