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T&T’s top SEA student Reanna Gobin, of Grant Memorial Presbyterian Primary School, poses with Education Minister Hazel Manning yesterday, after she was given a bouquet by the minister for topping this year’s SEA exams.

News

‘Where were you then, Patrick?’

UNC MP Nizam Baksh has said he felt deeply hurt Prime Minister Patrick Manning did not visit his family to comfort them when his son Ashmead was kidnapped and murdered in May...

Paul tipped to replace Snaggs

Deputy Police Commissioner Trevor Paul is the Government’s choice to replace Everald Snaggs as Police Commissioner...

Venezuelans invite Trinis to celebrate independence

Venezuelans have invited T&T nationals to join their celebrations to mark the 193rd anniversary of the South American country’s independence from Spain...

Grant Memorial tops SEA again

Grant Memorial Presbyterian Primary School has repeated its 2000 feat by topping the island in the 2004 Secondary Entrance Examinations (SEA)...

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Central Bank holds repo rate steady

Central Bank is holding its repo rate at five per cent, the Bank stated yesterday in its monthly repo release...

Top-notch show at BET Awards

I actually stayed up until the completion of the after-awards news show in the wee hours of Wednesday morning as I was fully wired from watching Tuesday night’s BET Awards...

Windies falters again

England powered to its first victory of the NatWest Series yesterday at Headingley with a seven-wicket win over the West Indies on the back of incisive fast bowling from Steve Harmison and James Anderson and a Marcus Trescothick half-century...

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Why Suriname?

Why now?

T&T manufacturers spent the greater part of last week in Suriname. The trip, a trade mission, was organised by the local Manufacturers’ Association, Tidco and RBTT...

Hip Hop – freestyle rap battle

The crowd gathers. Two guys face off in front of the DJ. The track rolls. Every ear is cocked, every head bops to the beat. First breath... then the insults fly. A freestyle rap battle is on. No, it is not a scene from the Emminem movie, The 8 Mile...

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

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