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Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley holds a copy of the Privileges Committee’s report on the alleged tearoom brawl after a news conference at his office on South Quay, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. The report was distributed to MPs and reporters in Parliament, last Friday.

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Parliament tearoom brawl

Sharma faked injury - Rowley

Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he disagrees with the Privileges Committee’s finding that there was no contempt in the alleged incident involving him and Fyzabad MP Chandresh Sharma in the Parliament tearoom, last September...

Airport inquiry adjourned to May 2

The inquiry into allegations of corruption arising out of the Piarco airport development project has been delayed again, as defence attorney Russell Martineau, SC, applied to the court for a lengthy adjournment...

Week-long series of special masses

T&T Catholics celebrate Pope

The local Catholic archdiocese will host a series of masses in celebration of the life of Pope John Paul II, who died on Saturday...

President Richards: John Paul II leaves indelible mark

President of T&T George Maxwell Richards says Pope John Paul II leaves a mark on human history that will not be erased...

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Threat to Caricom is threat to T&T - PM

Prime Minister Patrick Manning said yesterday that “any direct threat to the social and economic security of CARICOM was a threat to T&T and vice versa.”

Religious heads pay tribute to Pope John Paul II

‘He was a great soul’

Many respected him even though they did not agree with the message. Pope John Paul II (1920-2005) united people of all faiths. He was the longest Pontificate in history, appointed in 1970, and the power of his ideas is what inspired people...

Kallis’ 21st 100 denies Windies

Jacques Kallis compiled an unbeaten 109 yesterday, as South Africa secured a comfortable draw against the West Indies on the fifth and final day of the opening cricket Test at Bourda...

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Government looking for local input

Government wants local companies to be involved in bpTT’s sale of its offshore Teak, Poui and Samaan assets, Energy Minister Eric Williams said last week Thursday...

 

Sandra shines in the mother of concerts

It was a production befitting a queen and Singing Sandra didn’t disappoint her “subjects.” With Glenroy Watson as its executive producer, Mother, the concert, was held on Saturday night at Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, before a large audience...

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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