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Money talks
WASA chief executive officer Errol Grimes, centre, and Republic Bank deputy managing director David Dulal-Whiteway, right, laugh as Republic Bank chairman Ronald Harford speaks to them on Wednesday night during a reception hosted by the Netherlands Ambassador at his St Ann’s residence. Grimes, like Petrotrin executive chairman Malcolm Jones, has been the subject of controversy over the salary he receives.

Photo: Andre Alexander


PM defends Jones’ salary

Describing Malcom Jones as a good friend, Prime Minister Patrick Manning yesterday defended the $70,000-plus salary of the Petrotrin executive chairman, saying the salary was “quite in order” given Jones’ experience...

Flour prices go down

On the day the Supermarket Association of T&T (SATT) spoke against high food prices, National Flour Mills announced a planned reduction in flour prices...

Valley plays it safe

Trade and Industry Minister Ken Valley was non-committal yesterday in response to comments by Prime Minister Patrick Manning on the issue of Petrotrin executive chairman, Malcolm Jones’ $70,000-plus salary package...

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TSTT fights for net rights

Director of Telecommunications Marla Guinness yesterday agreed with TSTT that the Internet telephone device known as Yap Jack, which is produced by the company net2phone, was illegal...

Battle to find balance

Thirty years ago social activist Hazel Brown and paediatrician Dr David Bratt had done a programme aimed at eliminating bottle-feeding at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital where mothers are warded several floors above their newborns...

Business Guardian

TEXAN in Trinidad

David Chaney doesn’t look like the stereotypical Texan. He’s short and trim and not loud though the accent is recognisable...

Pan Trinbago gives CDA plan for Chag

Pan Trinbago expects to begin construction of its multi-purpose facility at Williams Bay, Chaguaramas, soon...

Sports Feature

Lara’s decision surprises Ponting

Venezuela beats Soca Warriors 3-0

T&T Under-14 boys, girls win in ITF tennis

The Russell Latapy Story Part 2

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

“They say it’s not right to live like the JONESES,
but this is one time ah don’t mind LIVING LIKE MALCOLM!”

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