Police, soldiers on standby
Posted: Monday, October 8, 2018
Griffith, Young warn public not to block roads
COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith and Communications Minister Stuart Young have called on citizens to ignore social media postings which urge drivers to block major roads and intersections this morning as a form of protest against the government.
Police, soldiers on standby to deter highway blockers
Petrotrin workers get severance ahead of court ruling
Several workers ignored the advice of Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) president general Ancel Roget and collected their termination letters at Petrotrin's Pointe-a-Pierre compound over the weekend.
Job cuts hover over TSTT
As many as 2,000 workers could be facing the axe as the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) rebrands itself into the TSTT Group of Companies by November 1.
Kamla: UNC will make agriculture an economic driver
Couva hospital board meets on Tuesday
Deyalsingh said the board, led by Nigel Romano will determine the fee structure for the hospital.
NCRHA opens diabetes wellness centre
The centre began operations at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC), Mt Hope on July 23
Garcia: Special needs students in focus
Education and training received $7.392 billion, about $100 million more than last year, and for the second consecutive year was the highest budget item.
PP slammed for 'corrupt' food card system
Tobagonians not excited about Galleon's Passage
Reports are that only 30 seats were sold up to late yesterday although the ferry can accommodate 700 people.
Taxi-drivers cry foul to Govt: the majority uses 'Super'
...$1 increase in taxi fares as the Curepe/Chaguanas Taxi Drivers Association becomes the first heavy-load route to react to an increase in the price of super gasoline.
$16.6 million for TTT
Too many farmers squatting, leases expired —Rambharat
'High-risk' prisoner under surveillance
...in the aftermath of the shooting death of Prisons Supt Wayne Jackson last Tuesday night.
Increased allocation for families of protective services members
Cops call for witnesses to cyclist's gruesome death
POLICE officers are asking eye-witnesses to come forward and identify a red band maxi taxi and its driver, which left the scene of a road traffic accident which claimed the life of a 64-year-old El Dorado man on Saturday afternoon.
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