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MSJ's leader: CEPEP workers suffering
Posted: Monday, June 25, 2018

MSJ's leader: CEPEP workers suffering
MOVEMENT for Social Justice (MSJ) leader David Abdulah is describing as “heartless” the manner in which several CEPEP workers in Laventille were put on the breadline.

Judge rules for fired EFCL manager
THE Education Facilities Co Ltd (EFCL) has appealed an award of close to $1 million in compensation to its former divisional manager of finance and corporate services, who was fired in 2016.

Economist has mixed views on Govt
ECONOMIST Indera Sagewan-Alli

Busy week at CCJ
Two important rulings are expected to delivered and the court will hear three cases, many of which have constitutional implications.

Mendes: Recommendations can democratise judges' appointments
...could provide a greater amount of transparency in the process.

Police service failing in crime

Today is by-election Nomination Day
CANDIDATES for three political parties are will today file their nomination forms for each of two local government seats up for grabs in July 16 by-elections

Padarath: Govt can't shut me up

Gabriel elated with new NCC post, NCBA to challenge it

Audits find mismanagement of Carnival interest groups
Conflict of interest, inadequate accounting controls and non-adherence to policies and procedures were among the findings of audits of processes...

T&T tourism drive to begin before year's end

Anti-crime mobile app expected to return power to citizens

IMA plants mangrove seedlings to curb coastal erosion an effort to prevent further erosion along the western coastline.

TTUTA: Don't use children in protests
PRESIDENT of the TT Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) Lynsley Doodhai has endorsed the Presbyterian Primary School Board of Education's position against parents engaging their children in protests.

UN report: More Trini refugees outside nation than foreign ones here

US rapper rips into Trump: Trini dad stuck in T&T

Woman shot and wounded in attempted hit
A 52-year-old chef is being treated for a gunshot wound she sustained during, what investigators believe may be, an attempted hit on a taxi driver in Belmont early yesterday.

Hunt for Ariapita Avenue gunman
Police are still searching for a man, who was wounded in a shootout with off-duty police officers after murdering a man in Woodbrook, on Friday night.

Couple ambushed in Aripo, man beaten, car stolen
An Arima man was beaten and left for dead near the Aripo River, after a gunman pounced on him and a woman as they sat in a vehicle on Saturday.

CCTV footage key in police shooting
...which left one man dead and another seriously wounded.

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