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Dear Sir: The articles under the rubric Industrial Relations published in the Guardian newspaper every Sunday support the contention that the Joint Chambers meeting in March was called to plan and launch a political and economic offensive against the workers of this country. It is reasonable to also conclude that the employers knew in advance […]

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New York Daily News:-  A federal judge in the United States has ruled that former drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán cannot enjoy a hug with his wife before his trial begins next week. U.S. District Judge Brian Cogan wrote that “the court is sympathetic to the request,” citing Guzmán’s “exemplary” conduct and “grace under […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has said that he has no reaction to a recent cabinet shuffle that saw Senator Fortuna Belrose being stripped of responsibility for the Castries Constituency Council (CCC). Belrose, formerly Minister within the Ministry for Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports, Culture and Local Government,  is now Minister in the Ministry of […]

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Trinidad Newsday:- SHELDON and Lystra Jackson, the parents of sick baby Sheenece Jackson, are racing against time to shed over 100 pounds to save their only daughter. They have less than five months to do it. Sheenece must have a liver transplant before she turns two next March, and with no other donor coming forward, doctors […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith says in the com­ing months he will be form­ing a di­vi­sion to tack­le white col­lar crime. Speak­ing yes­ter­day at a sem­i­nar at the Uni­ver­si­ty of the West In­dies St Au­gus­tine Cam­pus, host­ed by the De­part­ment of Po­lit­i­cal Sci­ence and ti­tled ‘En­gen­der­ing Trust in the Po­lice Ser­vice’, the com­mis­sion­er was asked […]

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(UPI) –– Police in Idaho said they rounded up a loose turkey that was “terrorizing” a neighborhood and they were searching for its owner. The Shoshone Police Department said in a Facebook post that a loose turkey spotted on North Fir Street was “terrorizing the neighborhood.” “Once gain another animal has escaped from the Shoshone petting zoo… but […]

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Associated Press–  A commercial fisherman who faked his death to avoid incarceration for a sexual assault has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Federal prosecutors say the Coast Guard spent $384,261 searching for 35-year-old Ryan Meganack after his girlfriend, who was part of the scheme, reported him missing off Port Graham. Meganack […]

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CMC:-  PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Outspoken Twenty20 star, Dwayne Bravo, has branded Cricket West Indies’ treatment of Darren Sammy as “disrespect”, especially considering the two-time World Cup-winning captain’s contribution to the game in the region. Sammy led West Indies to their historic capture of the T20 World Cup in Kolkata two years ago, when they […]

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Trinidad Express:-  THE court has ruled in favour of a hijab-wearing police officer, declaring that her right to freedom of conscience and religious belief and observance has been infringed by the denial of the request to wear a hijab and/or the prohibition against wearing a hijab together with her uniform whilst on duty as an officer. […]

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