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Posted: Friday, September 7, 2018

Govt stands firm on refinery closure

Union; Government tells lies about Petrotrin

Be prepared to die, Duke tells oil workers
PUBLIC Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke was in a fiery mood on Wednesday night as he called on members of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) to shut down the country for a day.

Unions stick to 'rest and reflect' plan

Restructuring of Petrotrin hurts Franklin Khan's heart

Closure of unsafe school legitimises decision to rest, reflect
SEVENTEEN teachers and 370 students of the Debe Hindu School have a legitimate reason to stay at home today to rest and reflect.

Caricom fuel contracts with Petrotrin in trouble
THE ripple effect of the pending closure of Petrotrin's refinery is being felt in the Caricom region.

Women searching for love online…Psychiatrist: Beware men creating fake profiles

Govt approval rating good or bad?
Express ratings to be released

PM attends La Brea signing
... the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) and China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd for the development of dry-docking facilities at La Brea.

Galleons Passage to focus on berthing on next run

9 year old dies after being hit by a maxi taxi
Emmanuel was hit by a maxi taxi while attempting to cross the Priority Bus Route, at Sixth Avenue, Barataria, last week Wednesday.

San Fernando woman goes missing
A San Fernando woman who was last seen leaving the C3 Centre mall at Corinth yesterday morning has gone missing, and worried relatives took to social media seeking the public's help in locating her.

Bogus ransom demand for missing woman
Police said the ransom demand for missing Sharday Emmanuel was bogus and there were no new leads on her whereabouts.

UWI students in court for drugs
THREE University of the West Indies (UWI) students allegedly found with 150 grammes of marijuana in a car at Palmiste Park, San Fernando appeared in court yesterday.

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