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Customs pussy-footing
Posted: Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Bandits tell priest during robbery

Dr Raj: Customs pussy-footing with my sex toys
THE general public supports a woman's right to own a sex toy, but the import of these devices is hampered by the Customs Division giving each officer on duty the personal discretion to say yes or no

'Petrotrin belongs to the people'
Roget rejects PM's offer of sale to OWTU:

TTUTA's rest and reflect more than solidarity for OWTU

Marlene: Workers can be fined, jailed
Unions call for boycott on Friday...

Rudy slams Marlene
Indarsingh said any talk by Mc Donald and Education Minister Anthony Garcia about pursuing legal options, could be seen as "threats and intimidation" of workers.

Carolyn challenges Khan to public debate on Petrotrin
CONGRESS of the People (COP) leader Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan is challenging Energy Minister Franklin Khan to a public debate on government's decision to close the refinery of state-owned Petrotrin.

Devant: PM turned a blind eye

No hope, no comfort
United National Congress (UNC) chairman David Lee says no hope or comfort can be taken from the address by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Sunday night.

25 schools remain closed

Reports: Bank of Baroda closing TT ops
The Indian media are reporting that the state-owned Bank of Baroda is closing its TT and Ghanaian subsidiaries, as part of a strategy to "rationalise international operations."

More funds needed to pay ex-CTV staff
CHAIRMAN of the new, rebranded TTT Ltd Lisa Agard says the company has not received the necessary funding to pay gratuities to former employees.

Chamber calls for level-headedness on Petrotrin

No funeral for Mannette
US/TT memorials but

Father, son chop one another after birthday bash
BIRTHDAY celebrations turned bloody in Rio Claro where a 66 year old man and his 17 year old son allegedly chopped each other with cutlass on Sunday.

Businesswoman on human trafficking charge
Exploitation of labour charge: woman in court

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