Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Caricom team in UN meeting on Venezuela
Caricom heads meet:
UN to help on roadmap towards Venezuela peace, security
US hits Venezuela with oil sanctions to press Maduro exit
Maduro open to mediation talks in T&T
Kamla spoke too soon
Vasant hits UNC-go-it-alone stance
Young: UNC fearmongering on Venezuela
Faulty sewer system shuts down port
The international port of Cedros has been shut down after a sewer system malfunctioned, leaving scores of Venezuelans and other foreigners in a quandary.
JSC told, rice industry down the drain
Fazal Akaloo, who has farmed rice for 40 years, lamented that the State has failed to provide farmers with a guaranteed market and price for their goods, that is grown in too great a bulk to be sold to individuals at a street market.
TTUTA sues State over SBA payment
According to the filings, the association claims that the issue has been in contention since it agreed job descriptions with the Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) and the Ministry of Education in 2000.
Ministry, child unit probe beating of Stacy's son at school
A single mother is calling for a teacher who brutally beat her ten-year-old son with a piece of wood to be fired and face criminal charges.
Rastafarian held with weed at rally gets community service
The Maracas/St Joseph resident was ordered to performed 80 hours of community service after he pleaded guilty to possession of .6 of a gramme of the illicit herb.
Arouca man shot dead
According to a police report, at about 11.40 am Dillon Logan was at Manoram Road, Five Rivers, Arouca off Crown Street, when he was shot multiple times about his body.
Guard found burnt, stabbed to death in QPS booth
James is the second security guard at the company, who was ironically assigned to Albion Plaza and on duty when he was killed.
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