The Chaguanas Borough Corporation has suspended home 20 workers that were hired on March 19 by the last CEO of the CBC.
One of the workers said that the suspension takes effect from Friday April 26.
T]he suspension comes after the council of the CBC demanded a report into the procedure for hiring these workers.
Councillors protested on March 19 demanding transparency into the hiring of the 20 workers stating that the council's committee to deal with employment issues was not consulted.
Police have released figures to show that the murder rate in 2019, is the lowest for corresponding periods in the last four years.
11 people were killed over the weekend.
However, the Police Service posted a graph on it's Facebook page, with the caption "Murder toll for first quarter for years 2016 to 2019".
The graph shows the murder tolls from 2016 to 2019, with 2019 being the lowest and 2018, the highest.
The toll for 2019, according to the graph, is 116.
Rookmin Mathura is 104 years old but she still walks with a pep in her step.
To prove her energy levels and remarkable abilities, Mathura, dressed in her golden dress and orhni, gave a brisk and dignified walk for the Guardian Media crew during her birthday party celebrations last Saturday.
Four generations including her seven daughters, seven sons and a multitude of grands who attended the celebration, applauded loudly.
A murder in Laventille last night has brought to 11, the number of people murdered over the Easter weekend.
26-year-old Daniel Thomas of Eastern Quarry, Laventille, was shot dead around 10.30 last night in Laventille.
Thomas was found bleeding from multiple injuries about his body after residents heard loud explosions.
Police officers who responded, rushed the man to the Port of Spain General Hospital where he later died.
Police have no motive for this killing.
South Western Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying human remains which were found near an abandoned well in Guapo on Monday.
The remains were bones, and no clothing was found nearby.
Police are not able to determine whether the bones belong to a man or a woman.
The remains are expected to be taken to the Forensic Science Center in St James for a preliminary examination.
According to reports, at about 10.45 am on Monday, police received information that skeletal remains were found in a bushy area off Duckman Road, Parrylands, Guapo.
Relatives of two men who are missing at sea were called to La Brea where a body was found floating off the Brighton Port on Monday.
However, they left without closure as the body turned out to be someone else.
Sieunarine Gyandass, 51, and Videsh Marlo, 23, both of Freeport, were aboard the flat bottom boat that sank in the Gulf of Paria on March 14. Their bodies are yet to be recovered.
The death toll from the Easter Sunday bombing attacks in Sri Lanka has risen to 321.
About 500 people were injured and 38 foreigners are among the fatal victims.
The information was released during a session of Parliament, in which its current Speaker, Karu Jayasuriya, announced the emergency regulations recently promulgated in the country.
About 40 suspects have been arrested in connection with the bombing attacks occurred during the Easter Sunday celebrations, Police Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekara said.
Despite a police-enforced Red Alert and a mandate for increased police visibility, there were ten murders over the long Easter weekend.
According to media tabulation, the murder toll jumped to 160 after eight people were shot in separate incidents over the past four days.
Five of the victims were shot in one night in four separate incidents between Easter Sunday and Monday.
According to police reports, the incidents occurred in Tunapuna, Santa Cruz, La Horquetta and Laventille.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia on Monday denied that the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) has taken a decision not to mark two questions in the Math section of the 2019 Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination.
He also refuted claims that the highest score attained in the Maths test was 88 per cent, as reported on social media on Monday, stating that such information was designed to create mischief and panic among parents and students ahead of today’s opening of the new school term.
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith yesterday defended his decision to appear on stage during Buju Banton’s “I am Legend Concert” stating if he had not done so it would have resulted in a strained relationship between T&T and Jamaica.
Griffith’s comments came hours after he was criticised on social media for appearing at Banton’s concert at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, stating that he was just looking for fame and to score points.