steps on the gas
giant bpTT announced yesterday that it intends to
divest three of its mature producing fields off the
east coast of Trinidad, as the company seeks to concentrate
on natural gas production...
bails out Tuco
The Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation
has been bailed out of its financial debt by state-owned
Petrotrin, after falling short for the 2005 Carnival
tricked my client says lawyer
attorney Chateram Sinanan has accused an unnamed homicide
policeman of tricking his teenage client, who is charged
with murder, into signing a confession on Thursday...
slips during pollution debate
The Director of Public Prosecutions should resign
from his post if he has any sense of professionalism,
Couva South MP Kelvin Ramnath has said...
local equity in, says South Chamber
Trinidad Chamber president Jim Lee Young
yesterday described the proposed bpTT divestment
of three fields off the Trinidad east coast
as a tremedous opportunity for the
country in terms of local equity participation.
is still the safest and most natural way
to lose weight. This is the view of president
of the Pharmacy Board Wazir Hosein...
West Indies Cricket Crisis
Recall seven Formula reached for settlement
Caricom-appointed sub-committee on cricket
is calling on the West Indies Cricket
Board (WICB) to reinstate Brian Lara and
the six other Cable & Wireless sponsored
players, who were left out of a training
squad for the series against South Africa...
with many hats...
Calder Hart wears several hats nowadays.
CEO of the Home Mortgage Bank.
Hes chairman of the National Insurance
of both worlds
three Trini-born, American-based rappers,
add the son of a calypso legend and whats
the result? The best of both worlds,
according to The Regimefour men with
a vision of transforming the sound of local
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends