Friday 30th May, 2003

 

 
 
 
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We didn’t get her name but this young dancer epitomises the spirit of today’s celebrations as the Ma Pau Vikash Dancers presented “Felicity, the story of Indian Arrival” at the Ministry of Works’ Indian Arrival Day programme, yesterday.

Photo: Keith Matthews

 

Woman’s love just ‘stupidness’

Kidnap victim Mark Prescott’s father, Wayne, fears the chances of the police finding his son are slimmer after being misled by a Ste Madeleine woman who said she fell in love with him...

News

BWIA shake-up coming

Government demanded an immediate shake-up of the BWIA management yesterday, the same day International Leasing Finance Corporation (ILFC) released two seized aircraft to the airline...

Schoolboy stabbed to death

A 15-year-old schoolboy was stabbed to death after he assaulted a prostitute, police said yesterday...

Aussies lose gear at Piarco

The Australian cricket team is calling for an investigation into the disappearance of thousands of dollars worth of equipment at the Piarco International Airport on Monday...

 

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Business
Features

Dismiss union’s claim says Caroni attorney

Caroni attorney, Allan Alexander SC, has asked the Industrial Court to dismiss an application by the All Trinidad Sugar and General Workers’ trade union, which challenges the company’s VSEP offer to employees...

Pundit has a leg up on politics

Pundit Gaya Persad Maharaj holds the stump of his right leg with his left hand almost absentmindedly...

Business Guardian
Entertainment

Aleong's high wire

Last Thursday night, just a few hours after BWIA had a second aircraft seized by its owners, International Leasing Finance Corporation, the airline’s Chief Executive Officer Conrad Aleong said Government should not give another cent to the leasing company, even if this meant the carrier’s demise....

Sticking with daddy’s plan

Michael Toussaint is a man with a plan.Owner of a limousine company in Toronto, Canada, he is investing heavily in his daughter’s singing career, with his eye on fulfilling her dream of becoming a world renowned entertainer...

Sports
Sports Feature

Wake-up call

Warner sits close to ‘Warriors’ in Kenya

Captain Griffith nets hat-trick as QP win 5-1

Lucky 13 for PoS and environs

Bumpy Windies road begins to get smooth


 

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