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Lunch at Breakfast Shed

Prime Minister Patrick Manning, third from left, and his wife Hazel, second from left, have lunch at Breakfast Shed yesterday. Manning, with Cabinet members Camille Robinson-Regis, left, Franklin Khan, Conrad Enill, second from right, Calder Hart, Urban Development Co chairman and Christine Sahadeo as well as finance technocrats walked across to the Port venue to savour the tasty dishes.

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Lawsuit stops Fantasy Tours

Two men busily scrubbed dingy, white plastic chairs, while another mopped soapy water off the tiled floor...

$1.6m swimming pool for Morean

Taxpayers paid approximately $1.6 million (£135,325) for the supply and installation of a swimming pool at the T&T High Commissioner’s residence in London, UK...

State closes case in murder trial

The Prosecution closed its case yesterday against a Beetham Gardens teenager charged with the murder of a policeman in 2002...

Disabled head fights for justice

George Daniel, president of the T&T chapter of Disabled Peoples International, has filed a constitutional motion claiming his fundamental rights have been infringed by Government’s continuing failure to make public buildings accessible to disabled citizens...

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RBTT group starts $90m head office

Prime Minister Patrick Manning yesterday turned the sod to signal the start of construction on a new regional headquarters for RBTT Financial Holdings, located in St Clair, opposite Queen’s Royal College...

Musicals hit a high note

Before Geraldine Connor’s staging of Carnival Messiah in 2003, the production of musicals was few and far between. There’s a reason why...

Ganga wants fan support vs B’dos

National cricket captain Daren Ganga, has issued a call for support for his team in tomorrow’s crucial final match in the 2005 Carib Beer Regional Series against Barbados, at the Queen’s Park Oval...

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Man with many hats...

Canada-born Calder Hart wears several hats nowadays. He’s CEO of the Home Mortgage Bank. He’s chairman of the National Insurance Board (NIB)...

US comics turn up heat at 51

US comedians Marc Theobald, Jim Lauetta and Mike Britt turned up the heat at Club 51 at Cipriani Boulevard, Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday night with three side-splitting displays of comic genius...

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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