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Feeling good
about charity
Feel chairman Clive Pantin, centre, was a happy man after CEO of Petrotrin/Trinmar Operations, Caesar Mitchell, left, and his team members told him yesterday’s 2005 British Gas T&T Challenge in Santa Cruz had managed to raise $1.4 million for charity. According to British Gas president Graig McKenzie, this represented the largest sum ever raised for charity in a single event in T&T. Feel and United Way’s local chapter will manage the money, which will be distributed to several charities throughout the country.
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Disturbing trend worries Manning

In the face of reports of extortion, kidnapping and murder over illegal mining in Valencia, Government sources yesterday suggested that the Jamaat al Muslimeen’s days were numbered...

Sando patients transferred to private hospitals

Senior consultants at the San Fernando General Hospital continued their overtime protest yesterday, causing a shutdown of several departments including neurosurgery, general surgery, medicine and the eye department...

Two victims still missing

Inter Isle Construction and Fabrication Company has agreed to assist with paying for Chaguaramas accident victim Anthony Hamlett’s funeral...

Government is moving ahead with the construction of an $850 million sporting complex in south Trinidad next month, despite objections from the business community and several other groups that the money would be better used in the fight against crime and other areas of need...

PNM reorganises structure to cater for EBC shift

The PNM is bracing to deal with major upheavals at the constituency level, in the wake the realignment of five new electoral seats in Trinidad, according to party chairman Franklin Khan...

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Financiers, entrepreneurs strengthen relationship

The critical subject of outdated financial legislation and the question of whether a new vision is needed for our financial institutions were among the issues debated at the recent regional business conference, Venturepoint 2005...

Hope for the heart

Although heart disease is the number one killer in T&T, many people are now benefiting from advanced medical treatments...

Baptiste does Sagicor double

It was another good day for T&T’s Carifta sprint double queen Kelly-Ann Baptiste yesterday at the Sagicor Open Track and Field Championships, as she added the 200 metres crown to the 100 title she clinched on opening day Saturday...

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Internet auction set for today

Cingular Wireless, the US telecom giant shortlisted to take part in today’s spectrum auction, may not be part of the bidding process, sources said earlier this week...

Damita Jo wows ’em

Come Carnival 2006, Poison intends mesmerising all with its 8,000-strong presentation of Dreams...beyond your wildest...

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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