Monthly Archives: February 2016
800 workers dismissed from private & public sector according to Labour Minister
Over 800 workers have been dismissed from 27 companies in the public and private sectors since the People’s National Government took office.
Prisons officer murdered outside his Laventille home
A prisons officer dies at hospital, moments after he was shot in Laventille.
Helen Drayton Resigns as Chairman of the board of CNMG
Helen Drayton has resigned as chairman of the board of CNMG and the Government Information Services Limited.
Education Minister removes 24 students from Chaguanas North Secondary
The Education Minister has decided to remove 24 students from the Chaguanas North Secondary school.
Double murder in St. John’s Road
Police continue investigations into a double murder in St. Augustine.
MET office forecasting potential hot-spell for the rest of the week
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is forecasting potential hot-spell conditions for Trinidad and Tobago for the rest of the week.
Montano drops lawsuit against Dwight Yorke
Soca artiste Machel Montano drops the lawsuit against former national football captain Dwight Yorke, for the use of his name to promote a concert in Tobago.
Mother of three warded after being doused with acid and forced to drink a corrosive substance
A 40 year-old man who allegedly doused his ex-girlfriend with acid remains on the run.
CGL and Agriculture Stakeholders in Guyana express strong desire to deepen relationship
Guyana is looking at T&T’s model of hot pepper production and the sharing of production of marketing by Caroni Green Limited (CGL) and personnel from the Agriculture Committee of the Private Sector Commission of Guyana.
Passenger Train derails near Dutch town of Dalfsen
A passenger train derails near the Dutch town of Dalfsen, leaving one person dead.
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