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Joy Ride

Schoolchildren from La Lune RC School and Marac Baptist School have a jolly good time as they ride on PTSC’s Princes Town/Marac/Moruga shuttle service on its maiden run on Thursday.
By yesterday, however, the same bus stalled on Chancery Lane, in front of the Guardian’s San Fernando bureau, and had to be towed away.

Photo: Sookdeo Baney

 

Security for Ganga

Opposition leader Basdeo Panday said he will call on Police Commissioner Hilton Guy to provide security and protection for Caroni East MP Ganga Singh...

News

Houses falling apart

More than 15 houses at Iere Village, Princes Town, are crumbling slowly, as a leaking underground water main continues to flood several homes...

Let Valley solve his problems – Aleong

BWIA chief executive officer Conrad Aleong last night said the airline only needs an additional US$500,000 to secure the release of its two aircraft which were seized in Miami by their owners, International Leasing Finance Corporation...

Ramnath rants in the House

Another uproar yesterday caused Speaker of the House Barry Sinanan to threaten to suspend the sitting of the Lower House...

 

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Business
Features

WASA contractor fires 29 workers

Twenty nine workers were laid off by the international company Biwater, the National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW) said yesterday...

My magic wand

Every morning, I’m conflicted. Should I go for the mascara I love or the other mascara I use? My favourite tube, which consistently delivers ridiculously plump, long, lusciously lush lashes, is running low...

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

Lara slams Oval

Police keeps Army at bay in PoSNL

W Connection to cope without key players

Praise, then axe for Anthony Rougier

Windies showing positive signs under Lara


 

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