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Eye in the sky

With a newly-commissioned state-of-the art surveillance camera in the background, members of the public march along Independence Square, Port-of-Spain, yesterday, during a rally marking World Aids Day.

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Road to redress cleared in Biche school issue

Legal scrutiny of the Biche High School report has indicated that Government can take legal action against “certain persons” in the matter of the school’s construction, a source said yesterday...

Government moves to recover Piarco $$

The Government has filed lawsuits in a Miami court against 14 people and companies, among them two local businessmen linked to the ongoing probe into the Piarco Airport development project...

Alert for West Nile virus

Chief medical officer Rohit Doon said yesterday that local hospitals were already aware of the dangers of the West Nile virus since last week’s discovery of antibodies for the virus in T&T...

Cops set up eye in the sky

A new state-of-the art surveillance camera has been installed in downtown Port-of-Spain, as Government moves a step further in tackling the escalating crime problem...

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New pitch product launched

Despite its financial setbacks Trinidad Lake Asphalt is moving full speed ahead with plans for the commissioning of its pelletisation plant in La Brea during the first quarter of 2005...

Wine, women and wrong

An HIV-positive man tells his story

Valentines Day means different things to different people. But for Marvin John*, it will always be the day he found out he was HIV-positive..

Players sport Digicel gear at training camp

The West Indies players called to camp in Barbados were all decked out in Digicel gear during an intense session with new coach Australian Bennett King yesterday at the 3W’s Oval...

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Making Music Magic

George Charles is a man of refined tastes. It tells in his choice of music. Behind his desk at Terminix Pest and Termite Control, where he is the managing director, is a stack of CDs ranging from classical to reggae and jazz to calypso...

Silver Stars fuses Christmas and Carnival

Inviting Sounds of strumming cuatros and vibrant maracas followed the lead of an enterprising, yet rhythmic steelband performance on Saturday evening, when Excellent Stores Silver Stars Steel Orchestra continued their sixth annual Parang and Steel celebration...

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

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