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Public Service Transport Corporation (PTSC) bus drivers are expected to return to work this morning but will continue their work-to-rule action until their demands for salary negotiations are met. The drivers agreed to return to work after word that Labour Minister Errol McLeod had agreed to meet with PTSC management and the workers’ union at his Duke...

Thursday, March 5, 2015

A ticket to the zoo could get you a chance to name a tiger.

The Emperor Valley Zoo has invited the public to name its newest babies, two white tiger cubs born in January.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

The probe continues into the source of an oily substance that contaminated the Water and Sewerage Authority's Caroni Water Treatment Plant last week.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley last night revealed for the first time his private conversation with former Integrity Commission chairman Ken Gordon in the E-mailgate affair.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Three St James men pleaded not guilty yesterday on charges of armed robbery and attempted rape. The trio—Leekemus Murphy, 20, of Isaac Terrace, Bournes Road; Jessie Walters, 19, of Bombay Street and Solomon Harridan, 19, of Brunton Road—were charged by PC Nicholas Nurse of the Western Division Ta

Thursday, March 5, 2015

When the election bell is finally rung, this week will be remembered as the launch pad of the major players in their bid for certain political turf which will make the difference between victory and loss at the polls. That the general election is drawing nearer has also been reinforced by People’

Thursday, March 5, 2015

The commission of enquiry into the Las Alturas housing project adjourned early yesterday after the lead attorney Vincent Nelson, QC, representing the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) was unable to be heard as he had not yet been granted permission by the High Court to practise locally. Nelso

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Leader of Government Business Dr Roodal Moonilal says government is proceeding with its move of no confidence against Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley despite criticisms that it will have no effect on his position. In an interview, Moonilal said the motion was not meant to remove Rowley as Oppos

Thursday, March 5, 2015

A traffic pileup on the Priority Bus Route yesterday added to the woes of commuters who were forced to use maxi taxis as an alternative mode of transportation due to the industrial action taken by Public Transport Service Corporation drivers. Route Two Maxi Taxi Association PRO Christopher Serret

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Works Minister Dr Suruj Rambachan and  former minister Gary Griffith said yesterday they hope the E-mailgate investigation can be concluded quickly. They said so yesterday after being contacted for comment in the wake of acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams confirmation that the Police Ser

Thursday, March 5, 2015

The cries of pregnant cancer patient Melissa Evans echoed throughout the Port-of-Spain Magistrate’s Court yesterday after she was told she had to spend a night in prison after being denied bail in the multi-million dollar pawn shop robbery matter. 

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