Education and Research Officer at the Oilfield Workers Trade Union, Ozzi Warwick says the union is yet to receive any further correspondence from state owned oil company, Petrotrin, relative to yesterday’s remarks made by the union’s president, Ancel Roget.
Warwick, speaking on Power 102.1FM on Friday, said the state company’s demand is yet another move […]
State owned oil company, Petrotrin has accepted an invitation by the Ministry of Labour to treat with an ongoing trade dispute concerning an extension of leave for union business for three employees, one of whom is Oilfield Workers Trade Union President, Ancel Roget.
In a media release issued this afternoon, Petrotrin explained that a […]
The teacher’s union plans to highlight several matters it deems important during a scheduled meeting with the Permanent Secretary of the Education Ministry tomorrow.
Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association, Devanand Sinanan, in a News Power Now interview this afternoon said issues such as relating to school repairs will be high on the agenda.
The officers, all constables, have been identified as 37 -year- old Dave Ramkissoon, 29 -year -old Sean Hutchinson, 26 -year- old Gary John and 26- year- old Aquilan Baptiste- all officers […]
The life and legacy of Trinidad Guardian Associate Business Editor, Sandra Chouthi is today being remembered and praised by officials at the Tobago House of Assembly.
In a statement on the passing of 49 year old Chouthi, the Department of Information of the Tobago House of Assembly used the words passionate and determined to describe […]
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