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Termination letters for Petrotrin workers
Posted: Saturday, October 6, 2018

Termination letters, sandwiches for Petrotrin workers

'Don't take termination letters'
Roget also accuses gov't of contempt

'This is contempt of court'
Kamla: Petrotrin firing people already

Pension increase to cost Govt $194m
"The proposed increase in the cap of combined monthly incomes to $6000 will result in increases for 27,263 existing pensioners," said Crichlow-Cockburn.

Imbert: No reversal on $1 hike of Super fuel

'One shot' buyout planóRoget
Foreign investors ready to make Petrotrin offer

International support for Petrotrin, OWTU

Trinidad Petroleum Holding Ltd to replace Petrotrin

'Last crude shipment arrived on October 1'
... and the Government will not be spending any more money on purchasing oil for the refinery

Galleons Passage in service from Monday

Sister: Hit-and-run accident claimed Philmore's life
"He never lost consciousness after the accident and was able to give a statement to the police and to the doctors and tell them that he was hit from behind,"

Boogsie to win Panorama 2019 for Prof with Pan by Storm

Prison officer's home firebombed

Kidnapped teen freed after 5 months
Family overjoyed

Facebook bandits held by police
The reign of three teenaged bandits, whom police said lured their victims to a lonely area by falsely advertising a car of sale on Facebook, ended on Thursday when they were arrested.



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