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Women on the march

Women came out in their numbers to the Brian Lara Promenade, Port-of-Spain, yesterday, as they commemorated International Women’s Day with a rally and march. Hundreds of them offered support to the fight for equal rights. In this photo, members of the public take in the march along Independence Square, following a programme which featured several speakers and performances.

Photo: Wendy-Ann Duncan

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Deosaran seeks action against Ayoung-Chee

Acting Senate President Rawle Titus will rule today whether he will refer to Parliament’s Privileges Committee, a complaint by Independent senator Dr Ramesh Deosaran that San Fernando doctor Philip Ayoung-Chee physically threatened him in a letter...

US praises T&T’s fight against drugs

Despite the crime wave in T&T, America’s top international narcotics official has praised the drug-fighting efforts of T&T, while calling on the Government to enact anti-money laundering legislation...

Sharma vs Integrity Commission

Strike out hearsay evidence—State

Attorney Russell Martineau, SC, has called on a San Fernando High Court judge to strike out four paragraphs in Siparia MP Chandresh Sharma’s second judicial review against the Integrity Commission, saying they were hearsay...

Judges exempted from declaring assets, liabilities

Supreme Court and magistrates courts judges may have received an exemption from declaring their assets and liabilities under the Integrity in Public Life Act, even though Government ministers are required to do so...

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Green Fund worth $466m...but not in use

The Green Fund has a balance of close to $466 million, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Public Utilities and the Environment, Earl Nesbitt, revealed yesterday...

Standing tall - T&T’s first female Pentecostal bishop-elect awaits consecration

She is small in stature—standing at about five foot two in heels— but the aura of the Rev Kathy Ann Samaroo seems larger than life. Imposing, even...

West Indies cricket crisis

Richie calls for dialogue

Former West Indies cricket captain Richie Richardson told a Toronto radio audience on Saturday night that he was “saddened and disappointed” about the sponsorship row between Digicel and Cable & Wireless, which is threatening the future of West Indies cricket...

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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...

Sparks of brilliance at concert for pan legend

Sparks of brilliance flew from the double-tenor pan of jazz musician Clyde “Lightning” George, as he showed his star power and lit up the Mas Camp Entertainment Centre on French Street, Woodbrook, on Monday night...

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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