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Visiting boys’ choir

The Tallahassee Boys’ Choir, visiting from the United States, gives a spirited performance at Queen’s Hall, in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.

Photo: Karla Ramoo


Persads await word from son’s kidnappers

Relatives of Vijay Persad have refused to pay a ransom until they speak with the kidnapped child...

Crime a matter for the police – Clarke

Systems managing the Police Service have failed and need to be changed. This is the view of former president Sir Ellis Clarke, chairman of the technical team that drafted the police reform bills...

Sir Ellis: Debate method of naming new president

Sir Ellis Clarke, T&T’s first president, who contributed to the drafting of the constitution, says the way in which the president is appointed should be a matter for debate...

Government mum on changes to bills

The Government was tight-lipped yesterday on whether amendments are being made to the police reform bills, which will be debated in the Lower House on Tuesday...

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Trinmar workers threaten protest over appointments

Trinmar’s Branch President Ancil Roget is threatening a total shutdown of operations, if a former PNM local government election candidate is allowed to occupy a senior post at Trinmar...

Tanya thrilled to represent T&T

A former student of Corpus Christi College, 24-year-old Tanya Gomes feels honoured to represent T&T at the Miss Carival Pageant on July 2, one of the many exciting Vincy Mas pre-Carnival shows...

Ambrose, Richardson for American Pro Cricket

Richie Richardson and Curtly Ambrose are among nine West Indians identified to participate in the controversial American Pro Cricket league in the United States in the next few weeks...

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War over water

Fight taking place in London, T&T

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) and the Desalination Company (Desalcott) are engaged in a bitter legal wrangle over the utility’s decision not to pay higher rates for the water it buys from Desalcott...

Pantasy makes it big at Toronto debut

Duvone Stewart, leader of the six-member pan jazz ensemble Pantasy made a successful debut appearance in Toronto at the 2004 Many Moods of Pan concert, produced Saturday by the Carnival Connections International Group...

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

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