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D-Day for Petrotrin
Posted: Tuesday, August 28, 2018

D-Day for Petrotrin
OWTU fears job loss fallout

Petrotrin an historical challenge

Refinery to close
'Petrotrin buying oil to process not profitable'

Govt must detail Venezuela gas deal—Carolyn

PoS a "No Fly Zone" for Independence

PoSGH tries to work with limited space
The Port-of-Spain General Hospital (POSGH) has begun readmitting patients but to its North Block following the full evacuation of the Central Block after last Tuesday's 6.9 earthquake.

Garcia: Queries into quake ruin, EDPM papers

Drainage works continue along Beetham Highway
Highway drainage repairs to continue

Ministry: Don't come to POS for your birth paper

Police meet with CoP today on uniform change

Police: Citizens entitled to defend themselves

Dancing police laments lengthy disciplinary process
A police corporal with 17 years' experience is calling for an end to lengthy tribunal hearings and disciplinary proceedings after he was charged with discreditable conduct because of an incident at a breakfast fete in 2015.

My life will never be the same
Mom who survived welding plant hit:

Woman charged with sexual abuse of boy, 13
A 28-year-old woman from east Trinidad has been released on $40,000 bail after appearing in court charged with having sex with a 13-year-old boy.

Relatives in shock over execution-style killing
Almost a week after the body of 39-year-old Kumar Mootielal was discovered on Mon Plaisir Road, Cunupia, with his hands tied behind his back and a bullet wound to his head, relatives are calling for answers as to why he was killed.

Thief did not escape
Woman fights off bag bandit

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