YOU HAD CHOICES
Posted: Thursday, January 3, 2019
YOU HAD CHOICES
DPP on magistrate's $17,000 fine for $1.56m cocaine
Teachers want salary hike
"Our negotiations are not based on percentage increases. It is based on a market survey being done to ascertain the value of similar jobs on the external labour market. And then, those figures are used in negotiations," Doodhai said.
Minister: No extension for vehicle inspection
End of five month moratorium
No one fined for stickers
Drivers get tickets for defective vehicles...some say the Government stands to make more than $90 million from the inspection fees.
PTSC commuters left stranded
Drivers say buses defective, uninspected
CoP revamps process for firearm licence
In addition to the amendments to the application process, Griffith also increased the limit of the ammunition that can be held by a licence holder from 25 rounds to 40 rounds.
Erminy could not be resuscitated
ERHA on NDATT president's drowning
Minister: Mental health care to be decentralised
Describing the St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital as a warehouse where families leave their mentally ill relatives, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says mental health care in T&T will be decentralised in 2019.
HPV programme to continue
HUMAN papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection which is usually harmless and goes away by itself, but some types can lead to cancer or genital warts.
Attorney launches new party
ATTORNEY Kenneth Munroe-Brown launched a new political party on Old Year's Day, the Unrepresented People's Party
Excessive algae causes reduced water supply to Point Fortin, La Brea
AG promises bail relief for prisoners
Fisherman is murder victim 2
...it appears the gunman knew exactly where he was going and from three houses away, began shooting.
After threats: Woman vanishes in Tobago
Dianna Richards, 38, was reported missing days after she called her mother saying she was concerned for her safety.
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