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Faye scores big

Miss T&T, Faye Alibocus, last night failed in her bid to bring home the Miss Universe crown. However, she managed to finish in the top 10 at the prestigious pageant in Panama City, Panama. Alibocus eventually bowed out after the swim suit competition, the penultimate segment of the final phase of the pageant. And while she did not bring home the crown, a feat which would have put her alongside compatriots Janelle Penny Commissiong (1977) and Wendy Fitzwilliam (1998), Alibocus certainly made T&T proud with her effort. Miss Dominican Republic, Amelia Vega, won the title.

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Forest fires blamed for beetle invasion

Public Health inspector Heasat Mohammed said yesterday, forest fires may have been responsible for the Swarming of thousands of beetles at two schools in Moruga...

News

Teen executed by death squad

A young mother who shielded her infant with her body when gunmen opened fire on them at their home early yesterday morning was shot in the back and shoulder...

Local government polls July 14

Local government elections would be held on July 14, Prime Minister Patrick Manning announced in the Senate yesterday...

CoP: Officers must use good judgment

Commissioner of Police Hilton Guy yesterday skilfully ducked making a definitive statement on president of the Police Second Division Association, acting Inspector Christopher Holder’s declaration that officers would declare open warfare on criminals...

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Business
Features

Aleong tells workers: Sacrifice to save BWIA

Former BWIA chief executive officer, Conrad Aleong, told airline staff yesterday they must be prepared to make financial sacrifices to ensure the company’s survival...

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....

Spektakula sorry for overcrowding at show

Spektakula Promotions has apologised for the overcrowding at last Friday’s Caribbean Comedy Marathon at the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah...

Sports
Sports Feature

WI recalls Powell

Best paces NFM again

Petrotrin Sports on the way up

Trini to the bone, but Ato hurting

A pat on the back for Eleanor

 

 

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