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CEO: No choice but to shutdown plant
Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018

CEO: No choice but to shutdown plant
More than 400 persons are facing an uncertain future today after the Caribbean Nitrogen Company (CNC) was forced to close its' doors yesterday.

410 jobs Caribbean Nitrogen shuts down

Petrotrin's overtime bill stands at $22m
...while its annual wage bill to its 5,000 employees amounts to $2 billion.

Licks like fire behind prison walls
Prisons Commissioner Gerard Wilson yesterday confirmed that an internal investigation is underway after a video showing prison officers, some masked, beating and kicking prisoners was circulated on social media.

Seven prisoners taken to hospital after violent lock-down

PM frustrated over crime, selection of CoP

Retired cop: Promotion in service like a little devil

PM: US concern on port security
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday disclosed that the United States has raised concerns about the level of security at the Port of Spain port.

$72 million loss from TSTT retail stores
...Le Hunte defends closure of nine stores

Marlene concern over influx of Venezuelans
...acting Chief Immigration Officer says from the official number less Venezuelans came into the country through official ports of entry last year when compared to 2016 but admitted that she can only "surmise," that people are "smuggled" into the country.

Judgment reserved in highway lawsuit
Ramcharan indicated that he would need time to consider the issue after hearing lengthy submissions on it during a hearing in the Port-of-Spain High Court, which continued well past 7 pm yesterday.

T&T Express breaks down again: Sailing cancelled

EMA: 370,000 bags of waste recycled

Renegades takes lead in Panaorama preliminary...
Results released yesterday by Pan Trinbago show that the Charlotte Street band scored 264 and was two points ahead of Skiffle.

Historical placing for Skiffle with Hello

Bands ready for semis

Hat trick for Rivaldo at Sando Jnr Calypso competition

Dialysis patients will not suffer over funding—ministry

Minister: Report by UWI Prof on influenza vaccination is fear-mongering
With cases of influenza expected to increase this Carnival season, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says he is disheartened by an article written by University of the West Indies' (UWI) Prof Stephan Gift that condemns influenza vaccination.

The PNM is 62-years-old today

'Rasta Boss' killed
The couple found wrapped in bedsheets at Mon Plaisir Road, Cunupia on Monday were identified at the Forensic Science Centre yesterday.

Dumped body identified as missing woman

Suspect cries to attend funeral of murdered man
The woman who remains in police custody for the stabbing death of maxi-taxi driver Dayanand Dookie, cried yesterday as she begged to be allowed to attend his funeral.

Three months jail for beating wife
...and placed on a three-year bond to keep the peace, for beating his wife at their home last Friday.

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