Saturday 19th March, 2005

 
 
 
 
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World Test record holder for batting Brian Lara took time to participate in an anti-crime march around Queen’s Park Savannah with students from Port-of-Spain schools yesterday. Lara is expected to respond today to the WICB’s invitation for him to be part of the home series against South Africa. And while, Lara contemplated his decision, the students enjoyed a mini-jump up after the march.

Photo: Brian Ng Fatt

News

Master batsman offered spot on regional side

WICB waits for Lara

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has delayed naming the West Indies team for the home series against South Africa because it has given star batsman Brian Lara 24 hours to accept the match/tour contract to play...

Doctors, new RHAs team in wage talks

The regional health authorities’ new joint negotiating team and the Medical Professionals Association met for further talks yesterday, regarding better terms and conditions for consultants and registrars...

Saith on claims of corruption

‘Bring evidence’

Acting Prime Minister Lenny Saith says if Transparency International has concerns over corruption and possesses any information to justify them, the group should make it available to Government, who will then respond...

Prisons Service mourns slain officer

Tears flowed in the visitors’ waiting room at the Forensic Science Centre yesterday, as relatives of slain prisons officer Anslem Paul viewed his bullet-riddled body lying on a slab...

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Spurred on by automated trading...Stocks explode

When Stock Exchange general manager Hugh Edwards rang the bell to signal the end of the historic first day of automated trading at noon yesterday, there was applause from the stockbrokers and traders at the Ajax Street offices of the local stock market...

Let’s get our children back in shape

It’s appalling how unfit some of our nation’s children have become! Ages six to 16, take a look at them; some are overweight and some are just unfit. Youths are supposed to have endless energy; running and playing are supposed to be their favourite pastimes...

T&T vs Jamaica in Pan Am jr hockey

T&T’s junior women’s hockey team will be after their second win from three matches when they oppose Jamaica in the fifth Pan American Junior Hockey Championships at the Roberto Gotay Field Hockey Centre in San Juan, Puerto Rico from 4 pm today...

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NGC lowers gas prices

Local manufacturers will benefit from a lower natural gas price after reaching an agreement with the National Gas Co for a 12.5 per cent reduction...

Third World grooves at Zen

Reggae music continued to rule the roost at Club Zen, Port-of-Spain, on Wednesday night, when one of the genre’s foundation bands held the spotlight...

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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Partly Cloudy High: 34° Low: 23° 10%
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Mar 21
Scattered Showers High: 34° Low: 23° 30%
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Scattered Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
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Scattered Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
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Scattered Showers High: 33° Low: 22° 30%
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Partly Cloudy High: 33° Low: 23° 20%
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