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Horace Rampersad weeps, while his wife Janice holds their six-month-old granddaughter, Zephra, at their San Juan home yesterday. The couple lost their son Sanjeev, Zephra’s father, who was killed when a crane at the Port-of-Spain Port crushed him yesterday. In the background of the Port Authority building, stands the crane which rolled over Sanjeev as he checked the stacked containers.

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Crane crushes man on port

Sanjeev Rampersad’s six-month-old daughter, Zephra, was his reason for living. He always boasted of working for his baby and being able to give her everything she wanted...

CJ controversy

Sharma complains again about media

Newspaper publications of extracts of correspondence exchanged by the parties involved in the Chief Justice controversy have seemingly caused CJ Satnarine Sharma some distress...

Kidnap victim’s wife falls ill

Mairoon Baksh, wife of kidnap victim Imam Azzizool Baksh, has fallen ill as she awaits news from the abductors about her husband’s whereabouts...

Edwards leaves lasting mark

Dean Knolly Clarke yesterday advised young doctors to follow in the footsteps of former Chief Medical Officer Dr Rawle Edwards...

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GE seals Ionics deal

GE Infrastructure, a unit of General Electric has sealed its purchase of Ionics Inc which owns a 40 per cent stake in the local desalination company Desalcott...

Big plans for Orange Sky

Excitement is in the air for local rock group Orange Sky as the band prepares to make itself known beyond our shores. Armed with the first single off their new album, hectic months lie ahead in their quest for international recognition....

WIPA meets deadline

The West Indies Players’ Association kept its word yesterday and submitted a reply on contractual negotiations to the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)...

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Financial fantasies

In the classic “pyramid” scheme, participants attempt to make money solely by recruiting new participants into the programme. The hallmark of these schemes is the promise of sky-high returns in a short period of time for doing nothing other than handing over your money and getting others to do the same...

Rock warms up Club 51

The pulsing beat of drums and the screeching of electric guitars were heard even outside of Club 51, Cipriani Boulevard, Port-of-Spain, on February 24. Two bands, Nothing Sphere and Burn, performed for over 100 people at 51 Live Band Wednesdays...

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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