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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has initiated an investigation into the police killing of 34-year-old Keone Paryag at Chaguanas, on Friday. The officers involved must also report to Police Commissioner Gary Griffith to explain the circumstances under which the incident took place. Senior police told Newsday that Griffith’s office will be looking ...

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Lamenting the poor condition of roads in Venus Estate and Belair, the Millet Minibus Association on Monday started a suspension of services to the areas until they are repaired. The Association’s president told the STAR the problem had been ignored by the authorities for several years; that last year’s dialogue with officials had proved futile. Yarde said his membership was left no other option but to withdraw its services for as long as necessary.

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Former and current employees of a local call centre are crying foul over what they claim is unfair treatment by their employer. The employees, who spoke to the STAR on condition of anonymity, allege the company is exploiting them by manipulating their working hours, consequently impacting their wages. The employees say they normally worked a 40-hour week, eight hour shifts daily. However, they allege various methods are used to deduct time from their hours worked.

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