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TTUTA: No payments to denominational schools
Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2018

TTUTA: No payments to denominational schools
THE Association of Denominational Boards of Education has accused the Ministry of Education of telling an outright lie by saying that all outstanding money under direct funding was paid to schools last week.

OWTU queries Colm's Petrotrin figures, claims
How is it that a company like Petrotrin, earning $2 billion a month, needs a "lifeline of urgency" as Finance Minister Colm Imbert claims?

Petrotrin has 15 challenges to OWTU injunction

Protest leaves commuters stranded…again
RESIDENTS of Point Fortin yesterday threatened to "burn the road" as, for the second day, taxi drivers parked at the taxi stand and refused to transport commuters

Espinet: Trade unions outdated
...the state-owned oil company's Chairman Wilfred Espinet has told a radio call-in show that the Industrial Court and trade unions are outdated and out of touch with realities on the ground.

Kamla: Historic victory for workers
Addressing supporters at the UNC's Monday Night Forum, she said the court's ruling further exposes the repressive, exploitative and anti-worker stance of the Rowley regime and its disdain for proper industrial relations practice

Opposition Leader: PM should explain 'secret deals'

Mitchell: Galleons Passage to boost domestic tourism

PATT to be relieved of seabridge duties - Rohan
"The new company will have the skillset for an efficient, effective and reliable seabridge and inter-island sea transport system. The new company will also be responsible for the Port-of-Spain/San Fernando water taxis," he added.

Curepe families to finalise Interchange land deals Thurs

Soldiers hoping for better meals with increased budget
... increased budget allocation for 2019, from $50,918,000 to $75,911,300, they will be afforded better meals.

'PNM made me cry like a baby'
UNC MP tells House

T&T's passport 5th most powerful in Caribbean

Honest policeman returns cash, bank card
AT A TIME when the public's trust in the police service is a debatable subject, comes this story of an honest policeman who found $2,000 left behind by another person in the ATM room of a bank

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