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Posted: Saturday, January 13, 2024

Thousands show up at TTPS recruitment drive

Relaxed dress code at Govt offices from Monday
It is now acceptable to wear slippers, shorts and vests when conducting business at Government offices.

Changed landscape after Bas: PNM, UNC, Mickela future factor

Gittens new IC chairman
A release from the Office of the President stated Gittens is a business and financial consultant with more than 40 years of broad-based financial sector experience both as a market operator and as a regulator. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Manchester Business School, and a Master of Science in accounting and a Bachelor of Science in industrial management, both from The University of the West Indies, St Augustine.

Homes evacuated as Mayaro mud volcano erupts
Reports say it's emitting gas as well

Days after pulling out of QP Savannah presence following murder: bpTT sponsors Panorama
bpTT said the new pan initiative celebrates the national instrument and the music that fuels this festival, while providing opportunities for the public to experience live performances from some of the nation's top steelbands.

TTUTA: Meaningful intervention needed to tackle school violence
In addition to improving security at schools, Lum Kin says currently the Students Support Services Division is severely understaffed, and attention must be placed there. He's also suggesting that the approach to curbing school violence start at the Early Childhood Care level.

Scrap iron dealers call on Gov't to lift ban on copper exports
They're asking for it to be done on a temporary basis

Soldier's body found by visiting friend
Police said Arnold Roach, 52, who suffered from asthma, high blood pressure and other ailments over a period, is believed to have died from natural causes.

Gym owner still in hospital after mall shooting
St John remains warded and had surgery for his facial wound. He suffered major injuries to his face, but none are said to be life-threatening.

Tobago records 2nd murder
Tobago recorded its second murder for 2024 yesterday, after Akinde Bissoon, of Sou Sou Lands, was found dead in Old Grange.

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