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T&T’s Curtis Cox is alone in the lead as the runners in yesterday’s Clico Marathon go down Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook. Cox went on to win the race in two hours, 24 minutes and 21 seconds and a pay day worth $25,200. He triumphed over a field of more than 400 runners in the 26.2 —mile run from Mid Centre Mall, Chaguanas, to the finish line outside the Queen’s Park Oval on Tagarete Road, Port-of-Spain. Photo: Anthony Harris

News

NAR a spent force—Charles

The National Alliance for Reconstruction has conceded that it will not win an elections if one is called tomorrow...

Pedestrian mall barriers removed

The controversial barriers at High Street, San Fernando, were removed yesterday, a day earlier than planned, leaving a free flow of private vehicles through the city centre...

Yuille-Williams: Men can make positive changes in own behaviour

Men are not taking full advantage of the various training programmes offered by the Ministry of Community Development...

Bishop Bess warns racist radio talk shows

There are radio talk show hosts who promote race, head of the Anglican church Bishop Calvin Bess said yesterday...

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Rochard Douglas wins agri science contest

The students of Rochard Douglas Presbyterian School chose to raise baby chickens for their project in the Republic Bank Agri–Science competition this year, and that choice turned out to be a wise one...

Gone - but far from forgotten

A miniature stuffed lion sitting on a swing rocks gently in the breeze at the entrance to Christine Tanker’s apartment...

Cox shocks ’em after 19 years trying

Curtis Cox finally captured the title that had evaded him for 19 years. He beat seven-time champion, Pamenos Ballantyne of St Vincent and the Grenadines, to win the Clico T&T Marathon yesterday...

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These women are IT

Gail McCarthy still gets raised eyebrows when she walks into a meeting. It not because the 31-year-old is stunning or the fact that she stands at five feet, eight inches...

 

Pan showdown at Oval

Queen’s Park Cricket Club is to host another classic showdown, not of rival teams, but of steelbands...

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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