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Chamber calls for level-headedness on Petrotrin

THE TT Chamber of Industry and Commerce wants the Government and labour movement to adopt “a level-headed approach” for a successful way forward following “escalating tensions” after the announcement of closure of Petrotrin’s Pointe-a-Pierre refinery. puma 2018 shop The country’s biggest business group said in a release that calls by Oilfield Workers’ Trade Union president general Ancel Roget for all ...

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Carolyn challenges Khan to public debate on Petrotrin

CONGRESS of the People (COP) leader Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan is challenging Energy Minister Franklin Khan to a public debate on government’s decision to close the refinery of state-owned Petrotrin. Seepersad-Bachan who served as Energy Minister between 2010 and 2011 is also calling for the details of the McKinsey report on Petrotrin to be made public. She made the call while speaking ...

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‘Inside job’ suspected in Ariapita Avenue bank break-in

Woodbrook police are reviewing CCTV footage and interviewing bank staff after an ATM was broken into early on Sunday morning. chaussures asics Police said the break-in happened at around 2 am at the Republic Bank ATM at the corner of Ariapita Avenue and Murray Street in Woodbrook, puma homme in which a sensor for the ATM was stolen. timberland pas ...

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Businesswoman charged with exploitation

A 67-year-old businesswoman from Point Lisas yesterday appeared before an Arima magistrate charged with holding a 27-year-old Bolivian man for the purpose of labour exploitation. Radica Persad, the owner of R Persad Service Station, appeared before Magistrate Debby-Ann Bassaw in the Arima Third Magistrates Court yesterday. nike air max 90 pas cher The charge was laid indictably, but the magistrate ...

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Chag tracking station damaged by quake

  A concrete counter-weight attached to the Chaguaramas tracking station dish fell off as a result of last month’s 6.9 magnitude earthquake and some hikers fear other parts are now at risk of falling, posing a hazard to those who visit the area. nike air max 90 femme gris rose The station’s giant dish, on a hilltop overlooking the sea ...

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Rohan: Berthing woes ‘small thing’

  AN unfazed Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan said the Galleons Passage’s difficulty in berthing at the Scarborough Port on Saturday was nothing unusual and had happened to other ferries before. nike x fragment “There’s no major challenge to the berthing.Vessels berthing in Tobago or in Trinidad always have to make some adjustment, so it’s no different for ...

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Mitchell: Crime not stopping us

SAN Fernando East MP Randall Mitchell said his constituents will not allow crime to “adversely affect their quality of life.” Mitchell made this declaration in a statement about Independence Day celebrations in Mon Repos, nike air max flyknit 2017 which falls within the constituency. canada goose pas cher The statement noted that since the murder of resident Reon Massey last ...

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Roget: Government already has a potential buyer for the refinery

PRESIDENT General of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) Ancel Roget today accused Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of already having a potential buyer for the refinery at Petrotrin. Only last evening in a televised addressed to the nation, Rowley said OWTU would be given the first option to buy the refinery. nike mercurial “He is asking the union to ...

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Relatives remain mum on girl’s drowning

RELATIVES of eight-year-old Tenille Giselle Du Bois, who drowned in a makeshift pool last Saturday, refused to comment on the child’s death while police investigate. asics soldes When Newsday visited the family’s home at Morne Coco Road, Petit Valley, relatives were unwilling to speak. newbalance 2018 The child’s mother, whose name was not given to reporters, stayed inside the house ...

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Support for Operation Strike Back

CRIMINOLOGIST Prof Ramesh Deosaran today expressed support for Operation Strike Back, as outlined on Sunday by Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith in Arouca. “I wish him well,” the former Police Service Commission chairman said. puma chaussure Deosaran said it was important to attack criminal gangs on two fronts. He identified the first front as the culture within communities which ...

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