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SEA – Everything Is In Place

News   06. May 2015

Everything is in place for the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Examination tomorrow for which 18,357 students are registered to write the exams. The Ministry of Education stated that 553 schools will be used as examination centres tomorrow. Exam supervisors, assistant exam supervisors and invigilators have been assigned and security measures have been put in place to ensure transparency and accountability. We here are Win Tv


 

OAS SENDS BACK EXPATS

News   06. May 2015

Local OAS workers are celebrating this morning for more than one reason. They have received a 17 percent wage increase and the company has agreed to return 105 of its foreign employees. Yesterday the workers downed tools, stopping work across the entire Point Fortin Highway Project. They voiced their concerns that the Brazilian contractor was employing hundreds of expatriates and firing locals who could easily


 

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MARK RULES: RAMNARINE SPARED, ROWLEY SPEARED

Featured, News   06. May 2015

On Friday April 24th 2015, Opposition Leader, Dr. Keith Rowley raised a motion of privilege concerning statements made by Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs, Kevin Ramnarine during a sitting of the house of representatives held on Friday April 17th 2015. The Opposition Leader’s motion stated that an answer by Minister Ramnarine was factually inaccurate and misleading. Dr. Rowley submitted that the Energy Minister committed


 

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NY Officer Brian Moore Funeral Arrangements

News   06. May 2015

  The LBA Regrets to Announce The Line Of Duty Death of Police Officer Brian Moore. 105th Precint FUNERAL INFORMATION IS AS FOLLOWS: VIEWING: Date: Thursday, May 7th 2PM – 4:30PM 7PM – 9:30PM Location: Chapey & Sons Funeral Home 20 Hicksville Road Bethpage, NY 11714 (516) 731-5600 FUNERAL MASS: Date: Friday, May 8th Time:11AM Location: St. James R.C. Church 80 Hicksville Road Seaford, NY


 

EXPANDING POSSIBILITIES AT ARTHUR LOK JACK BUSINESS SCHOOL

Business, Current Affairs, Lifestyle, Local, News   30. April 2015

Within 18 months the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business will see the expansion of its floor space. The sod turning ceremony for the 52% expansion project took place on Tuesday where many of the stakeholders shared their hope for the possibilities that this expansion would bring. The project is estimated to cost some $70 million dollars says Minister of Tertiary Education Fazal Karim.


 

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PM: I WILL NOT BE JUMBIED TO CALL ELECTION

Current Affairs, Featured, Local, News, Politics   27. April 2015

  This year’s General Election date will remain unknown until the time is right. Those glued to their television and radio sets in anticipation for the announcement of this year’s general election date were met with disappointment as Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar stated that she will not be jumbied into calling the election. Delivering the feature address at the UNC’s 26th anniversary at the


 

Powerful earthquake hits Nepal

T&T CAN DONATE TO REBUILD HOMES IN NEPAL

Current Affairs, Environment, Featured, International, Local, News, Regional   27. April 2015

Habitat For Humanity has been offering its support to the thousands affected in Nepal following the 7.9 earthquake on Saturday. The local franchise, Habitat Trinidad And Tobago is calling on anyone wishing to donate to the rescue and aid efforts in Nepal to give them a call. Habitat says in circumstances like this, where the affected area is not in the region of Trinidad And


 

San Fernando West Candidate Al Rawi To Meet Vistabella’s Needs

News   23. April 2015

PNM candidate for San Fernando West Faris al Rawi says the residents of Vistabella are eager for change as they are disappointed with the delivery of services by their current Member of Parliament, Carolyn Seepersad- Bachan Al -Rawi staged a walkabout in the area on Wednesday as he seeks to be elected in the upcoming general election. Speaking to Win News, he condemned the present


 

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Remembering ‘Mr J’ – Your Legacy Will Never Die

Featured, News   23. April 2015

  Today marks eleven days since we said farewell our Chairman, Mr Mohan Jaikaran – a cultural icon like no other and entrepreneur in a class of his own – who has also been recognized as a pioneer in the promotion of local culture. Mr Jaikaran fondly called ‘Mr. J’ by his employees was born in 1951 – he was not wealthy but worked diligently


 

Regiment Officer arrested

REGIMENT PROBES SOLDIERS INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT

Current Affairs, Featured, Local, News   14. April 2015

The Trinidad and Tobago Regiment has launched an investigation into a report surrounding a soldier who was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol when he got into an accident. The investigation was launched by Commanding Officer Colonel Rodney Smart. A military board of inquiry has also been convened to investigate the circumstances under which the accident took place. The soldier in question is one


 

‘YAHOO’ FOR T&T’S ROADBLOCK!

Business, Current Affairs, Environment, Featured, International, Local, News, Politics   24. March 2015

  It’s nothing to celebrate about but Monday’s roadblock has made yahoo’s home page. If you’re one of the loyal yahoo fans, you would’ve seen the unfortunate roadblock fiasco reported on the search engine. The story was not just reported but it appeared to take priority being the fourth story on the page, in the main stories category. It is also categorised in the crime


 

A Call to Victory in Debe

News   23. March 2015

The call to victory is getting louder daily and tonight the People’s Partnership will be taking their Monday night meeting to Debe Junction in Debe. Stay tuned for a live broadcast of the meeting Live on Win Tv from 7:30pm.


 

TRAFFIC

Police Roadblock. Protest?

Current Affairs, Environment, Featured, Local, News   23. March 2015

Motorists were met with heavy traffic this morning in what is believed to be industrial action by the police. Nationwide road blocks have caused many to speculate that the police are engaged in some sought of action as a result of continuing wage negotiations with the Chief Personnel Officer. Traffic is said to be on a standstill from Aranguez into Port of Spain. The police


 

CAL-FLIGHTS DELAYED DUE TO NATIONWIDE TRAFFIC

Business, Current Affairs, Environment, Featured, International, Local, News, Regional   23. March 2015

Several international and domestic Caribbean Airlines flights have been delayed due to the nationwide traffic. In a release this morning CAL says it will waive date change for any passengers who may be affected. To do so, they advise that customers contact agents at Piarco or ANR Robinson International Airports or call the reservations call center at 625 7200. Furthermore, it says that the operations


 

ILP-CITIZENS SHOULD NOT HAVE TO PAY

Current Affairs, Environment, Local, News, Politics   23. March 2015

Story by Bavita Gopaulchan Citizens should not have to pay the price for the dispute between the police and the government. That’s the view of the political leader of the Independent Liberal Party Jack Warner as he condemns the action being taken by police officers to shut down the country for the second consecutive work day by using a series of roadblocks. As we speak


 

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