Wednesday 13th October, 2004

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Aye! Aye!

A student of Sacred Heart Boys’ RC School plays his heart out on the maracas during the preliminary round of the National Junior Arts Festival/San Fest 2004 at City Hall, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. The school made it to the final due to take place at Creative Arts Centre, San Fernando, on a date to be announced.

Photo: Andrea De Silva

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Honduran new honcho at TSTT

TSTT has hired as CEO one of the top telecom executives in the hemisphere—in a move that may foreshadow interest by the American telecom giant Verizon in the local phone monopoly...

T’iefin soldiers face discharge

The two soldiers who were arrested by police for stealing relief items meant for Grenada from the Port Authority on Monday were yesterday given 40 days’ detention without pay...

Rahael shuns ills at San Fernando hospital

Pathologist Dr Chunilal Ramjit was offended yesterday by Health Minister John Rahael’s refusal to visit his department at the San Fernando General Hospital, which is functioning in a building that was condemned 25 years ago by both the City Corporation and the Fire Department...

Mottley warns of devaluation

Former finance minister Wendell Mottley is warning of a possible devaluation of the T&T dollar...

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E&Y head calls for slimmer Government

Colin Soo Ping Chow, Ernst and Young Caribbean executive chairman is calling for a reduction in the number of ministries and state enterprises...

An appeal from Haiti

From bullets to blessings

Haiti seems to be synonymous with suffering. In the past few months alone, floods, tropical storms and bloody revolts have claimed thousands of lives on the island. For the vast majority of Haitians crippling poverty is a reality...

The big clash

T&T, Mexico meet in ‘City of Angels’

T&T will be aiming to turn the tables on its Mexican counterparts, when the teams clash in a return leg semi-final round World Cup qualifier, at the Estadio Cauhtemoc in Puebla at 8:30 tonight (9:30 T&T time)...

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Mouttet, partners have regional hotel ambitions

Courtyard Marriott Port-of-Spain is four months behind schedule and is over budget, but businessman Christian Mouttet is looking to open the international hotel by mid-December...

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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