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Route Two Maxi Taxi Association backs government’s plan not to remove fuel subsidy

Route Two Maxi Taxi Association backs government’s plan not to remove fuel subsidy

Government's plan not to remove the fuel subsidy which amount to billions of dollars each year is getting the support of the Route Two Maxi Taxi Assoc ...
Fracas breaks at PSA general council

Fracas breaks at PSA general council

A fracas erupted at the headquarters of the Public Services Association today as Watson Duke suspended 4 members of the organization's general council ...
Sookoo reflects on her brother’s life Terry Bahal

Sookoo reflects on her brother’s life Terry Bahal

Reflecting on the life of her brother, Terry Bahal, who was murdered, Agriculture Society of Trinidad and Tobago President, Dhano Sookoo, tells Power ...
Point Fortin Mayor welcomes news by Minister of Works

Point Fortin Mayor welcomes news by Minister of Works

Point Fortin Mayor, Clyde Paul, welcomes news by Works Minister, Jack Warner, that his Ministry has received 250 million dollars for road repairs. ...
PM in good spirits

PM in good spirits

On day two of observation by medical personnel,  Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar, is in good spirits following Tuesday's diagnosis that she has ...
OWTU and T&TEC extend time for a wage settlement

OWTU and T&TEC extend time for a wage settlement

The Oilfield Workers Trade Union and the management of Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission have agreed to extend the time for a wage settlement ...
Local Government Minister Sharma meeting with Central Trinidad on dengue outbreak

Local Government Minister Sharma meeting with Central Trinidad on dengue outbreak

Local Government Minister, Chandresh Sharman is at this time meeting with stakeholders in Central Trinidad with regards to a possible dengue outbreak ...
Two officers charged for soliciting bribes

Two officers charged for soliciting bribes

Two police officers are arrested and charged for soliciting bribes. On Saturday the officer's one attached from Chaguanas Borough Corporation and t ...
Tobago Hoteliers Association tell stakeholders to maintain high standards

Tobago Hoteliers Association tell stakeholders to maintain high standards

Tourism stakeholders are being encouraged by the Tobago Hoteliers Association to maintain high standards, be creative and give their best especially i ...
TUCO continues to lobby for the nation’s highest award for Sparrow

TUCO continues to lobby for the nation’s highest award for Sparrow

The Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organization continues to lobby for Dr. Slinger Francisco "the Mighty Sparrow" to be given the nation's highest awar ...
Employers Consultative Association appeals to trade union leaders for good sense to prevail

Employers Consultative Association appeals to trade union leaders for good sense to prevail

With trade union leaders showing no signs of changing their plans on a national strike, the Employers Consultative Association is joining the growing ...
PM diagnosed with dengue fever

PM diagnosed with dengue fever

Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar, is diagnosed with dengue fever. This was  confirmed by a release from the Office of the Prime Minister. ...
Mixed views on police officers strike action

Mixed views on police officers strike action

Mixed views from citizens toward today's strike action by police officers. So far the Public Affairs Unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service ...
DOMA President says business slower than normal

DOMA President says business slower than normal

President of the Down Town Owners and Merchant Association, Gregory Aboud, reveals business has been slower than normal in light of today's rest and r ...
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