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Fabulous FABBA Girls Suzie Webb and Zoe Nicholas perform at the 95.1 FM’s Retro Party at Pier I, Chaguaramas, on Saturday night.

Photo by: David Wears


PM: Budget in October

Returning from Cuba with a new pacemaker and without his familiar glasses early yesterday morning, Prime Minister Patrick Manning came with news of a delay in the presentation of the 2005 Budget...

Central cops crack down on drugs

Central Division police cracked down on drug pushers, traffickers and users last weekend. During a day-long exercise which finished after 5 pm, on Saturday, Insp Lume, Sgt Ajith Persad and PCs Ramlogan, Tolaram and Brandon John raided a house in Longdenville...

Back to school today

After a two-month break the nation’s children go back to school today. Activity books have been packed away and new school books papered, uniforms ironed and the August holidays a fond, distant memory...

Police nab 8 with stolen goods

Eight people, all of whom are close relatives, were detained yesterday morning by West End detectives, after a raid on three houses in the Diego Martin area...

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Scotia 9-month EPS up 11 per cent

Scotiabank T&T Ltd posted earnings of 44.3 cents in the third quarter ended 31 July 2004. This compares with 50.6 cents in the first quarter and 42.9 cents per share in the second quarter. Net interest and other income was $140.2 million, $132.29 million...

Varicose veins Devastating to women’s self-image

Varicose veins pose a serious problem for thousands of women in T&T. Although not necessarily painful, these unsightly veins on the legs of an otherwise attractive woman, can be very devastating to her self-image...

St Clair gets full team of pros for training session

National football coach Bertille St Clair will be hoping to put the constraints of the past week behind him when he holds a training session today, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium with his full team of overseas-based pros along with the locals...

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Art dealer moves to Fed Park

In 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 the country...

The good times rolled

Tribute band Fabba Girls whetted the appetites of ABBA lovers on Saturday night at Pier I, while across at Mobs 2 international gospel singer Kirk Franklin sang praises to thousands at the Rebirth concert...

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

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Aug 30
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