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A number of charred household appliances stand outside the ruins of a house at Endeavour, Chaguanas, which was destroyed by fire yesterday. Right: Marcus Lawrence, 7, who died in the fire. His body was found under the bed of his parents who were not at home at the time.

Photos: Sookdeo Baney

News

Another 100 doctors coming says Imbert

Government has agreed to accept 100 specialised doctors under the United Nations Development Programme to assist the Health Ministry with its shortage of medical professionals, Health Minister Colm Imbert disclosed yesterday...

Boy dies in Central fire

One of five children who were left sleeping on Wednesday night, while their parents allegedly went out to purchase alcohol, perished in a fire which ravaged their home in Chaguanas...

WASA chief gets pay cut - PM

In a prompt response, Water and Sewerage Authority chairman Roland Baptiste has assured Prime Minister Patrick Manning that the Authority’s chief executive officer Errol Grimes is once more being paid $36,000 a month...

Montano alleges TTT sold to PNM backers

Opposition Senator Robin Montano has asked Public Administration Minister Dr Lenny Saith to say if State-owned Trinidad and Tobago Television has been sold to a consortium led by People’s National Movement financier Jerry Narace...

Business
Features

Cabinet approves $3 million to win FTAA headquarters

Cabinet has approved about $3 million to establish a temporary secretariat to push the case of Trinidad and Tobago as the headquarters of the Free Trade Area of the Americas...

Bittersweet Pan

It was Good Friday morning and Pan Trinbago’s northern region chairman Keith Diaz was on a cheque handover tour of Belmont...

Business Guardian
Entertainment

The Cutting Edge

It seems Trinidad and Tobago is the most attractive place for business investment among its Caricom neighbours, according to a recent survey by international accounting firm Ernst & Young...

Guitarist Shaw goes solo with ‘sojourn’

Guitarist Theron Shaw has a gentle fire that burns magnificently on his new instrumental CD, The Sojourn...

Sports
Sports Feature

Lara - Windies best

He’s leading run-scorer in Caribbean

Lara hopes for brighter things in Barbados Test

Cheruiyot of fire

Yorke gets a call from Sir Alex


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