coup member gunned down in Laventille
The youngest man to take part in the 1990 coup attempt
has been shot dead in Laventille. Garvin Thomas Guillard,
29, of Plaisance Road, John John, Laventille, was
killed Wednesday afternoon by gunmen who accosted
him in St Barbs, not too far from his home...
help out at Sando hospital, but outpatient pharmacy
based at San Fernando General Hospital yesterday got
a slight reprieve from their critical shortage with
the addition of three pre-registration pharmacists
to the staff...
into death of prisoner continues
Police officers remain on duty at Guapo Police Station
even though several others attached to the Point Fortin
station have been transferred as a probe into the
death of prisoner Fitzgerald Edwards continues...
SAUTT deny probe of rogue officer, but...
more cops under watch
Commissioner of Police Trevor Paul and the Special
Anti-Crime Unit of T&T (SAUTT) have broken their
silence concerning reported investigations into allegations
of criminal activities against a senior policeman
by denying the claims...
wants cheaper LNG
The government of the Dominican Republic
is seeking help from the Manning administration
to access Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from
T&T at reduced prices...
York principal moves to his own beat
1995 to 2003, former Fireflight percussionist
Omigbade Escayg did not touch a drum or
any other percussive instrument...
Group West Indies Cricket Challenge
mystery spinner to join Narine vs Leewards
new teenaged left-arm mystery spinner
Dane Teelucksingh will make his Under-19
debut today against the Leeward Islands
in the second round of the TCL Group West
Indies Cricket Challenge on the Arnos
Vale Recreation Ground in Kingstown...
gift to Canadian diplomacy
Winans Bishop is a product of the Commonwealth.
to a Trinidadian mother and a Barbadian
father, Bishop migrated to Canada at age
for Sunday concert
Concerts is expecting to attract a crowd
of 10,000 on Sunday at Queens Park
Savannah, Port-of-Spain, for their first
mega concert featuring British reggae band
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends