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CAL passengers safe after mid-flight mishap

The passengers and crew of a Caribbean airlines Boeing 737-800, ugg classic Basse soldes new balance chaussures bound for New York are safe after a bird reportedly collided with the plane in mid-flight yesterday. canada goose Blousons vente de newbalance According to a release issued by Caribbean Airlines, moncler Doudounes soldes newbalance the plane which left the Argyle International Airport ...

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101 years laid to rest

On the eve of the country’s 56th anniversary of Independence, the board of Petrotrin announced it was shutting down the state oil company’s refinery and marketing operations, choosing instead to focus on exploration and production. Over 2,500 jobs will be affected, and all refining jobs — about 1,700 — will be terminated as the company begins its transition period on ...

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Diatonic youth make music

GARY CARDINEZ TWENTY-FOUR children participated and graduated from Vacation Pan Camp organised by Diatonic Pan Institute. nike magista pas cher newbalance 2018 The camp ran from July 9 to August 10 and the happy campers were taught to play an instrument, understand rhythm and music theory. nike air presto Sporting activities were also part of the camp. air max 1 ...

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Kamla: No gimmicks on Petrotrin

CAUTION, not gimmicks, will be needed in the handling of Petrotrin, urged Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, weighing in on yesterday’s announcement of the shutdown of the state oil firm’s refinery at Pointe-a-Pierre. puma pas cher acheter newbalance In a statement, she urged the Government to take a “cautious and pragmatic approach.” She said the way Petrotrin’s restructuring is handled will ...

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Petrotrin oil refinery announces shut down, 1700 workers to lose jobs

State-owned oil company Petrotrin announced today that its refinery and marketing unit will be shut down within the coming months. soldes newbalance chaussures As a result, doudoune canada goose NEW BALANCE en France 1,700 temporary and permanent refinery workers will lose their jobs in about two months, doudoune canada goose newbalance pas cher while another 800 will be kept on ...

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Mille Fleurs report soon

WHETHER or not the historic building known as Mille Fleurs can be saved will be established by a dilapidation report currently being compiled by Cuban experts, Udecott chairman Noel Garcia told Newsday today. nike air huarache avis He did not yet have word as to whether the house had suffered any damage during the August 21 earthquake, but expected to ...

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‘Birthday boy’ drowns

INSTEAD of celebrating Keshion Rampersad’s 21st birthday today, moncler homme soldes new balance pas cher his relatives are searching for his body after he drowned on Sunday evening at a Moruga beach. canada goose New Balance Baskets Femme Police say around 5.30 pm Rampersad was bathing with three relatives at Lanse Mitan beach when they got into difficulty in the ...

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McCullum fires TKR top of CPL

TRINBAGO Knight Riders (TKR) continued their excellent form on the road, winning their third match in a row with a four-wicket victory over the Barbados Tridents at Kensington Oval in Barbados, last night. Chasing just 129 for victory, Brendon McCullum’s swashbuckling half-century lifted TKR to 130/6 in 16.3 overs. ugg soldes 2018 The result elevated TKR to top of the ...

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Rowley warns civil aviation workers against abandoning their posts on Friday

Days before Friday’s planned nationwide shut down by the trade unions, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley took aim at civil aviation workers, warning that if they abandon their post they may face personal legal consequences. At a political meeting at Marabella last night to discuss the resurgence of Petrotrin, Rowley reminded civil aviation workers they are part of an essential ...

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Rowley warns civil aviation workers against abandoning their posts on Friday

Days before Friday’s planned nationwide shut down by the trade unions, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley took aim at civil aviation workers, warning that if they abandon their post they may face personal legal consequences. At a political meeting at Marabella last night to discuss the resurgence of Petrotrin, Rowley reminded civil aviation workers they are part of an essential ...

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