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ALNG protest

Point Fortin residents came to town in their numbers yesterday to protest construction of Atlantic LNG’s Train IV, the largest liquefied natural gas train in T&T yet. Residents, many young children included, in a protest outside ALNG Maraval headquarters, complained about the health problems they experienced since the construction of the other three trains.

Photo: Karlo Ramoo

US envoy warns T&T: Address terrorism
or lose investors

United States Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, Roy Austin, yesterday warned that the country’s economic future may be under threat if it does not address the issue of terrorism law...

News

Call for TB tests on prisoners and officers

President of the Prisons Officers Association Claudius Gulston is calling for tuberculosis tests to be carried out on prisoners and prisons officers at the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca...

Government clears BWIA debt

Government’s last-minute $31.25 million (US$5 million) letter of comfort will clear BWIA’s debt to International Leasing Finance Corporation, the company it is leasing most of its aircraft from, Trade and Industry Minister Kenneth Valley said yesterday...

LNG plants endanger health

The Ministry of Health plans to investigate Point Fortin residents’ complaints that the billion-dollar Atlantic LNG plants are making them sick...

 

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Business
Features

New post for Brooks at ANSA McAL

Gerry Brooks, the managing director of Tatil, has announced his imminent departure from the company...

Trini marines anxious to come home

Although American President George W Bush has declared the war in Iraq officially over, it will be months before the troops stationed in Iraq and neighbouring Kuwait can pull out...

Business Guardian
Entertainment

AT&T coming

The wireless arm of AT&T, the US telecommunications giant, has said it is “very interested” in obtaining one of the cellular licences when the Trinidad and Tobago Government issues them at the end of the year...

The Matrix Overloaded

Nobody goes to a movie sequel expecting a big surprise. The form of sequels is defined by their function, to continue a theme, a story or the adventures of characters as defined in the film that went before...

Sports
Sports Feature

Hinds earns a recall

Hockey seeks $1.2m for international events

Over $40 million wagered in 2002

Praise, then axe for Anthony Rougier

Windies showing positive signs under Lara


 

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