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Trinidad Lake Asphalt general manager Wayne Woods, right, leads China’s
vice-president Zeng Qinghong, his translator Zhou Yu and other members of
the delegation on a tour of the Pitch Lake in La Brea yesterday.

Photo: Shirley Bahadur

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News

China says ‘thanks’ with $152m loan

China’s vice-president Zeng Qinghong thanked the T&T Government yesterday for supporting its “one-China policy” regarding Taiwan after agreeing, in principle, to lend this nation more than $152.24 million...

Shalleika creates calypso history

Eight-year-old Shalleika Hazell created history yesterday when she won the Junior Calypso Monarch at Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain...

Bayshore residents against party for charity

Daryan Warner, realtor and son of football mogul Jack Warner, says he plans to ignore a petition by his Bayshore neighbours, who want to stop a party he plans for Carnival Saturday...

Time to bolster disaster readiness plan - Beckles

Public Utilities and the Environment Minister Penelope Beckles said yesterday that due to the recent ravages of hurricanes, tsunamis and floods throughout the world, T&T needed to bolster its disaster management policy...

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Valley not ruling out BWIA shutdown

BWIA’s closure is an option its board of directors will be considering as it deliberates on a plan for the airline’s future, said Trade & Industry Minister Kenneth Valley yesterday...

The high cost of waving

All-inclusive fetes have always been the norm for Sheldon Prince, of Glencoe. The 32-year-old said he prefers them to the larger fetes because they are safer and more convenient to his pocket...

Lara pours cold water on Aussies

Brian Lara yesterday poured cold water on Australia’s apparent preoccupation with becoming the first team to amass 400 runs in a One-Day International innings...

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Mario’s growing with new dough

After years in which the business was as flat as one of its pizzas, one of this country’s oldest fast food operations is responding to the recent growth in the industry...

Doug E Fresh beats off Xtatik drummer

When Machel Montano’s Alternative Concert came on the scene in 2003, it was a much-welcomed concept for Carnival lovers who did not want the ram and cram of a 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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