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Prison officers stay off the job
Posted: Monday, January 29, 2018

Prison officers stay off the job
I'm prepared to die for what is rightócommissioner

Inmate expresses regret over prison officer's killing

Top cop to get 12th extension
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams' appointment would have come to an end on Wednesday; extension until April 1, pending the appointment of a substantive commissioner.

Dulalchan: I'll wait and see how it goes

Winners ecstatic: Surreal, a lifelong dream come true
Nishard Mayrhoo and Neval Chatelal cop the Chutney Soca Monarch (CSM) 2018 title with their song Masala.

Nermal "Massive" Gosein says political interference cost him the Chutney Soca Monarch (CSM) title.

Paula Mae Weekes gets instruments today

Mahabir: No mass exodus of Independents
...offering resignations has "never been a convention" but also said that the Constitution is designed to allow a prime minister, opposition leader and President to each revoke the appointments of their respective senators at any time.

New Cancer Society board
...the TTCS faces challenges related to its not having received a government subvention in the last two years.

Immigration officers query $31,000 hotel bill
On the heels of immigration officers signing a "no confidence" petition against acting Chief Immigration Officer (AgCIO)

Oncology project under review
...of the Oncology Centre project at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, which collapsed under the former People's Partnership (PP) government.

Costaatt: We will be hiring soon
...despite the rough economic climate in the country, they have not discussed retrenching staff and will be hiring soon.

TSTT claims intimidation, not so says CWU
CWU head Clyde Elder told reporters that 20 workers had gone to David's house to protest as, he claimed, they are allowed to do by law.

'Scanty' Savannah Greens

Small Band finalists

Laventille Serenaders leading Small Bands

Kalypso Revue opens but struggling

Juniors get first taste of mas

Killed while liming at bar
The killing of 42-year-old Brent Richardson has now increased the murder toll to 56 for the year.

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