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President of the Public Services Association Jennifer Baptiste shares a light moment with Prime Minister Patrick Manning during a meeting at Whitehall yesterday to discuss the relocation of Parliament. After the meeting, Baptiste told reporters Manning has indicated he is willing to consider public consultation on the plan.

Photo: Lester Forde

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Director in a quandary

Petrotrin Board director Farad Khan has said he is yet to receive a formal letter revoking his appointment...


$70,000 salary for Petrotrin boss

Top Cabinet Ministers, including Prime Minister Patrick Manning, never approved the massive $70,000 a month (plus perks) salary of Petrotrin’s executive chairman Malcolm Jones, senior PNM officials disclosed yesterday...

Valley remains in Finance Ministry

Ken Valley is not moving as junior Minister of Finance, top PNM officials confirmed yesterday. The Diego Martin Central MP, who is also Trade and Industry Minister, is to keep his position in the Finance Ministry, which is headed by Prime Minister Patrick Manning, officials said...

Nursing homes lose patience

From today, private nursing homes will no longer accept emergency patients from the San Fernando General Hospital...

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ALNG III ahead of schedule

Atlantic LNG yesterday announced it had started producing liquefied natural gas from Train III on Monday night, a full three months ahead of schedule...

The FPA rides into Korea

Welcome to Korea Village, a community located 10 minutes away from Chaguanas, which may be unknown to many - but not to the Family Planning Association...

Business Guardian

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...

Renegades tops 21st Century

WITH a truly intoxicating performance and nearly 10 points to spare, bp Renegades Steel Orchestra took possession of the 2003 Pan in the 21st Century championship on Saturday at the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain.”,,,

Sports Feature

UWI honours Adams

Shooter goes after higher world rating

David Noel set for return to ring

The Russell Latapy Story Part 2

T&T Under-21 women to face Canadians...while men test Venezuela

“Poor Bas, since he lost the ELECTION,
he has been LIVING IN THE PAST!”

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