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The Industrial Court has ordered several employers to pay their workers almost $11 million in compensation. Most of the cases were for wrongful dismissal.
The ghastly murders, terrifying kidnappings and daring robberies that have left citizens living in discomfort is one that can only be dealt with spiritually.
The recent announcement by the Prime Minister that he was turning to former UNC attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj to assist the Government with the revival of the death penalty caused some...
Approximately 400,000 households in T&T, expected to begin paying property taxes this year, will raise around $500 million in revenue for the Government.
The bill intended to abolish preliminary inquiries in this country, which is currently before the Parliament, is “bad law” akin to the controversial healthcare bill recently proposed by United...
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi will not be backing down on his plans to implement legislation to abolish preliminary inquiries.
The minor campaign to mark last Monday’s World Happiness Day in T&T revealed, quite inadvertently, the fundamental defects that retard progress in this society.
The Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket programme, which is in its 17th year is now impacting the intellectual and physical development of more than 3,000 children in schools throughout T&T.
Head of the Hindu Prachar Kendra, Ravi Ji, says the panyard should be treated as a sacred space.
“MAYHEM”, screamed the Guardian headline on Friday as four more brutal murders were reported and more cases of people gone missing. Earlier in the week a schoolboy was found murdered.
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