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Police Service fires 19 contract workers hired by Griffith
Posted: Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Jacob said a total of 19 persons would no longer be on the TTPS payroll as some four persons did not have their contracts renewed. The savings, he said, will run into the millions. These persons were hired under Griffith's tenure.

Police Service fires 19 contract workers hired by Griffith

FLASHBACK: Jobs for senior cop's friends, financiers

Big increase in police contract payouts from 2016 to 2022

Integrity Commission warns Parliamentarians
The Integrity Commission has issued a warning that from today it will publish, in the newspapers, the names of persons who fail to file their financial declarations.

Public officials blame Integrity Commission's 'poor service' for declaration delays

Health officials have sounded an alarm that the Covid-19 intensive care units in Trinidad and Tobago are running out of room to treat critically ill infected patients.

COVID ICUs at capacity, only 3 beds remaining

Abdool-Richards: No beds left in ICUs

School days not so happy
WITH the Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus taking greater hold here in Trinidad and Tobago, it's no surprise the order by the Ministry of Education for a return to in-person classes in the upper forms of the country's secondary schools is not a roaring success.

Smooth restart but concerned parent threatens to sue Ministry over child's safety
As both vaccinated and unvaccinated students in Forms 4 to 6 restarted in-person classes yesterday, one parent has threatened to sue the Ministry of Education over the safety of her child.

Driver threatens to sue over Beyond the Tape 'most wanted' broadcast
A driver who paid her traffic ticket for breaching a traffic sign in 2015, but saw her name and photograph aired on the police's public affairs TV programme Beyond the Tape, last week, is threatening to take the deputy Police Commissioner to court over the embarrassment she has endured.

Minimart owner fatally shoots two bandits

Kamla attacks Independent Senators
Opposition leader Kamla Persad- Bissessar has roasted Independent Senators for their criticism of the UNC's behaviour in last Thursday's Parliament sitting on its motion to remove President Paula-Mae Weekes and has also threatened legal action against the House Speaker.

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