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PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has responded to Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) president general Ancel Roget’s appeal not to shut down Petrotrin by assuring government would give any “acceptable business proposal” the union presents, the dignity and respect it deserves. He...
AN AUTOPSY yesterday concluded that Victor Hutchinson and his sister Claudette Casell, two elderly people who were found dead at Casell’s home in Chinapoo Village, Morvant, died from blunt force trauma and strangulation and not by chopping as police initially thought. When police discovered...
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi says while the previous administration built new courts they did not maintain them. He said that in 2013, under the UNC, the buildings, operations and facilities operation in the Judiciary was removed and resulted in the crumbling of the plant and machinery in the...
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley will this morning fly to Guyana to discuss issues including energy with the Guyanese leadership, a release from the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) confirmed yesterday. Rowley will meet with Guyana President David Granger. “Bilateral discussions between the...
INDEPENDENT Senator Sophia Chote has described legislation to allow Commonwealth lawyers to serve in this jurisdiction, as Supreme Court judges, as insulting and unfair to local attorneys. She made this known while contributing to Senate debate yesterday on the Miscellaneous Provisions (Supreme...
JASON “Sparkle” Richards is the latest victim in a ‘war’ that been raging for the past two years in an area known as the Wall in the Orange Field, Chase Village area. Richards, 34, was gunned down a short distance away from his home in Lion Drive at 5.30 pm on Monday by two...
A SIXTH member of the Estate Police Association (EPA), who works in the Airports Authority (AATT), was suspended yesterday. Zezellin Thomas showed up to work only to be handed the suspension letter. Those suspended are branch vice president Kenneth Joseph, Kamichan Maharaj, Leslie Young, Joshua...
Maxi taxi drivers who transport schoolchildren are still awaiting outstanding payments for one week in July. President of the Tobago National Maxi Taxi Owners and Drivers, Cloyd Williams, noting that the majority of money owed – $1 million for June and July – was paid two weeks ago,...
Retiree James David, 72, of Bon Accord, on Monday pleaded guilty to marijuana, telling Magistrate Indar Jagroo that he has been advised by a doctor in Barbados to drink tea made from the leaves of marijuana and Moringa, twice a day, to deal with his prostate condition. David appeared before Jagroo...
Low occupancy continues to plague the accommodation sector of the tourism industry with hoteliers and bed and breakfast operators holding out hope that the next traditionally busy season – November/December may bring a change in fortunes, and that the Galleon’s Passage may bring in the...

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