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Members of the Salaries Review Commission (SRC) and the Chief Personnel Office (CPO) are refusing to divulge any details of the four-hour meeting held yesterday to discuss President Anthony Carmona's $28,000 housing allowance. The two groups met in a secretive, emergency meeting yesterday from 2

Having committed no crime, faced no judge or jury, an Arima family is now in jail. Unlike the Maximum Security Prison, their holding cells are not located behind high walls and barbed wire fences but their own home.

Local Content Chamber president Lennox Sirjuesingh has taken issue with the announcement that a Danish firm is being considered to address the collapse of the Manzanilla/Mayaro road.

The Mayaro-Manzanilla flood damage is far more extensive than initially thought, Works and Transport Minister Suruj Rambachan admitted yesterday. As such, Government will be transporting pumps into the area to assist in siphoning out flood waters out of the Nariva Swamp area, which were still rel

Foreign Service officers of various levels and new ambassadors are heading T&T’s missions in the UK, Canada, India, Costa Rica and the United Nations mission in New York, according to information from Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran.

Marabella resident Akimoo Roger says his son, daughter and wife are still sick and is calling on state-owned oil company Petrotrin to release medical reports and provide compensation for residents. In August, oil escaped from Petrotrin’s Pointe-a-Pierre refinery when one of its tanks (MP 6) faile

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has said, thus far, allegations contained in an e-mail sent to her by junior Works Minister Stacy Roopnarine on a contract bidding issue have not been evidenced in any regard.

Industrial Court judges yesterday ruled that the termination of 68 workers by state-owned oil company National Petroleum (NP) was “harsh and oppressive” and ordered the company to reinstate them. The court also ordered NP to pay the workers all their salary and benefits to yesterday’s date by the

There have been 164 confirmed cases of chikungunya and 2,000 suspected cases in T&T, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan says. Replying to Opposition MP Dr Amery Browne’s questions in Parliament yesterday, Khan said the 164 cases had been confirmed by testing. 

The suspect held in connection with the sexual assault of a nine-year-old student at the Scarborough Roman Catholic School on Tuesday is due to appear in court today. The man, 19, will appear, even as the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) continues to improve security measures at the school. 

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