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Neale Greaves, father of Kerri, hugs a family member in relief as his daughter returns home, released by kidnappers on Wednesday night. Kerri, who was kidnapped last week, was said to be resting at home yesterday.

Photo: Keith Matthews

Kidnappers free Kerri

Kerri Greaves may have become too sick for her kidnappers to care for her, so they let her go on Wednesday night in La Horquetta, an Anti-Kidnapping Squad source disclosed yesterday...

News

BWIA bosses not honest - Manning

As international creditors seized a second BWIA plane yesterday, Prime Minister Patrick Manning made it clear Government may “wash its hands” completely of the airline...

‘We did not lie’

More BWIA passengers were inconvenienced in Miami yesterday when a second BWIA aircraft was seized by its owners, International Leasing Finance Corporation...

Prisons chief: We can’t afford TB tests

Commissioner of Prisons Leo Abraham yesterday said testing for tuberculosis (TB) is not performed routinely in prisons because it is too expensive...

 

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Business
Features

Gonsalves slams predatory pricing

Vincentian Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves yesterday slammed the predatory pricing tactics undertaken by a certain regional airline, warning that if LIAT was grounded air fares in the region would increase sharply...

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...

WeBeat goes on

The annual festival WeBeat may be a success when it comes to crowd turnout.But after two years the St James Community Improvement Committee (CIC), producers of the annual event, has yet to convince St James businessmen of this...

Sports
Sports Feature

Ponting: Pressure for West Indies

Army takes a hammering in Pro League

Pepsi renews sponsorship of West Indies cricket

Praise, then axe for Anthony Rougier

Windies showing positive signs under Lara


 

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