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Israel Ramjohn, of Morvant, one of three students who earned the second highest score in the SEA exam, shares a light moment with his little brother Joel, in his mother Claudette’s arms, father Shem and big sister, Julia. Photo: Shirley Bahadur

News

‘Parents are the key’

Behind the counter of his parents’ burger cart is where Israel Ramjohn will be found this August holiday...

UNC calls for apology

The United National Congress has condemned Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s statements in Parliament on Friday as a “racist attack on the Indo-Trinidadian woman,” and is calling for a public apology...

Fire and brimstone from Oliver

TTUTA president Trevor Oliver has promised turmoil in T&T unless an agreement is reached over new wage packages for teachers...

Abdulah: T&T more ready than most for CSME

T&T is 85 per cent ready for the Caricom Single Market and Economy (CSME), but the rest of the Caribbean is nowhere near there, says trade unionist David Abdulah...

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Crime affecting consumer confidence

The Central Bank’s decision to hold the repo rate steady in the face of a 25 basis point increase in the US Federal Reserve rate is not surprising, economist Dr Dhanaysahr Mahabir said...

No child’s play in...

For as long as Denise Payne-Ferdinand, 41, can remember, she always had a love affair with dolls...

Windies falls easy to Kiwis

New Zealand collected their second win of the NatWest Series, easily chasing a target of 217 to beat West Indies yesterday...

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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...

Prime Minister’s Best Village Competition

Mayaro’s Selwyn Coppin made history as the first Papa Rabat—a male dancer who introduces the female bele dancer, and Arouca’s Cherisse Ashby was crowned Miss Folk Fair...

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

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