Wednesday 19th January, 2005

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Tobago-born Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley shares high-fives with PNM supporters at the party’s Scarborough headquarters on Monday night after it swept the THA election. However, the DAC yesterday said it wants a recount of four seats won by the PNM.

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Robbery at his Carenage home....

German artist killed

A German artist living in Trinidad was yesterday afternoon attacked and killed by four men who stormed his Carenage home, in what police believe was a robbery...

Mark warns PNM: Don’t let victory fool you!

Opposition senator Wade Mark has described the PNM’s victory in the Tobago House of Assembly election as a hollow one...

4 DAC candidates call for recount

Four DAC candidates who lost their seats in Monday’s Tobago House of Assembly election filed petitions yesterday for a recount of their votes...

Hazel condemns sale of alcohol at Youth Fest

Education Minister Hazel Manning has said her ministry would never sanction the sale of alcohol at events attended by school-aged children...

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Grenada to grow by 7.4 per cent next year

Permanent Secretary in the Grenada’s Finance Ministry Timothy Antoine yesterday blasted banks and insurance companies for their role in encouraging sub-standard housing and under insurance...

A new day for digital convergence

January 11’s keynote address at the opening of the MacWorld San Francisco conference by Apple CEO Steve Jobs held few or no surprises for Mac users who had been frequenting rumour sites online or...

Barbados fell into our trap - Ganga

Daren Ganga, captain of the T&T team that humbled giants Barbados, says that the hosts fell to the trap that had been set for them, on the final day of the second round Carib Beer match at the North Stars Ground Monday...

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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...


Saucy performance at children’s soca show

Dempster too hot for parents

Former Road March winner Sanell Dempster came under heavy criticism on Monday, following her performance at the Orchard’s Spektakula children’s show on Sunday at Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo...

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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