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Gonzales: WASA to axe all 426 managers
Posted: Saturday, July 30, 2022

Gonzales: WASA to axe all 426 managers
Gonzales said approximately 200 management positions will have to be filled and "all departments that are led by a manager, senior managers or various levels of managers will be impacted by this transformation." He added: "In some cases, we would not have a need for some departments."

Caring for care homes
There’s been a need to investigate the operations of such homes for a while now. Stories around the world, many horrific, that emerged during the earlier phases of the pandemic illustrated the risks posed by inadequate regulation.

Mitchell: Government seeking permanent home for Emancipation Village

Langston Roach: The journey of success for one Afro businessman
"What are the other large black businesses do you see in the environment?" asked Roach, who pointed out that while there were several prominent black professionals and businessmen within Trinidad and Tobago, there were few large-scale businesses that were still owned by Afro-Trinidadian entrepreneurs.

All over again: Marlon King retrial may begin November 1
King was sentenced to death for the 2006 murder of Annamunthudo but it was later commuted to life in prison in-keeping with the Pratt and Morgan principle that was established by the Privy Council. That principle was that once a person was on death row for five years or more, they cannot face execution.

Infant dies after incident at babysitting facility
Police said initial information was that the child fell, but a post mortem is to be performed to determine cause of death.

5 common ailments in vegetable gardens and how to treat them
Many home gardeners lovingly tend their plants, only to find them ravaged by unknown forces before harvest time. But, fear not: here are some tips for identifying and treating five of the most common ailments that threaten your crops.

Early morning murder caught on CCTV cameras
Police responding to reports of gunfire in the vicinity of Church's Chicken on Independence Square at around 4 am yesterday found the body of 21-year-old Nathan Thomas, of St Paul Street. He had been fatally shot in the head.

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