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Miss Labour Day 2004 Kalifa Phillip, centre, poses with first runner-up Joy Joachim, left, and Sancha Scipio, after she lifted the title at the OWTU Hall in Fyzabad on Sunday.

Photo: Sookdeo Baney

News

Businessmen wary of UNC support for police reform

Line up a Plan B

Business leaders called on the Government yesterday to come up with another plan to fight crime, saying the present one was not working...

Prisoners riot at San Fernando court after transport hiccup

Angry prisoners shouted and cursed outside the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court yesterday, as they demanded to be let out of prisoner transport vans, having arrived for court two and half hours late...

Specialist fears another heart attack for driver

Truck driver Mathura Lackhan, who was convicted on three manslaughter counts, is at high risk for another heart attack, according to cardiac specialist Dr Pravin Ramoutar...

Residents want to move after Train III blast

Residents of Point Ligoure, a small community in Point Fortin, are demanding that they be relocated by Atlantic LNG immediately...

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Trinrico MD unsure of steel projects

Head of a downstream local steel company has said it made no sense for US Steel Group (ISG) and Nucor to return if they would not be manufacturing semi-finished products, including wire rods and billets...

Abortion a public health issue

Cassava stem and roots. Pineapple. Potash. Quicklime. Henna. Avocado pear seed. Castor oil. Beer with aspirin. Cola. Gunpowder...

Lara leads world batting class

West Indies captain Brian Lara remains the number one batsman in the world following the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) latest release of its world rankings yesterday...

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$800m in taxes from gasoline

Government collected nearly $800 million in taxes on gasoline in the 12-month period ending March 2004, according to a document at the Ministry of Energy...

Salty Millie disappoints

That was the worst, declared a man in the foyer of the Grand Stand early yesterday morning after the Millie Jackson concert had ended...

Trini Revellers is the winner of the George Bailey Large Band award. Check out more photos from Carnival 2004...

 
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