Tuesday 18th January, 2005

 
 
 
 
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PNM Tobago political leader Orville London, left, and defeated DAC leader Hochoy Charles.

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Hochoy loses

Heavy rainfall which caused landslides in T&T in the past few days may also have been a key factor in the PNM’s political landslide victory in the Tobago House of Assembly election yesterday...

NAR not waiting to expire

NAR Tobago chairman Christo Gift predicted that the PNM would win yesterday’s Tobago House of Assembly election, while asserting that his party was not a political body waiting to expire...

Baptists launch tsunami relief fund

Spiritual Baptists have established an Asian tsunami relief fund at First Citizen’s Bank, St James, according to Spiritual Shouter Baptist Archbishop Amilius Morrain...

Palm’s Club landslide cuts off part of roadway

Traffic woes for motorists

A retaining wall at Palm’s Club in San Fernando, collapsed after heavy rains on Sunday, blocking off part of the roadway...

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Central Bank paints bright picture

The local economy is growing faster than expected, creating thousands of new jobs last year and leading to nearly US$3 billion in foreign reserves, Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams said yesterday...

Cultural gifts under the trees

Come, January 19, the Hotel Normandie, St Ann’s will be transformed into a sea of rags and flags as Carnival 2005 Under the Trees kicks off...

Jaggernauth too much for Bajans

T&T wins by 48 runs in St Lucy

Offspinner Amit Jaggernauth claimed five wickets as T&T beat Barbados by 48 runs yesterday, the fourth and final day of their Carib Beer series cricket match at North Stars in St Lucy...

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FTAA ‘dish’ may never be served

Not unlike the slow-starting Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) may well leave Port-of-Spain all dressed up with no guests in sight...

 

Presentation College and Rotary Club

The action was hot on Saturday night at the grounds of Presentation College, Chaguanas, when the prestigious educational institution, in collaboration with the Chaguanas Rotary Club, staged its all-inclusive fund-raiser Carnival fete...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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