dies at 54
Grammy Award winner Luther Vandross, whose deep, lush
voice on hits like Here and Now and Any Love sold
more than 25 million albums while providing the romantic
backdrop for millions of couples worldwide, died yesterday,
New York Newsday reported on its Internet edition...
edged into sea second spot
number .134 was written in marker all over Megan Deens
right hand yesterday. The decimal marks the distance
between her second-place score and the countrys
highest SEA examination mark, posted by St Gabriels
RC student Danielle Stewart...
not sitting well with power trouble at Piarco
wants AATT report
Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert wants a report
from the Airports Authority of T&T explaining
why the electricity generators at the Piarco International
Airport cannot provide back-up electrical power for
the entire facility...
questions steel structure on Caroni lands
MP for Couva South, Kelvin Ramnath, wants to know
who gave Minister of Culture Joan Yuille-Williams
permission to put up a steel structure on lands owned
by Caroni Ltd, on the corner of the Solomon Hochoy
Highway and the Couva Main Road...
wins global partner in Satyam
Enearney Business Machines, a provider of
business equipment and specialised technology
solutions and a member of the ANSA McAl
group, found the perfect IT partner
when it joined forces with the Indian company
Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
leading global consulting and IT services
Blackburne has done it all with her own
two hands. Shes a massage therapist,
and her stock in trade is a pair of hands
that work magic on the muscles. She has
made a career of relaxing other people...
originally dropped from WI team...
pacer Dwight Washington took back his
contract, after originally signing it
to play in the Test series against Sri
is a Reflection of T&T
attention these past few months has been
focused on the introduction of competition
in the local cellular market, local telecom
provider TSTT has been quietly putting its
house in order...
Cro wows crowd at St Augustine pub
calypsonian Cro Cro demonstrated his skill
in the art of kaiso and mauvais langue on
June 29 as he not only lambasted his detractors
vocally but deftly accompanied himself with
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends