Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2018
$1B lump sum for 1,300 Petrotrin retirees
NEARLY 1,300 axed Petrotrin employees are expected to retire early next month and receive a pension totalling $1 billion, says Energy Minister Franklin Khan.
Petrotrin buys out exec's deal after hiring error
$1.7m for no work
Petrotrin pension fund ok for now—Khan
16,000 cases before Children's Authority
Greenvale housing scam probe ongoing
Ministry worker involved ‘laid off'
Anger over poor service at Pt Lisas port
More than 100 angry customers voiced their disgust and demanded immediate help after waiting for hours to collect their goods at the Plipdeco warehouse at Point Lisas on Tuesday.
Work on damaged St Helena Bypass Road begins
Devant: I'm no millionaire
ACTIVIST Devant Maharaj Monday day confidently laughed off any notion that he was any millionaire, commenting on the Prime Minister's speech to last Sunday's PNM National Convention in Tobago.
Was this someone's pet in Penal?
Residents speak out against crime in Malick
US group warns:Treat human trafficking like drug trade
Missing NY-based Trini, 74, found with throat slit
The officer said the investigations will now include working along with the Airports Authority of T&T and their security personnel to retrieve surveillance footage on the day she arrived in and around the Piarco International Airport.
Man held with Pawi in cage
The Pawi, also known as the Trinidad Piping Guan or ‘wild turkey', was designated as an Environmentally Sensitive Species (ESS) in 2005 under the ESS Rules, 2001.
Client sues Chaguanas attorney for $.4 M
Minister: Bus stolen from under nose of PTSC security
There had been security present at the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC)'s Chaguanas depot when one of the Corporation's buses was stolen by an individual in Monday's pre-dawn hours, Works Minister Rohan Sinanan confirmed yesterday
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