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Prime Minister Patrick Manning escorts Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis to her car at the PM’s official residence in St Ann’s, yesterday. Manning, Robinson-Regis and Attorney General John Jeremie met with Opposition leader Basdeo Panday, Opposition Chief Whip Ganga Singh and UNC adviser Gerald Yetming to discuss the police reform bills, which will be debated in the House of Representatives tomorrow.

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News

UNC bid to postpone bills debate rejected

Fresh round of talks on today

Government has proposed several amendments to the police reform bills, which would be discussed at a 5 pm meeting today at Whitehall, Port-of-Spain, Opposition leader Basdeo Panday said yesterday...

Government confident of fruitful session

Government believes today’s meeting with the Opposition to discuss the police reform bills will bear fruit...

‘Poverty must be eradicated’ — President Richards

Poverty in this country is a debilitating disease that must be eradicated, says President George Maxwell Richards...

Nedco head: Stop thinking ten-days

Citizens are being urged to consider business and self-employment as a viable career option...

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T&T pushes community tourism

Tourism planning, public/private partnership, industry measurement, marketing and promotion are among the 16 areas which must be addressed if Caribbean tourism is to grow by four per cent annually over the next ten years...

Dieting

‘Different strokes for different folks’

June lost 25 pounds. Susan lost 32 on the Romano Foundation’s programme. But ask each of them what she did to achieve her new figure and their stories are not the same...

Windies cruises in Notts sun

A heartening effort by their array of inexperienced bowlers followed by a determined batting performance earned the West Indies a comfortable seven-wicket victory over England yesterday...

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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...

Pan to take over Laventille

Pan enthusiasts will be treated to the scintillating sounds of pan from July 23 to August 6 with the hosting of panyard concerts in Laventille and environs...

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

 
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