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Last march for Lt Celestine

Soldiers bow their heads in respect as the casket of 2nd Lt Colin Celestine is carried into the military cemetery in St James yesterday. Celestine died when his car crashed into a bus on the Priority Bus Route in Trincity on Monday.
Photo: Lester Forde



Guns galore!

Nine sophisticated guns, a hand grenade, ten blocks of cocaine and more than 300 rounds of assorted ammunition were seized by police who raided a house in Rousillac, south Trinidad, late Wednesday...

Private sector more prone to finance crime–Dumas

Local Government Minister Rennie Dumas says the private sector, and not the Government, is more capable of funding the drug and gun trades in T&T...

Kidnap accused begs judge for early hearing

Kester Romany, who is charged with the kidnapping of Rondell Lord, pleaded yesterday for Magistrate Ejenny Espinet to start the matter against him as soon as possible...

2 million work-related deaths every year

Statistics have shown that two million people die every year from work-related causes, according to an International Labour Organisation representative...

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Carib workers angry at union

A sell out! That’s how Carib workers have described the decision by their union to return to work today following a nine- week lock-out by the Caribbean Development Company, brewers of Carib beer...

The Barbershop...a man's domain

At the salon they are all women talk about. But when men go to their favourite barbershop, sports—and not women—rule their conversations...

Key, Strauss play sweetly in opener

Robert Key made the most of a rare opportunity and Andrew Strauss’ love affair with his home ground continued as the pair showed no mercy against an inexperienced and wayward West Indies bowling attack on the opening day of the first cricket Test yesterday...

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Shorelands residents oppose luxury tower plan

Several residents of the upscale, seaside community of Shorelands in west Trinidad are less than happy about the planned construction of three luxury high-rise apartment buildings in what they say is an already utility-strained neighbourhood...

Jazz on a hill

President George Maxwell Richards crystallised the opinion of many when he remarked on Sunday that he never envisaged being on the famous San Fernando Hill overlooking the city participating in the launch of a jazz festival...

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

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