Monday 22nd March, 2004

 
Business
 
 
 
 
G-Spot
Sunshine Magazine
 
Letters
Online Community
Death Notices
 
Advertising
Classified Ads
Jobs in T&T
Contact Us
 
Archives
Privacy Policy
 
 
 

 

England, WI cricket stars for charity golf tourney

England’s opening batsman, Marcus Trescothick: left arm spin bowler, Ashely Giles; fast bowler, James Anderson and Jeffrey Strauss have been confirmed to be on the greens with captain Michael Vaughn for a fund-raising golf tournament at St Andrew’s Golf Club, Moka, Maraval on April 21...

Mt D’Or school gets literacy boost

First Citizens Bank recently sponsored $5,000 worth of educational books, children’s novels and encyclopedias, establishing the “First Citizens Library Collection,” at Mt D’Or Government Primary School in Champs Fleurs...

$40 million for ex-Caroni workers

Former Caroni (1975) Ltd workers may soon receive up to $40 million in additional benefits. This will come about as part of a collective agreement drawn up by Caroni and the All Trinidad Sugar and General Workers Union...

First sugar shipment leaves today

The Sugar Manufacturing Company (SMCL) started loading its first shipment of 12,000 tonnes of raw sugar destined for the European Union Friday...

NCBJ pushes banking sector

The volume leader was yet again National Commercial Bank Jamaica (NCBJ) with 6,246,122 shares traded or 57.74 per cent of all trades. Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) followed with a total of 1,771,465 shares traded or 16.38 per cent of total volume. In a distant third was Trinidad Cement with 695,370 shares traded or 6.43 per cent of all trades...

RBTT to sponsor 4th Euromoney conference

For the fourth consecutive year, RBTT has committed to the leading regional investment and financial conference: Euromoney/LatinFinance Caribbean Investment Forum, entitled “Investing in a Connected Future...

©2003-2004 Trinidad Publishing Company Limited

Designed by: Randall Rajkumar-Maharaj · Updated daily by: Sheahan Farrell