The Arima Borough Council is taking action to address illegal vending.
It describes the situation as getting out of control.
However, Arima Mayor, Lisa Morris Julien, in a News Power Now interview this afternoon explained that an arrangement is in place at the borough’s market to properly accommodate vendors who ply their trade on […]
One trade union contends that workers should not be made to feel the brunt of tough economic times through job cuts.
The Oilfield Workers Trade Union claims that the situation is being experienced in both the public and private sectors.
OWTU Education and Research Officer, Ozzie Warwick, in a News Power Now interview this afternoon […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard reveals it has no positive sighting as yet of Dinesh Mahabir of Marabella who reportedly disappeared during a swim with two other persons.
News Power Now understands that the incident took place around 6am at a beach near Frontin Road Guayaguayare on Sunday.
Public Relations Officer of the […]
The Contractors Association of Trinidad and Tobago is reporting that the industry is picking up momentum.
Officials in the sector have revealed that the sector has been adversely affected by a slowdown of construction activity with some contractors forced to lay off workers or close operations.
However, Ramlogan Roopnarinesingh, CATT President, in a News […]
The Tobago Division of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce says it has received feedback that prices on some items on the island have increased.
It attributes this development to the level of unpredictability in sea transportation between Port of Spain and Scarborough.
President of the organization, Demi John Cruickshank, in a News Power […]
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