Wednesday 21st May, 2003


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PNM Senator Danny Montano shares a moment with brother, UNC Senator Robin Montano, who takes the opportunity of a break in the proceedings to rest his broken ankle on a desk in Parliament.
Senate President Linda Baboolal suspended the sitting for 13 minutes for members to cool off after an explosive exchange between Danny and UNC Leader of Opposition Business, Wade Mark.

Photo: Karla Ramoo


US gets tough on visitors

By October this year, all visitors to the United States, including Trinidadians, may need to have “machine readable passports” to be allowed entrance into that country...


Wings clipped over $25m debt

In an attempt to get BWIA to pay off a TT$25 million debt, the owners of most of the airline’s entire fleet, International Leasing Finance Corp, yesterday seized one of its aircraft in Miami...

Parents say Kerri could die without her medicine

The parents of 21-year-old kidnap victim, Kerri Greaves, yesterday publicly appealed to her abductors to release their child, saying she was very ill and could die if she did not receive her medication...

Ministry seeks $$ for drainage

Expect widespread flooding this rainy season, as major drainage projects get bogged down by a lack of funds...


More stories


Businessmen promoting Customs corruption

The acting Comptroller of Customs Ralph Newton has blamed businessmen for the corruption that takes place in his department...

20 years of Batman

A 59-year-old with thinning, silver hair, John Rasweiler seems an unlikely batman. But that he is, having studied Trinidad’s most common mammalian species for more than 20 years...

Business Guardian

Facing our FTAA

Most local manufacturers are not ready for, and may even go out of business because of the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas scheduled to begin in 2005, says a T&T Manufacturing Association executive...

Witco Desperadoes survives - The Laventille challenge

The Hill is the centre of attention throughout the nation. Crime is the focus and it seems that all the good that has been produced by Laventille has been forgotten...

Sports Feature

Hinds earns a recall

Carrington to captain T&T footballers on South Africa tour

Basketballers vote on June 21

Praise, then axe for Anthony Rougier

Windies showing positive signs under Lara


“PJ better than the West Indian fielders,

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