charged under Osha appear in court
THREE companies slapped with a total of 11 charges
for alleged offences relating to the collapse of the
scaffolding at the Customs and Excise building construction
site in Port-of-Spain, in July, last year, made their
first appearance at the Industrial Court yesterday...
fondles five-year-old girl
police are on the hunt for a woman who allegedly fondled
a five-year-old girl at a school in south Trinidad
family accuses police of firebombing
Bournes voice shook yesterday morning as he
claimed police officers firebombed his familys
home at John Street, Pelican Extension in Morvant...
centre hit by staff shortage
of court matters have been put on hold as the Forensic
Science Centre (FSC) is being allowed to operate below
fatal workplace accidents last year
number of reported workplace accidents in
T&T increased by 56 per cent between
2005 and 2006, Labour Minister Danny Montano
said yesterday. However, he added that the
number of fatal accidents declined last
all-inclusive that has grown by leaps and
bounds since its inception a handful of
years ago, Central Bank pulled off a bigger
coup Friday night by having Machel Montano
HD as their headline act...
INTERNATIONAL Cricket Council (ICC) venue
development team headed by Don Lockerbie
will make their final venue inspection
in T&T today with the World Cup just
one month away...
wind whistles through tall pine trees atop
a ridge in central Trinidad...
puts spin on fete
Rotary Club of Port-of-Spain, in collaboration
with the Princess Elizabeth Centre, presents
its first all-inclusive Carnival fete to
raise funds for charitable work, on Sunday
February 11, from 2 pm8 pm, at the
Princess Elizabeth Centre Grounds, 101-103
Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook. Tickets are
priced at $350...
With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekends major fetes...
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