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NH International executive chairman Emile Elias defends his company’s work on the Scarborough hospital project and a private development owned by Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley during a news conference yesterday.

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Make charges outside House

Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis has dared the Opposition UNC to take documents regarding corruption allegations against Housing Minister Keith Rowley outside of the Parliament...

AG looks at documents in Rowley probe

Attorney General John Jeremie has not yet advised Prime Minister Patrick Manning on what form the investigation into the UNC’s allegations against Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley will take, a spokesman said yesterday...

Elias: Nothing to investigate

Contractor Emile Elias said Opposition Chief Whip Ganga Singh quoted from stolen documents when he accused Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley of personally benefiting from materials which were removed from the Scarborough hospital project...

Elias ‘missing files’ a diversion—Singh

Opposition Chief Whip Ganga Singh has denied knowledge of how files went missing from NH International (Caribbean) Ltd boss Emile Elias’ office...

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Economist: New jobs not productive

Finance Minister Patrick Manning’s vision of low inflation coupled with low unemployment is unrealistic given that additional output is not being generated, economist Dr Dhanayshar Mahabir said...

Homemade curry & dosti

Our local Indian cuisine has been woven into the fabric of our culinary landscape. When our East Indian ancestors arrived they brought with them as many familiar things as they possibly could to remind them of their mother country...

T&T cricketers go for win with happy memories

T&T will open its challenge today for the 2004 West Indies Limited Overs cricket title against Barbados at its happy hunting ground at the Enmore Recreation Facility in East Coast Guyana...

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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...

Pan the winner at Clash of Steel

Last weekend’s Port-of-Spain Clash of Steel competition at the Queen’s Park Oval provided an excellent platform for the city’s pan arrangers to experiment with their repertoire...

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

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