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Dillon condemns call for prison officers to boycott work
Posted: Monday, October 30, 2017

Dillon condemns call for prison officers to boycott work
National Security Minister Edmund Dillon has condemned Prisons Officers Association president Ceron Richards for allegedly calling for his members to engage in illegal industrial action.

Dillon tells prison officers let good sense prevail

Rowley calls on CoP to note rabble-rousers
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is calling on acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams "to take careful note of what happened in the Parliament" when casino workers disrupted the Senate's sitting on Thursday

Fishing body threatens lawsuit over ejection from Parliament
...ban imposed on its president Robert Sagramsingh from Parliament following the disruption at Thursday's sitting as a blow to democracy and is threatening legal action.

Tears of joy as flood victims get aid

Father, twin daughters offer to build house

Minister to intervene in rift between Sando Corporation and Municipal cops

Six CDA workers sent home
Duke threatens legal action

Moonilal on cartel claim: Fabrication by members of Cabinet

Piarco II case resumes
Accused people in the Piarco II preliminary inquiry will begin leading their evidence when the magisterial proceedings resumes on Friday.

Historian's legacy honoured at Cancer Society launch

Kimberly's final farewell
UWI student found hanging

Cancer centre riddled with challenges

Challenged children get EyeGaze devices
The Children's Ark facilitated the donation of the technology which empowers people withdisabilities to interact and communicate by generating speech though typing or selecting varied programmes with their eyes.

Down Syndrome Family Network: More inclusion needed

Nine Chaguanas vendors arrested
Nine people were arrested on Friday at the Chaguanas Main Road for vending on the pavement and on the roadway.

Woman escapes abduction attempt
A Chase Village woman narrowly escaped being abducted and raped after she jumped out of a speeding car last Thursday morning.

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