Let's not overreact - It's the response of the Prime Minister to trade unions threatening to shut down the country over the CPO's latest wage offer. The Prime Minister says the government has never retrenched public servants in the face of financial constraints, opting instead to give a little more now that only a little bit more is available to give.
Trinidad and Tobago has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ,an MOU, with Guyana and other CARICOM Heads to establish and strengthen the food-supply chain across the region. At a joint press conference today, both Prime Minister Rowley and Guyana's President shared great hopes for the future of both countries arising from this agreement,
Last year the NIS Fund recorded its highest return in recent history, yet the Ministry of Finance says the proposal to increase the retirement age remains on the table. Meantime Minister in the Ministry Brian Manning says the NIB remains on high alert, after it was revealed that persons well under the age of 60 have been accessing pensions.