Monday, January 16th, 2017
Doubles & Big Red
 

A bad drive may have led to the death of 28-year-old CEPEP worker Balmatie Bachan who died yesterday morning at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, after she was shot by unknown gunmen while she and her husband were returning to their El Socorro home at about 2.15 am yesterday. The couple had just left a Carenage beach.
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Member of Parliament for La Horquetta/Talparo Maxie Cuffie has extended condolences to the relatives of murdered schoolgirl Rachael Ramkissoon and taxi drivers are reconsidering an increase in fare on the route where Rachael Ramkissoon apparently took a taxi.
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STAFF at the Office of the President are today to undergo immediate medical testing after the discovery of the hazardous material asbestos at Presidents House, said a statement from presidential communications advisor, Theron Boodan, yesterday.
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In an effort to increase both local and foreign direct investments in the local energy sector, Finance Minister and acting Energy Minister, Colm Imbert has stated that a new oil and gas fiscal regime would be unveiled within the first quarter of 2017.
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A schoolteacher had to wait until he reached the ripe old age of 82 years old before been paid salary arrears he earned in a period from 1961 to 1974. The sorry saga of the underpaid mans 41 year wait is related as a case study titled, Money Worries, in the 38th Annual Report of the Ombudsman (2015), recently laid in Pareliament. In 2006, Mr R sought the assistance of the Ombudsman regarding the inordinate delay on the part of the Ministry of Education (MOE) to pay him arrears of salary which were owed to him over the period February 1961 to September 1974. Mr R was incorrectly paid as a Specialist Teacher, but peformed the duties of a Specialist Teacher in Charge or Principal at the Egypt Village Industrial Arts Centre. In 1985, a group of teachers in a similar situation won their lawsuit to be paid the correct salary.
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State-owned oil company, Petrotrin, can become a profitable organisation should it employ two strategies- a complete reorganisation of its governance structure and by increasing indigenous crude oil production.
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