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One day after employees at Trinidad Cement Limited picketed outside their workplace, officials at TCL are expressing surprise at the action by the OWTU.

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Thursday, 06 April 2017 16:13

4pm Update - Thursday April 6th, 2017

One day after employees at Trinidad Cement Limited picketed the company, TCL is expressing surprise at the action by the OWTU; and Government explores options for uninterrupted cargo ferry services after Super Fast Galicia's recall on April 18th. 

Director of the Centre for Human Development Hanif Benjamin has stressed that more focus should be placed on the physical effects of trauma.
Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday morning, he says while trauma is largely seen as a mental issue it often leads to physical problems such as lifestyle diseases.
The Tobago House of Assembly's Chief Secretary, Kelvin Charles, could not give a timeline as to when arrears owed to workers of the Tobago Regional Health Authority would be paid. 
He said however that the Finance Division of the Assembly is in close contact with the Finance Ministry on the matter.
He said the necessary paper work must be done by the Division of Finance for funds to be disbursed to the THA in order for the arrears to be paid.
President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ravi Suryadevara says the government must look at ways to maximise productivity in this economic climate.
The AMCHAM head said recent announcements of further government borrowing could be beneficial if the money is used properly. 
However he says over the past two decades the country does not have an excellent return of investment.
Thursday, 06 April 2017 15:09

Attorney Gets $75K Bail For Fraud

A San Fernando Attorney has been granted bail in the sum of $75,000, after he was charged for allegedly pocketing money handed over to him by a client to facilitate the purchase of a parcel of land.

Thursday, 06 April 2017 14:49

Government Explores Cargo Ferry Options

The Cabinet has not yet come up with a solution to resolve the issue of transporting cargo to and from Trinidad and Tobago.

Thursday, 06 April 2017 12:18

News Update For Thursday 6th April 2017

A man suspected of killing Melissa Ramkissoon has surrendered to police; No word yet from THA on when TRHA workers would be paid backpay; Corned beef ban still in effect among other stories.

Thursday, 06 April 2017 11:55

Corned Beef Ban Still In Effect In T&T

While Jamaica and Barbados may have lifted bans on corned beef imported from Brazil restrictions remain in Trinidad and Tobago.
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