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Caparo River ‘come down’

Boys ride through Sharpe Road, Caparo, which became flooded when the Caparo River burst its banks yesterday after heavy rains. The Met Office has issued a flood watch for the Caparo Basin.

Photo: Adrian Boodan

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Government revamps Tidco

Restructured TDC within two months

The Tourism and Industrial Development Company (Tidco) has been scrapped. Tourism Minister Howard Chin Lee, speaking at yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference, at Whitehall, Port-of-Spain, announced that Tidco would be replaced by the Tourism Development Corporation (TDC)...

NUGFW loses round one

The Industrial Court has rejected an application by the National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW) to declare the lock-out of Caribbean Development Company (CDC) workers illegal..

Prisoner attempts suicide in San Fernando court

A San Fernando prisoner reportedly tried to hang himself in the cell block at San Fernando Magistrates' Court on Wednesday...

New vests safe says Snaggs

Police Commissioner Everald Snaggs said yesterday he would feel safe going on a raid or a roadblock wearing one of the new bullet-proof vests bought for the police...

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Radio licences approved under old, repealed law

The thirteen new radio station licences that have been approved by Cabinet will not be granted under the new Telecommunications Act proclaimed on July 1st...

Jit to be inducted into Order

Pan impresario Jit Samaroo is among a group of six to be inducted into the Order of St Clement Emancipation Award 2003 on July 18...

Lara and Sammy left out in the rain

For two reasons, yesterday’s last preliminary match in the three-nation One-Day International cricket series between West Indies and New Zealand was extra special...

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Telecom clock ticking

Being almost last out of the starting blocks may not be such a bad thing in the race for telecom liberalisation...

Tommy Joseph in concert—finally

All roads lead to Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain tomorrow night, on show is Tommy Joseph, considered by many as the funniest man in the Caribbean...

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

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Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Friday
Jul 9
Showers Tonights Low: 23° 50%
Saturday
Jul 10
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 23° 50%
Sunday
Jul 11
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 50%
Monday
Jul 12
Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 23° 50%
Tuesday
Jul 13
Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 22° 40%
Wednesday
Jul 14
Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 23° 50%
Thursday
Jul 15
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 50%
Friday
Jul 16
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 50%
Saturday
Jul 17
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 50%
Sunday
Jul 18
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 40%
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