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Public servants, some of whom arrive at work at 8.am. 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.

IN the last four years Chinese tech firm, Huawei, has invested $272 million (US$40 million) in Trinidad and Tobago. “And we will continue to invest in developing this country because we have long-term plans for T&T,” pledged Jeff Jin, Huawei’s newly appointed chief executive officer for T&T and the Eastern Caribbean.

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Humbled. That’s Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith’s reaction to the support he is receiving from the public. However, he said he will give it up in a heartbeat if that support could instead be filtered down to the entire Trini­dad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS).

Thanks but no thanks. Wheel and come again. This is the message president of the Public Services Association Watson Duke has sent to UNC political leader Kamla Persad Bissessar, who on Tuesday called for unity with the trade union movement, ahead of next year’s general election.

President of the Public Services Association (PSA) Watson Duke claims Government is trying to destroy the Chaguaramas Development Authority (C…

ExporTT Ltd is ramping up efforts to help local exporters penetrate Latin American markets. It’s no easy task, admits the company’s export promotions manager Betty-Ann Noriega Mollineau.

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