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Petrotrin gets go-ahead to fire workers
Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2018

Petrotrin gets go-ahead to fire workers
...Industrial Court-imposed injunction has been stayed.

Free to fire: Injunction lifted against Petrotrin
At 11.30 p.m. last night at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain, Justice of Appeal Charmaine Pemberton delivered the ruling in favour of the cash-strapped company.

Imbert: 18,000 jobs lost since 2015, not 30,000

Draft National Child Policy complete

Police Assoc head: Not true 40 ex-soldiers recruited as SRPs
"As a consequence of the post, the membership was claiming that these SRPs were coming to take the places of regular police officers in top positions, and they felt that the SRPs would be in charge of key areas..."

Curepe residents waiting for land $$$

Teens in court for assault on schoolmate
The students were each granted $10,000 bail and released into the custody of their parents.

Transport Minister: Sea Lots walkover 95 per cent complete
The Sea Lots pedestrian overpass superstructure as it was being installed near to Central Market, Beetham Highway, Port of Spain.

No deals with Rowley
Miami company denies Moonilal's claims

PM to sue over corruption claim
A plot to defame me

Kamla wins libel case
Persad-Bissessar sued the newspaper after the publication of a December 5, 2015 front-page article which contained defamatory statements.

Moonilal: Privileges call an act of desperation

Grow more indigenous crops

Man gets bail on robbery charges
A MAN who allegedly lured and robbed people using fake profiles through online car advertisements has been granted $300,000 bail to be approved by a clerk of the peace.

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