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Beetle invasion

Century 21 worker Lyndon Cadella holds up two handfuls of beetles, which were exterminated at the Rock River and Basse Terre RC Schools yesterday. The insects invaded the facilities, forcing a complete shutdown.

Photo: Sookdeo Baney

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Faye ready to play for the title

Faye Alibocus, Miss T&T/Universe, is “calm and natural” and ready to represent the country at the finals of the pageant in Panama tonight, her family says...

News

Duprey next to go

Veteran airline executive Nelson Tom Yew will be officially appointed as BWIA’s new chief executive officer later this week, replacing Conrad Aleong, whose resignation was accepted yesterday...

Near riot at Sando court as...

Cops, prisoners clash

Police and prisoners clashed in a near riot which broke out in the holding bay of the San Fernando Magistrate’s Court yesterday...

Another Trini tells of deportation horror

Sent home for not having US$

Keith Jefferson Brewster’s first trip to the United States was a nightmare.That was two months ago. Now he wants to know why he was denied entry...

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Business
Features

TSTT negotiations have stalled again

Salary negotiations between TSTT and the Communication Workers Union appear to have stalled again, after only three days of talks...

Retrenched: Life after BWIA

“Retrenchment is a tabanca,” said Michael Frederick*, one of more than 600 workers retrenched by BWIA on January 28. “You in this relationship that you expect to go the distance and one day, the person tells you, ‘I don’t need you no more.’

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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....

Fabien in new TV show tonight

Top local comedian Errol Fabien will hit TV screens today, in a new local programme on TTT from 8 pm...

Sports
Sports Feature

Lara: We proved we can be competitive

Ex-players call for Waugh’s retirement

Pierre, Edwards give T&T 2-0 win in Nairobi

Lucky 13 for PoS and environs

Bumpy Windies road begins to get smooth

 

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