urged to fire board member
The board of directors of the Estate Management and
Business Development Company (EMBDC) has called on
Prime Minister Patrick Manning to remove a senior
official from office...
woman dies at ICU
close to 24 hours, the family of accountant Mary Waheed
sat by her bedside, watching helplessly as the 33-year-old
fought for her life after she jumped out of a speeding
car to escape an alleged kidnapping...
combed, but no trace of little Neisha
Worried friends and relatives of kidnapped nine-year-old
Neisha Seetaram combed the Tabaquite forest yesterday,
searching for clues that may lead to the girls
worth seized in multi-drug bust
The Organised Crime and Narcotics Unit (OCNU)
seized more than $6.5 million in heroin, cocaine
and marijuana, and arrested seven people...
is definitely a political product, said
Balliram Maharaj, owner of Arima Discount
Mart. Maharaj, a former president of the
Supermarkets Association of T&T, said
there were people who would ill-speak
fish and other seafood is something of a
way of life here in the Caribbean, and having
lots of fish should tempt you to be creative
in the kitchen...
faces uphill task
Kallis became South Africas leading
Test scorer yesterday as his unbeaten
127 and his unbroken fifth wicket partnership
of 230 with Ashwell Prince led their team
to a commanding 525 for four at the end
of the second day of the final cricket
test against the West Indies...
boss heads ECA
tackles free trade
is the man you need to talk to. Hes
the one whos in charge for the next
year, said the outgoing Employers
Consultative Associations chairman
Dane Darbasie at its AGM two weeks ago when
he introduced Clarence Rambharat...
Manning for Stalin kaiso festival
Minister Patrick Manning has agreed to lend
his distinguished patronage to a June 11
calypso festival being staged in the city
of his birth, San Fernando, hometown roots
he shares with the shows host and
featured artiste, Black Stalin. This was
disclosed this week by Festival promoter
Randy Glasgow via a press release...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends