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The Government has announced major changes to the boards of Trini­dad Petroleum Holdings Ltd and its four subsidiary companies with the removal of chairman Wilfred Espinet and chief executive ­officer of Heritage Petroleum Com­pany Ltd Mike Wylie.

Public servants, some of whom arrive at work at but don’t leave until 6 p.m., are “hurt to the core” by the Prime Minister’s suggestion that they are lazy. So says president of the Public Services Association, Watson Duke. Duke said he was shocked, perturbed and upset when he saw Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s comments about public servants yesterday.

After earning rave reviews and attracting record numbers of visitors to the Queen’s Park Savannah over the past week, the Carifesta XIV “Grand Market” will officially close its gates tomorrow at 6 p.m.

A MAN charged with the rape of his 12-year-old daughter has asked for a chance to question her in court over the allegation. The 35-year-old father who is representing himself in the case, also wants to cross examine the girl’s mother.

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THE Caroni Bird Sanctuary was the scene of an animal lover's nightmare on Wednesday when dozens of cats were found dead a stone's throw from the sanctuary's car park.

From Associated Press


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