Multimillion Dollar TSTT Project

The Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) will roll out a multi-million-dollar project to improve…

WASA Inducts 50 Young Engineers

Approximately 68 employees are occupying engineering positions at the Water and Sewage Authority (WASA) without training…

Consumers Have An Option To Choose

While the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) is mandated to establish conditions for an…

WASA Update On Low Pressure/No Water Complaints In East Trinidad

The Water and Sewerage Authority says it is aware of complaints of low pressure and, in…

OWTU Addresses T&TEC’s Other Issues

Fix T&TEC's problems before considering a rate hike says President General of the Oilfields Workers' Trade…

First Peoples Recreation Site Gets Booster Station

The First Peoples Recreation Site along the Blanchisseuse Road in Arima now has a water supply…

Economist: Increase In Electric Rate Will Benefit The Environment

The increase in electricity rates will impact not only the regular citizen but businesses. Economist Dr.…

More Amphibious Vehicles For T&TEC

Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales says plans are underway to acquire more amphibious vehicles for the…

Consultations Soon For T&TEC Rate Review

The Regulated Industries Commission (RIC) will soon begin its Public Consultations on a draft determination for…

Permanent Status For 257 T&TEC Employees

Over 200 ‘temporary’ employees of T&TEC will soon have their status changed to ‘permanent.’ The announcement…

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