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Matelot fishermen reeling

Toco/Fishing Pond councillor Martin “Terry” Rondon says he is prepared to protest at the Red House in Port-of-Spain to get compensation for the Matelot fishermen who lost their boats and livelihoods as a result of rough waters over the weekend...

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Businessman’s daughter kidnapped at Valpark

The daughter of a businessman was kidnapped yesterday outside the Valpark business place of her parents...

Statements by Manning, Bakr irk UNC

Panday calls for arrest of ‘Mr Big’

If the Government knows who “Mr Big” the bomber is and has not arrested him yet, it means the administration cannot touch the person and clearly cannot deal with the situation, Opposition leader Basdeo Panday said yesterday...

BHP crude production takes a dip

There has been a virtual free fall in BHP Billiton’s crude production out of its Greater Angostura field which has both Government and company officials very worried...

What Manning really said

Prime Minister Patrick Manning didn’t say he knew who is the bomber involved in the four explosions which have rocked Port-of-Spain, National Security Minister Martin Joseph said yesterday...

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Sabga: Ansa McAl must be fleet-footed

For the Ansa McAL group of companies to maintain its dominance in the brewing, block manufacturing and glass sectors, it must be fleet-footed, innovative and aggressive...

Cyclist finds sanctuary in art

After almost two weeks of attracting scores of viewers to 101 Art Gallery in Federation Park, Michael Phillips’ wildlife painting exhibition, Finding Sanctuary, ends tomorrow...

Mexico match brings in $.2m

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) for Germany 2006, has realised a profit of $232,906 from the October 12 Concacaf World Cup qualifier between T&T and...

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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. %
Wednesday
Oct 19
Scattered T-Storms Tonights Low: 24° 30%
Thursday
Oct 20
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 30%
Friday
Oct 21
PM T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Saturday
Oct 22
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
Sunday
Oct 23
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Monday
Oct 24
Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 23° 30%
Tuesday
Oct 25
Showers High: 32° Low: 23° 60%
Wednesday
Oct 26
Showers High: 33° Low: 24° 60%
Thursday
Oct 27
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 60%
Friday
Oct 28
Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 40%
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