his colleague, right, calling for help, a Petrotrin
Phase II Pan Groove supporter holds on to Len Boogsie
Sharpe after the ace pan arranger collapsed in his
arms soon after the steelband finished playing in
the National Panorama semifinal on Sunday night
at Queens Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain. Sharpe
was diagnosed as suffering from exhaustion and also
had a high blood sugar level, but eventually discharged
himself from Port-of-Spain General Hospital and
was back home yesterday. Phase II won first place
in the semis.
here for full 2004-2005 budget
responds to budget
formulates repair plan
to deal with landslides
has formulated a Landslide Repair programme costing
$190 million to treat with all existing slope failures,
Works Minister Franklin Khan said yesterday...
lecturers stand firm
at UWIs St Augustine campus made good on their
promise to shut down the campus yesterday, as several
morning classes had to be cancelled because teachers
failed to show up...
pleads for return to classes
spite of yesterdays campus shutdown at UWI,
St Augustine, Science, Technology and Tertiary Education
Minister Colm Imbert urged UWI lecturers to resume
classes today as an act of good faith...
plan for Guyana in the works
is working out a relief plan for Guyana, after
discussions on the issue between Prime Minister
Patrick Manning and Guyana president Bharrat Jagdeo