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Easy rider!

The rider of this motorbike may possess brilliant skills, since he parked his bike in this unusual position...but apparently, he can’t read. Either that, or he hoped the police would be so distracted by the sight of his upended bike that they wouldn’t notice he was parked next to a no-parking sign on Broadway, Arima, yesterday.

Photo: Dilip Singh

News

Players to collect US$45,000 each

Members of the West Indies cricket team, still basking in the glory of their thrilling two-wicket win against England in the ICC Champions Trophy final, are now expected to cash in on a US$630,000 (approximately TT$4 million) bonus...

No bail for kidnap accused

A 50-year-old man accused of kidnapping Cap-de-Ville sisters Onessa and Onilla Anthony last Saturday, was denied bail when he appeared in court yesterday...

Naps girl cops CXC award

T&T student Lianna Baboolal, of Naparima Girls’ High School, has copped the prize for the best short story submitted in the English general proficiency paper in this year’s CXC examinations...

Grande honours top contributors

Twenty-nine people, including pioneers in stick-fighting, politics and education, will be honoured tonight for their contributions at the 2004 Grantoc (Grande/Toco) awards function...

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Business community: Budget must cater for non-oil sector

Business organisations want the Budget to include measures to develop the non-oil sector. A statement from the T&T Manufacturers Association said, “The revenue we get from oil and gas must be used for economic diversification in sectors such as manufacturing, agriculture and services.”

Keeping good looks locked up

Compared to relaxed hair, dreadlocks can be considered high maintenance. You have to shampoo and condition twice as much if you’re a physically active lock-wearer and you have to oil them everyday so they won’t dry out...

Grenada PM: Cricket World Cup is top priority

As Grenada recovers from the ravages of Hurricane Ivan, Grenadian Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell said hosting ICC Cricket World Cup matches in 2007 was a top priority for his government...

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RBTT Merchant, Belize in US$100M deal

RBTT Merchant Bank is close to sealing a US$100 million deal with the Government of Belize. Belize Prime Minister Said Musa and other government officials are expected to be in T&T next week to complete the deal...

Animae festival 3.0 this weekend

The third annual Animae Caribe Animation and New-media Festival, possibly the only such festival in the Caribbean, takes place from October 1-2 at the National Library, Port-of-Spain...

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

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Sep 30
Partly Cloudy Tonights Low: 24° 10%
Friday
Oct 1
Partly Cloudy High: 33° Low: 24° 10%
Saturday
Oct 2
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 40%
Sunday
Oct 3
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 60%
Monday
Oct 4
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Tuesday
Oct 5
Partly Cloudy High: 33° Low: 23° 20%
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Partly Cloudy High: 33° Low: 23° 20%
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Oct 7
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
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Oct 9
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 40%
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