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Relatives fear cover-up
Posted: Wednesday, June 21, 2023

Relatives fear cover-up
Burnt Massy Energy worker succumbs to injuries...

Family of worker killed in NiQuan fire hurting over lack of info
We want answers

T&T signs contract to boost ports' efficiency
The contract amount is US$9.8 million. The PCS project is estimated to be implemented over the course of 24 months at the major air and sea ports and will enhance Trinidad and Tobago's trade efficiency and port logistics.

More money, more problems
Business groups: Higher minimum wage won't lower cost of living

PM, UNC clash on need for probes into Tobago contracts

Kamla: UNC will not pay "30 pieces of silver" to bring in PNM rejects

Bret no threat, but expect bad weather next 2 days

Storm alerts in Barbados, Dominica as Bret approaches
Although it poses no direct threat to Trinidad and Tobago, all eyes are on Tropical Storm Bret, which was located just over 1,300 kilometres east of Tobago yesterday evening. Tropical storm watches have been issued for Barbados and Dominica, where tropical storm conditions are possible on Thursday.

Presbyterian Board goes to court over new hiring policy for primary teachers
The new recruitment process would require all Teacher I (Primary) vacancies across all schools to be advertised. The board argues that the new process is unlawful.

It said it would cause "the erosion of assurances given by the Concordat" and that halting the established process and starting a completely new one was not only unlawful but arbitrary.

Judge refuses to lift transfer ban for bearded Muslim prison officers
A HIGH COURT judge has refused to set aside an injunction which prevents the Commissioner of Prisons from transferring two Muslim prison officers who have complained of a policy barring them from wearing beards.

Works Ministry employees pelted with stones
More protests over bad roads in Barrackpore

St Ann's patient shot during confrontation with police
Police used a stun gun and pepper spray during a confrontation with a 28-year-old man in La Horquetta on Sunday before they shot him.

The incident took place around midday on Sunday along Molly Ahye Crescent, Phase 4, La Horquetta.

La Romaine woman wants son's 2016 murder solved
June 16 marked the seventh anniversary of Mark Kern Richardson's death.

The 26-year-old was gunned down outside the gates of his apartment at Dottin Street, San Fernando, which he had only begun renting six months earlier.

Father of murdered Grande man: Justice won't bring back my boy
Auguste, 23, was travelling in the back seat of a car on Logwood Trace, Mafeking Village, Mayaro, at around 9.30 pm on Sunday when the car was shot at.

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