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OWTU wants PM to hold his hand on Petrotrin, offers alternative plan

Hold your hand—the OWTU (Oilfield Workers Trade Union) has an alternative plan. That’s the 11th-hour call to Government from the OWTU regarding Government’s decision to...

…Public systems ready to handle the unemployed?

Are public education, health, and other systems ready to handle increased demand which will follow the sacking of Petrotrin workers? “Unemployed people have no choice...

New offer on the table for private schools …$4,000 per student

The Ministry of Education is prepared to increase its offer by $400 for students placed in private secondary schools, taking the figure to $4,000...

Earthquake damage causes 4 schools to remain closed

Four primary schools will remain closed tomorrow, at the start of the new school term, mainly as a result of post-earthquake damage. They have...

Cheques for school caterers tomorrow

Funds will be made available tomorrow to caterers with the National School Dietary Services Limited (NSDSL). Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education Lenor Baptiste-Simmons...

Galleons Passage makes Tobago run in 4.5 hours

The trial run of the Galleons Passage between Trinidad and Tobago was a success according to the National Infrastructure and Development Company (Nidco). The inter-island...

Company claims union intimidation

Even in the face of an injunction from the High Court, protests continued outside Lennox Petroleum Services (LPS) in San Fernando on Thursday as...

Unite to move country forward

President Paula-Mae Weekes yesterday urged Government members, Opposition MPs and members of the diplomatic corps that we need boundless heart, sacrifice and effort, as...

President steals show at Savannah parade

Thunderous cheers, whistles and applause greeted a smiling President Paula Mae-Weekes, as she entered the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, yesterday to commemorate the country’s...

50 blood samples test negative for malaria

Fifty blood samples taken from Cedros residents have been diagnosed as negative for malaria but councillor Shankar Teelucksingh says testing must continue. In an interview...

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