• Plans by the Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) to retrench 25 percent of its workers have been met with indignation by the Communication Workers Union (CWU). The Union claims that political motivation inspired the move and has accused the company of nepotism and political interference. According to the Union the company plans to get rid of 200 employees from their staff including executives, managers and policing staff. It said that the company’s reason for doing this is to reduce wage [ Read More ]


  • Southern Division police have arrested two men, from Laventille and Arouca. The men were detained and charged after officers stopped their vehicle, during a random stop and search exercise around 10pm on Wednesday, along the Solomon Hochoy Highway. According to reports, the driver of the vehicle was found to have had no driver’s permit in his possession. He reportedly complained of chest pains and was taken to the San Fernando General Hospital under police guard. Upon searching the other man, police say they [ Read More ]

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  • The people of Haiti will have another option on their hands when they go to purchase fuel. This morning Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Haitian President Michel Martelly signed energy agreements at the Hilton Trinidad. Part of this agreement is for Trinidad and Tobago’s National Petroleum Marketing Company (NP) to construct 9 gas stations on the island. The cost of the investment is around US$ 30 million dollars. Haiti’s leader and a number of regional heads are in this country to meet with Japanese [ Read More ]

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