Posted: Friday, August 31, 2018
Petrotrin workers to get good sendoff—Khan
Espinet: Petrotrin will foot workers' payout
TT'S GOLDEN BOYS
New national record at Pan Am Cycling Championships
Refinery closure a done deal
Despite rumblings from Roget, Khan says:
More jobs, less earnings in alternate Petrotrin plan
Reverse the shutdown or call elections, demands Roget
Always place national interest first
PM's Independence Day message
Kamla: Much work needed to transform TT
COP: TT now needs interdependence
Licks for TTUTA over boycott call
Political analyst Prof John La Guerre has viewed the T&T Unified Teachers' Association's (TTUTA) call for teachers to stay away from classes on September 7 as holding the nation's children to ransom.
Contingency plan in place—Ministry
Chief Education Officer Harrilal Seecharan yesterday gave the assurance that primary and secondary school students will be provided with proper supervision and safety should teachers boycott classes next Friday.
Education ministry: We are prepared for new school term
AG: Anti-fraud laws coming
New TTT to counteract fake news
The new TTT television station must be the "gold standard" of quality in broadcasting and lead the charge in providing factual, accurate information and combating "fake news," Prime Dr Keith Rowley has indicated.
Govt hears Bernard's plea
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi said the Prime Minister and the Cabinet are aware of concerns raised by former Chief Justice Clinton Bernard about his pension.
Fired from refinery, Petrotrin worker ends up on DUI charge
Four in court for killing of PH driver
Four men, charged with the murder of a PH taxi driver in Diego Martin which occurred on August 20, appeared before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate on Wednesday
Amputee charged for mechanic's murder
An amputee appeared in court charged with the murder of a Sangre Grande mechanic.
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