Tuesday 12th October, 2004

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Up in flames

A burnt-out shell is all that remains of a commercial building at Frisco Junction, Point Fortin yesterday, hours after fire gutted it on Sunday, destroying seven businesses and leaving more than 30 people without jobs.

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Soldiers held with Grenada-bound items

Car search yields clothes, food and building materials

Police on the Port-of-Spain port detained two army privates yesterday, after they were held with a number of articles that were destined for the needy people of Grenada, devastated last month by Hurricane Ivan...

Disease spread at minimum

Grenada’s Health Minister Ann David-Antoine has denied that infectious diseases are invading the hurricane-ravaged island...

Dirt piles block Blitz villagers

For the past two weeks, residents of Blitz Village Extension have been cut off from the rest of Pleasantville by three mounds of dirt left in the middle of the road by a private contractor hired by the Unemployment Relief Programme...

Rahael: Hints of inaccuracy in drug shortage report

Health Minister John Rahael says much inaccurate information has been coming from officials of public health institutions about a shortage of drugs...

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It’s out of my hands—Enill

Public sector reform will soon be back on the Government’s agenda, Minister in the Ministry of Finance Conrad Enill said yesterday...

Eyes on the target

Couva is proud to claim Lendyn Philip, 18, an amazing young man whose excitement emanates from within him and flows through the thrilled tone of his voice. Philip, the son of retired English Literature teacher, Arthur, brought home an additional scholarship in mathematics...

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Scarborough Sec eyes Tobago crown

Scarborough Secondary hopes to join Presentation College as one of the five zone champions in the British Gas Secondary Schools Football League, when it goes after the Tobago Zone title today...

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Once bitten, twice shy

At least two of the original applicants for cellular licences have bowed out of the game the second time around citing significant changes in market conditions which may erode their competitiveness...

East PoS steelbands outduel the west

Pannists from east Port-of-Spain walked away with bragging rights over their western counterparts when the curtains came down early Sunday morning on the Queen’s Park Cricket Club’s inaugural Clash of Steel competition...

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

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Oct 12
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