Watson Duke

Be reasonable with inspection in Tobago—Duke

As the mad rush to have ve­hi­cles in­spect­ed and cer­ti­fied con­tin­ues, Mi­nor­i­ty Leader Wat­son Duke is call­ing on the Gov­ern­ment to “be rea­son­able” in en­forc­ing the Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle and Road Traf­fic Act as two of three work­ing au­tho­rised ve­hi­cle in­spec­tion sta­tions, ser­vice the en­tire of To­ba­go

Both are lo­cat­ed on the west­ern end of the is­land—the Li­cens­ing De­part­ment on Shir­van Road, Buc­coo and Sylvester Au­to World, Sher­wood Park, Carn­bee.

Duke takes rest & reflect call to San Fernando

PSA president Watson Duke walks through High Street, San Fernando today, calling on workers to stay away from work on Friday. He made the walk soon after several trade union leaders met in San Fernando to further addres Friday's planned day of "rest and reflection".

Video & photo by Kristian De Silva. 

Young denounces Duke's 'get out' calls

Minister of National Security and Communications, Stuart Young, has condemned a decision by the president of the Public Service Association (PSA), Watson Duke, to call on workers to vacate their offices following an aftershock this morning.

Duke used a loudspeaker to make his called as he walked through streets of the capital city.

But speaking at today's post-Cabinet news conference, Young denounced Duke's call.

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