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T&TEC examines rate hike
Posted: Thursday, February 1, 2018

T&TEC examines rate hike to offset $bn annual wage bill
...the board of directors is now looking at whether there is need to trim the fat at the utility which has close to 3,000 employees an annual wage bill of over a billion dollars.

Order Paper lists top cop nominees
...the government has the option of scrapping the entire selection process.

New methods needed to combat crime—Seales

Soldiers agree to repay $1.5m in payroll scam
Two soldiers, accused of defrauding the Defence Force of $1.5m in an alleged payroll scam, have agreed to repay the money.

Law Association report on CJ delayed

Are Carnival tourists safe in T&T?
...Opposition MP wants to know

Senator Roach bats for athletes vs revellers
...but was told by Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat that the revenues earned by the State justified this dislocation.

Seabridge headache continues - All sailings cancelled again

A new airline to Tobago? seeking investors

Microsoft helps tackle oil spills
Microsoft and Fujitsu are helping tackle oil spills in TT waters by using hi-tech equipment now deployed on a buoy a mile off Claxton Bay

Widen search for diver to Grenada, Venezuela
Wife pleads with authorities

Doctors shun working in rural areas

Santa Cruz welder charged with murder
A Santa Cruz man was expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate today charged with the murder of Jason Thomas in Santa Cruz last September.

Who killed Rachael? Investigator: Murder will be solved
Even though 2017 ended with 193 murder files on his desk, among them that of Rachael Ramkissoon, the investigator into the schoolgirl’s death is adamant he would solve the case.

Cunupia salesman abducted, shot in hand
A 30-year-old Cunupia salesman, who stopped at the roadside to urinate on Tuesday, was abducted, dumped in the trunk of his own car and driven around for more than 11 hours

Decomposed body found in forest
Officers say the body was so badly decomposed, it was difficult to ascertain the sex of the corpse.

Businessman charged with beating pregnant Russian wife
...goes to court

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