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INTERNATIONAL mas icon Peter Minshall cuts a sombre figure as he arrives at the gala inauguration of the Caribbean Court of Justice at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. Ten heads of government from Caricom member states, along with top members of the regional legal and judicial fraternity, were among the hundreds who attended the $2.5 million event.
Photo: Keith Matthews


Two ministers under probe

Prime Minister Patrick Manning has referred allegations of misbehaviour in public office by two senior Cabinet ministers to the Integrity Commission for investigation...

No political meddling in CCJ

President of the newly-established Caribbean Court of Justice, Michael de la Bastide, made it clear yesterday that the court will not, under any circumstances, be subjected to political interference from any Caricom head of state...

GM rice, flour not labelled

All the rice and flour imported into T&T is genetically-modified. The disclosure was made in the Senate on Tuesday by Legal and Consumer Affairs Minister Danny Montano...

CCJ will serve all

Prime Minister Patrick Manning has said that though T&T was the headquarters of the newly-established Caribbean Court of Justice, the rest of the English-speaking Caribbean could rest assured that the court would go to them in their respective states to cater to their judicial needs...

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Don’t wear out your welcome

Junior Trade Minister Diane Seukeran on Friday warned visiting businessmen from India not to wear out their welcome if they keep coming to this country just to make fast profits and have no intention of establishing roots...

Let’s jam

Home made jams, jellies and chutneys are becoming a thing of the past because homemakers just don’t have the time anymore to exercise their creative skills in this culinary department...

South Africa hits 349 for 3

South Africa, led by an unbeaten 167 from make-shift opener Boeta Dippenaar, reached an imposing 349 for three on the opening day of the two-day match against the Vice Chancellor’s X1, at the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Cricket Ground, UWI campus in St Augustine yesterday...

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Capital city seen as fire hazard

The international insurance community sees Port-of-Spain as an above average fire hazard. “Why do you think so many years ago salt water mains were laid?” asked insurance consultant Bernard Aquing...

Ella Andall performs in Extempo and Jazz Festival tonight

Ella Andall is expected to turn in one of her well-known scintillating performances tonight when she performs at the third annual Extempo and Jazz Festival in Siparia, an item of the Sand City Festival...

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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