awards come to T&T
The popular Bollywood Music Awards will be held in
Trinidad later this year. The CL Financial and Communications
conglomerate has acquired the event rights for the
ceremony from the Bollywood group of companies, and
will host the event in December...
held with 500 rounds of ammo
Detectives from Jamaicas Organised Crime Investigative
Division (OCID), assisted by the army, were on Thursday
trying to determine if Defence Force soldier, Sgt
John Joseph Allen, 41, who was allegedly held with
almost 500 rounds of ammunition Wednesday night, was
part of a ring, and also if he was supplying bullets
to gunmen, the Observer newspaper reported yesterday...
scourge upsets Sharma
Justice Satnarine Sharma opened the new 2005/2006
law term, yesterday, with little sting but plaudits
aplenty, as he spoke extensively of the judiciarys
calls for Justins safe return
Patrick Rampersad, executive member of the T&T
Cricket Board and president of the Carib National
Cricket League, joined the list of members of the
cricketing fraternity yesterday, making a passionate
plea to the abductors of Justin Raymond-Guillen to
release the youngster to his family...
days to cell competition
Telecommunications Authority has submitted
recommendations to the Minister of Public
Administration and Information, Dr Lenny
Saith, for the award of concessions to...
sweet and always available, carrots make
an ideal low-calorie snack food.
Native to Afghanistan, carrots are our most
abundant source of...
contract not flawedboard
rejects Lucky Committee findings
West Indies Cricket Board has criticised
the report of the Sponsorship Negotiations
Review Committee, established to...
Im not holding back cell process
of Public Administration and Information,
Lenny Saith, has denied that his ministry
asked the Telecommunication Authority of
T&T (TATT) not to submit recommendations
for the award of concessions to provide
Cro starts vintage feast
the past few months, Vintage Kaiso nights
at Trevors Edge have raised the profile
of the St Augustine neighbourhood bar to
that of a cultural oasis in the east...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends