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Australia’s winning streak came to a halt in the face of a well oiled West Indies performance at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. Seeking to extend its record run in One-Day Internationals to 22 wins, Australia was undone by a superb knock of 80 from West Indies skipper Brian Lara (right) who shared a second-wicket partnership of 178 with Wavell Hinds (79). West Indies eventually won the match by 39 runs. Australia lead the seven-match series 4-1. Photo: Noel Saldenha

‘Guardian’ wins 4 awards

TRINIDAD Guardian Associate Editor Features, Kim Johnson, took home the “Best Feature Article” award at the RBTT/ Media Association of T&T awards function on Saturday night...


When the time is right

Prime Minister Patrick Manning was non-committal yesterday on the possibility of a re-assignment of ministerial portfolios in his Cabinet...

Two women dead, two men in hospital

Two young men have been hospitalised following two incidents over the weekend — a killing and an vehicular accident — which claimed the lives of two women...

Lindquist report intended ‘for all to see’

The findings of forensic investigator Bob Lindquist on the $51 million WASA settlement with Water Farms Ltd are expected to be laid in Parliament...


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Business booming between T&T, Dominican Republic

Trade between the Dominican Republic and Trinidad and Tobago is booming, and the president of the T&T Chamber of Commerce in the north Caribbean country says this country has become the most important trade partner that the Dominican Republic has in the whole Caribbean and Central American region...

The acidity of spicy foods

Extra spicy fried chicken, assorted fruit sliced, salted and drowned in pepper sauce, roti dripping with various curried meats and topped with spicy chutney. In this country we revel in our penchant for dishes that those with frigid palates can only marvel at...

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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...

‘Mystic Masseur’ opens on big screen Wednesday

The film Mystic Masseur opens on Wednesday in Trinidad, two years after it opened in the US and Europe...

Sports Feature

Windies halts Aussies winning machine

Lara: WI still searching

Eve’s last gasp goal beats Stars

Praise, then axe for Anthony Rougier

Windies showing positive signs under Lara


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