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Thanks, teach

A group of Form Three graduates from Mucurapo Junior Secondary enjoy their last day liming on the Brian Lara Promenade, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. One student did not forget to thank her teachers in a message on her school shirt.

Photo: Brian Ng Fatt

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No injunction will stop us – TTUTA

Teachers must turn out for classes today or face legal action, acting Minister of Labour Franklin Khan has said...

Airport bosses discuss safety

Senior Civil Aviation Authority officials will meet with their counterparts from the Airports Authority today to discuss ramp safety at Piarco International Airport after two incidents involving Servisair employees...

DPP orders inquest into Bonadie killing

Director of Public Prosecutions Geoffrey Henderson has ordered an inquest into the shooting death of Galene Bonadie...

Businessmen throw weight behind bills

The controversial police reform bills have received support from businessmen in south, east and central Trinidad...

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CDC argues against Court injunction

Caribbean Development Company presented opening arguments to the Industrial Court yesterday as proceedings got off the ground in an injunction hearing against the company...

T&T to standardise early childhood education

US President George Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are wholeheartedly backing the movement in their country...

WI win after delay

The nation’s senior footballers advanced to the Concacaf World Cup qualifying semi-final round by defeating the Dominican Republic 4-0 yesterday...

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Beauty an investment opportunity

Danielle Jones’ fifth place in the 2004 Miss Universe pageant will bring T&T more recognition on the global stage many anticipate...

Nitin and Usha serenade Indian music fans

Five thousand fans of nostalgic Indian film music packed the Centre of Excellence, Macoya on Saturday night to be serenaded by India’s Nitin Mukesh and Usha Mangeshkar...

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

 
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