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Petrotrin pension plan situation 'alarming'
Posted: Friday, November 23, 2018

Bank: Petrotrin pension plan situation 'alarming'
Republic Bank's Trust Services Division has threatened to wind up Petrotrin's employees pension plan, should the company fail to address several issues, which include a prediction that the fund would be "exhausted" in the next 23 years.

Bankers association calls on Opposition to stop delay tactics
...the Bankers Association of TT (BATT) called on the Opposition to move expeditiously in resolving their outstanding issues and swiftly pass the bill.

NP probes fire at Sea Lots base
Shortly after 1 pm, smoke was seen billowing from the top of a tank on the southern side of the company's Tank Farm area.

Police and fire officers take cover from electrical sparks

Govt outlaws scratch bomb importation
A national nuisance—Young

Scratch bombs banned

Woman who lost fingertips in scratch bomb incident

Cedros councillor seeks more border security
Other inlets used by smugglers were identified along the coastline at Guapo, Chatham, San Fernando, Vistabella and Marabella. The Venezue­lans are reported to be paying between US$200 to US$300 to get to Trinidad to seek a better life.

Two people died from flu
Deyalsingh said the ministry was now suffering from its own success in bringing down the number of deaths due to the virus, and citizens have now become complacent and were not getting vaccinated.

NCRHA confirms flood-related leptospirosis death

Health authorities supervising dumping of romaine lettuce
...after an outbreak of illnesses showed a possible link to the E.coli bacterium. The bacterium causes intestinal infections and even kidney failure and seizures.

Family loses home to water leak: WASA to pay million$

Griffith accepted his fate
Former Speaker Rupert Griffith accepted his fate when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer a month ago and told loved ones he was leaving everything in the hands of God.

Parliament pays tribute to Griffith

Prisons to ban visitors from bringing fruit
He believes this type of smuggling had been going on for a very long time undetected and the time has come to deal head-on with it.

Man nabbed smuggling weed into jail in apples

Scandal: Families wait in vain at Forensic Science Centre

Cops shot terror bus driver to end carnage

Woman bites alleged TT sex offender's penis
A woman took a bite out of an alleged sex predator after he forced her to perform oral sex in a Queens, New York apartment, police said on Wednesday, according to the New York Daily News.

Video: Police cars damaged in Cunupia accident

Morvant man missing
Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating 21-year-old Shaquille Park who they said has gone missing.

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