A “cease to report” to work order has been issued to the teacher at Tranquillity Government Primary School in Port of Spain who has been accused of verbally abusing and threatening her pupils.
POLICE are warning citizens to take precautions and observe their surroundings following several reports of robberies, with two incidents taking place in car parks on Thursday.
Sold to the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU) for US$700 million ($4.76 billion). A company wholly owned by the OWTU has been selected as the preferred bidder of the State-owned Pointe-a-Pierre refinery, formerly Petrotrin.
PRESIDENT general of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU) Ancel Roget says the union’s winning bid for the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery is for all citizens, not just former Petrotrin workers. Government yesterday announced Patriotic Energies and Technologies Company Ltd, a company wholly owned by the OWTU, as the successful bidder for the sale of the refinery.
Three men wearing what appeared to be police tactical gear shot and killed a Petit Valley man on Thursday night. The deceased has been identified as Daniel “Danny Boy” Gowrie, 35, of Upper Stoer Drive, Petit Valley.
As of October 1, the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain will restrict items that people can bring into the Embassy, in order to speed security checks and reduce time spent in lines.
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A Tobago teenager charged with the murder of Elias Dabourah appeared before a Tobago Magistrate today.
CRIMINALS killed a man and ‘mummified’ the body, then dumped it in a drain in Maraval on Thursday.
MEN wearing police tactical gear shot and killed a Petit Valley man on Thursday night.
Minister of National Security Stuart Young made an unannounced visit to Caracas, Venezuela on Thursday.