razes Penal school
days before the start of the new school term,
fire destroyed Penal Rock Road Hindu School, leaving
138 students displaced...
Diego five granted $130,000
A URP foreman was among five people who were granted
a total of $130,000 bail by Port-of-Spain magistrate
Marcia Murray yesterday...
delayed, stranded, as Beauport under pressure
Hundreds of seabridge passengers were stranded in
Trinidad and Tobago over the past two days, as the
only boat serving as their transport, the MV Beauport,
felt the strain of its heavy work schedule...
CoP face fire from JSC
of the Police Service Commission and Commissioner
of Police Trevor Paul faced incisive questioning from
members of a joint select committee, which was convened
in Parliament yesterday to examine the PSCs
2001 and 2002 reports...
Boost agriculture to fight prices
has exhausted its options for exempting
basic food items from Value Added Tax (VAT)
as a method of combating rising prices,
economist Dr Dhanayshar Mahabir said...
is mantalk? What do men talk about with
each other? What are they thinking? The
Mermade Theatre & MSJ Productions presentation
of MANtalk, offers some answers to these
seeks 4x100 relay medal today in Athens
heavy feeling of failure which had burdened
T&Ts runners since the start
of the track events on August 20, was
lifted yesterday when Darrel Brown, Marc
Burns, Nicconnor Alexander and...
dealer moves to Fed Park
April this year, when Mark Pereira closed
down his hugely successful business, 101
Art Gallery, it sparked tremendous speculation
among the small group of art patrons in
Monarch winner still to receive $
hints at dropping out
Soca Monarch champion Bunji Garlin may not
be defending his title in 2005. Speaking
from New York on Wednesday, Garlin said
he was upset over not receiving his $150,000
cash prize for having won the competition,
which took place February 20, at the Queens
Revellers is the winner of the George
Bailey Large Band award. Check out more
photos from Carnival 2004...