NO FIRE SALE
Posted: Thursday, August 30, 2018
NO FIRE SALE
Petrotrin chairman denies OWTU's claim on refinery
We'll try to soften blow
Petrotrin working on exit packages—Espinet
Espinet: Employees will be treated fairly
ALL the employees will be treated in a "reasonable, equitable and fair manner," Petrotrin chairman Wilfred Espinet said yesterday.
Unions vow to shut country down
Vasant: What of Petrotrin accord?
AG: Govt made best decision on Petrotrin
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday said Government took the best decision it could regarding the closure of Petrotrin's Pointe-a-Pierre refinery.
Restructuring will have major social impact, union boss
Marabella business owners on edge
BUSINESS owners and vendors in Marabella are bracing for a severe cut in profits on the heels of Tuesday's announcement of the imminent closure of Petrotrin's refinery.
Crime Stoppers boasts of $295m in drug seizures
Nurses, doctors agree with Central Block shutdown
HIV not a death sentence
While the Caribbean has embraced the power of antiretroviral treatment and viral suppression to prevent HIV infections in newborns, there is inadequate understanding among the general public about how successful treatment can also reduce sexual transmission.
50 tested for malaria
TTT to launch today
THE Prime Minister and Communications Minister Stuart Young will be among the audience who will witness the launch of TT Television (TTT) Ltd at Maraval Road, Port of Spain from 2 pm today.
PoS councillors: Remove city engineer
Ellie Mannette dies
Tributes pour in
T&TEC crew found ‘nails' on roadway
‘Put down the guns'
Artiste sings for peace in Bon Air Gardens
Third man man in court for murdering Marabella teen
A third man yesterday appeared before a San Fernando magistrate for the February 19 murder of teenager Keewan Marine.
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