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Prime Minister Patrick Manning leaves Whitehall, Port-of-Spain, yesterday after a second round of talks on the police reform bills.

Photo: Karla Ramoo


TSTT slashes long distance by half, but...

Local rates heading up

Long-distance rates to the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom have been slashed by half, in an aggressive move by telecom provider TSTT to help position the company as the leading service provider in a competitive environment...

UNC enters police reform debate with open mind, as...

PNM sticks to script

The Opposition UNC will enter this morning’s Lower House debate on the police reform bills “with an open mind,” facing amendments on two bills and on notice for more amendments, the party’s leader Basdeo Panday confirmed yesterday...

Saada’s granny appeals to Vijay’s abductors

Isabella Singh, grandmother of kidnapped toddler Saada Singh, is begging Vijay Persad’s kidnappers to release him...

Vijay’s kidnapping probe

Police free 3 of 6 detained

A nurse and two of her children have been released as suspects in the kidnapping of Vijay Persad...

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T&T ready for ISPS

Local ports are now awaiting certification from the Coast Guard to confirm they are ready to meet Thursday’s deadline for the implementation of an international security code...

‘George is George, I am me’ ...says Nicholas Bovell

One morning Nicholas Bovell came hobbling into my English and the Media class. “What happened to your leg?” I asked...

Lara showers praise on bowlers

West Indies cricket captain Brian Lara yesterday expressed surprise at how well his bowlers performed as the team beat England by seven wickets in the first completed Natwest Trophy one-dayer at Trent Bridge on Sunday...

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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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