docs back to work
Junior doctors in the casualty department of the Scarborough
Hospital were back out to work yesterday, after some
called in sick on Wednesday...
protest forces Petrotrin bond shutdown
distribution to several gas stations throughout south
Trinidad ground to a halt yesterday, after OWTU executives
shut down operations at the Petrotrin bond and began
inspection of more than 90 road fuel tankers...
steals top cops car outside station
are searching for a brazen bandit who stole a senior
policemans car which was parked outside the
southern police headquarters..
Tobago pensioner critical
A 74-year-old pensioner of Dutch Fort in Scarborough,
Tobago, is warded at Port-of-Spain General Hospital
in a critical condition, after being stabbed about
the body yesterday morning...
paying $1b gas bill
has earned about $2 billion in extra revenue
from record high international oil prices
says Ministry of Finance Conrad Enill...
US author coming
American author Eric Jerome Dickey will
be in Trinidad from August 26 to 28.
The six-time New York Times best-selling
author will visit Trinidad courtesy Nigel
R Khan Bookseller and will be featured exclusively
at various branches of the store...
youths in line for double
youth cricketers, spearheaded by a hat-trick
from left-arm spinner Rishi Bachac
Bachan, surged into the final of the TCL
Group West Indies Under-19 Cricket Challenge
limited overs competition when they scored
a 35-run win over Jamaica in a semifinal
yesterday on the Arnos Vale Playing Field
Gordon aims to right Windies wrongs
media-savvy side of Ken Gordon is never
came out at a press conference at the Crowne
Plaza last Friday...
Phase II to perform at Savannah Fridays
national calypso monarch and reigning calypso
king of kings, Black Stalin will be headlining
this weeks Savannah Fridays presentation
at the Clubhouse Grounds, Queens Park
Savannah, in a show that also includes the
hilarious Trinidad Rio and veteran performer
the Mighty Power...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends