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FOOD FIGHT

PoS Businesses challenge Public Health Inspectors

Nazimul Ali points to his kitchen during a tour of his Park Street, Port-of-Spain restaurant Dee Balo’s yesterday. Ali’s business was named on a list of eateries which did not meet required public health standards. He denies this and plans to sue the Port-of-Spain City Corporation.

Photo: Noel Saldenha

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Eateries to sue PoS corp

Wendell Stephens, owner of Cheemal Ice Delights, and Nazimul Ali, owner of Dee Balo’s chain of creole/East Indian food restaurants, plan to sue the Port-of-Spain City Corporation following Monday’s announcement of errant food businesses at a news conference at City Hall...

Pensioners to get Christmas ‘backpay’

Pensioners and others in receipt of public assistance should receive a little “backpay” in their December 1 cheques as a result of increases implemented in the 2005 budget in October, acting Social Services Minister Mustapha Abdul-Hamid assured yesterday...

Manning due to return tomorrow

Prime Minister Patrick Manning was scheduled to return home tomorrow, after a visit to Jamaica and Cuba, acting Prime Minister Joan Yuille-Williams said yesterday...

Roberts scathed over Safety Act

Independent and Opposition senators yesterday rebuked Government for failing to implement the Occupational Health and Safety Act, although it was passed in Parliament almost a year ago...

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TCL not phased by tariff decision

The Jamaica government will not be implementing the safeguard duty of 25.83 per cent to protect Caribbean Cement, a subsidiary of Trinidad Cement Ltd, from unfair imports...

Riding to his dream

Englishman Richard Gregg was a teacher when he decided he could take on the world, literally, on his bicycle. “I could have chosen to fly but that was too easy,” Gregg said...

No honeymoon for West Indies...says coach Bennett King

Australian Bennett King expects no easy ride when he takes up the arduous task of reviving West Indies’ cricket fortunes, after he was named the new team coach in place of Gus Logie...

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Profits despite hardships

“There’s not going to be any red on my books this year,” Guardian General managing director Gerrard Lee Inniss declared recently...

 

Destra to perform at Rachel Price’s ‘White Night’

Soca Queen Destra is all set to make her acting debut at good friend, top comedienne Rachel Price’s big seventh anniversary concert—White Night—scheduled for November 20 at Jean Pierre Complex...

 

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

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