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Posted: Thursday, September 6, 2018

Separation packages for Petrotrin refinery staff

PM puts career on the line
SO convinced is the Prime Minister that government has taken the right decision on the restructuring of Petrotrin, that he is prepared to put his political career on the line to prove it

Espinet: Refinery will continue to end of the year

Energy firms unfazed by closure
One said it was "a difficult but necessary step", while another said it might actually help their profit margins, while a third hoped to offer jobs to retrenched workers.

Roget: Govt failed to keep promises
OILFIELD Workers Trade Union (OWTU) president, Ancel Roget, said yesterday the closure of Petrotrin's refinery did not instigate this Friday's intended day of "rest and reflection".

PM to civil aviation workers: ground flights Friday and face law suit

Garcia: I never threatened teachers

TTUTA pres: He is a hypocrite
...Garcia led teachers in worse strike action than tomorrow's day of rest and reflection, while he headed TTUTA for 13 years.

Garcia: No more laptops to take home

School guards to stay off the job
Security guards looking after primary schools are threatening to withhold their services unless they receive payments owed to them since May this year.

Hinds acts as AG
FITZGERALD HINDS, Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, has been appointed to act as Attorney General (AG) from yesterday to Saturday

Will Naipaul's family share in his estate?

Arrested after trying to help white customer
TT-born restaurant owner sues NYPD

Father and daughter charged with 'cold case' murder

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