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Commission drafts 41 constituencies for T&T

An EBC map shows the proposed 39 constituencies for Trinidad. Tobago, which has two electoral seats, remains unchanged.

Source: EBC 2004 report


PNM, UNC strongholds sliced

PNM and UNC strongholds are in for a big shake-up if the Electoral Boundaries Commission increases the present 36 constituencies to 41...

Parties support EBC proposals

Prime Minister Patrick Manning says said the EBC’s proposed increase of the number of electoral seats is a more equitable arrangement than previously existed...

UNC ready to debate police bills – Panday

The UNC is coming up with suggestions for Tuesday’s debate on the police reform bills, in the hope of saving them, UNC leader Basdeo Panday said yesterday...

Judge slams racial bias at T&T missions

San Fernando judge Carlton Best has criticised the racial imbalance at several of T&T’s high commissions, as he refused to quash an injunction against Prime Minister Patrick Manning and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

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‘Too many radio stations already’

Alarm bells were going off in media circles yesterday in response to Government’s decision to grant an additional 13 radio station licences...

To swizzle or not to swizzle

In T&T, we view the art of making great callaloo as sacred. There are methods and rituals that many old and new cooks swear by; whether they’re realistic or not I can’t vouch for that...

Lara shies away from Viv Richards issue ahead of Kiwis match

Brian Lara steadfastly avoided being drawn into the growing furore over the end of Sir Vivian Richards’ chairmanship of the West Indies selection panel as the Caribbean side prepared for their opening match of the NatWest Series against New Zealand today...

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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...

Rhythm river to flow at Hummingbird

David Rudder and his wife Michelle are feverishly promoting a July 17 concert at the Hummingbird Centre (formerly O’Keefe Centre) billed as David Rudder and Friends in The Rhythm River...

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

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