The parliament is told by Transport Minister, Stephen Cadiz, that at this time, it is not economically viable to establish a Water Taxi Service in La Brea and Point Fortin.
Questioned on the promised start of the service in these communities by La Brea MP , Fitzgerald Jeffrey and Point Fortin MP, Paula Gopee Scoon, […]
One of the findings of an internal probe done into the March 23rd series of nationwide road blocks has revealed that there was a breakdown in control for a short period of time between senior and junior officers in various police divisions.
National Security Minister, Carl Alfonso made the revelation as he presented the report […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Postal Workers’ Union is today questioning TTPOST’s Chief Personnel Officer and the company’s management, on the status of commencement for wage negotiations for the period 2011 to 2013.
At noon today, union members protested outside the CPO’s St. Vincent Street, Port- of -Spain office demanding answers on the issue.
Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar yesterday commissioned this country’s diplomatic high commission building in Jamaica, as she arrived on the island ahead of bilateral talks with CARICOM member countries.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony yesterday, Mrs. Persad Bissessar said the event was a symbolic one as it appropriated punctuated the belief and mission to ensure […]
The government indicates that news guidelines have been given to the Chief Personnel Officer relating to on-going wage negotiations with the police and prison service.
In the past representatives of both the police and prison associations have expressed concerned about the status of the talks at the bargaining table.
During proceedings in the House of […]
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