Monday 17th October, 2005

 
 
 
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Giant waves swamp Maracas

Hundreds of visitors to Maracas Bay were forced to abandon their beach limes yesterday, when massive waves, up to 10 and 15 feet high, battered the shoreline...

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Police on high alert

Security has been heightened in the Eastern and South Western Police Divisions, following last Friday’s bombing in St James...

Cops treated me well—Bakr

Leader of the Jamaat al Muslimeen Yasin Abu Bakr, who was detained by police on Friday night moments after an explosion rocked St James, said yesterday the police treated him good while he was in custody...

Pregnant blast victim complains of severe pain

St James bomb blast victim Elma Thomas-Antoine, a diabetic, has gaping holes in both her legs from Friday’s blast that doctors were unable to stitch up...

Credit unions march against crime

Crime will only be reduced if people empower themselves and work together in unity and harmony, says general manager of the Credit Union League Virgil Patrick...

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Excellence winner to be unveiled at Pier1

The search intensifies for the most outstanding business in T&T to be announced at this year’s Excellence in Business Awards, to be held tomorrow at Pier 1 conference room, Chaguaramas...

For Akiel, and others

When she was six years old, just like other children her age, Zoe used to draw stick figures of her family...

$7.6M needed if we beat Bahrain

Wednesday's crucial meeting between officials of the Ministry of Sport and the Football Federation will centre around the money needed to take T&T to Germany, if the team gets past Bahrain in its play-off on November 12 (home) and 16 (away)...

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Rowley sees end to housing shortage

Freed of service commission structures (see “Why replace NHA?” sidebar), Housing Minister Keith Rowley has a new implementing agency and with it a new and potentially controversial focus on building high-rise apartments in east Port-of-Spain...

Night of music and pure romance

Richard Marx and Starship set the night to music and pure romance on Saturday, before a sold-out crowd at the Centre of Excellence in Macoya, Tunapuna...

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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Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Monday
Oct 17
Scattered T-Storms Tonights Low: 23° 30%
Tuesday
Oct 18
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 30%
Wednesday
Oct 19
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
Thursday
Oct 20
Isolated T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
Friday
Oct 21
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Saturday
Oct 22
Scattered Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
Sunday
Oct 23
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Monday
Oct 24
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Tuesday
Oct 25
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Wednesday
Oct 26
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
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