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A Look Back At January 2017

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January 2017, the month when the Oilfields Workers Trade Union almost brought the country to its knees with the threat of a 90-day strike over stalled wage negotiations.


It was also the month the murder toll sky-rocketed.

Pan Trinbago was thrown into chaos after cheques bounced.

The child marriage bill was passed and Watson Duke entered the Assembly Hall of Tobago.

Leeron Brumell takes a look back.

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