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Day of rest and reflection a failure
Posted: Saturday, September 8, 2018

Stuart Young: Day of rest and reflection a failure
NATIONAL SECURITY Minister Stuart Young said the call by the trade unions for workers to take a day yesterday to rest and reflect was a total failure.

Workers ignore call to 'rest and reflect'

TTUTA: 65 to 70 per cent stayed away
Garcia: 50 per cent turnout of teachers

50% turnout of teachers
EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia is seeking to link teacher devotion to student productivity as he noted that 19 out of 20 teachers at the Gandhi Memorial Vedic School...

Roget claims success

I have not turned back on unions
Baptiste-Primus breaks silence on labour tensions

PNM nominations close, Rowley unopposed

She was afraid
Relatives insist murdered woman made report to police

Analyst: Refinery closure unlikely to affect PNM's fortunes
Political analyst Dr Bishnu Ragoonath:

Three women, three abductions.....are they linked?

Police, relatives tight-lipped on 'ransom demand'
DESPITE major police operations in South Trinidad, Palmiste mother of three, Natalie Pollonais remained missing up until news time yesterday.

New BMW for THA Chief Secretary
Asked about his brand-new BMW Li740, Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles replied: "Act 40 of 1996."

Judge, imam condemn poor work ethic
A JUDGE and an imam, both seemingly commenting on yesterday's day of rest and reflection, said poor work ethic in TT could be attributed to our mentality, and it must come to an end.

Demolition begins on Stanley's Nursing Home

Missing woman found dead
BURNT remains found in Cunupia on Tuesday have been positively identified as those of 21-year-old Reshma Mahadeo.

Body found in Cunupia may be embassy worker's
While police have not confirmed an identity as yet, they believe the dead man could be Jose Tito Rivas, an El Salvador Embassy driver.

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