No injuries in Henry Street blast
suspect copycat bomber
It was almost like a repeat of the succession of bombings
which occurred in recent months in Port-of-Spain,
but, luckily, this time there were no causalities...
pointing in certain direction
evidence in T&Ts recent bombings is pointing
in a particular direction, National Security
Minister Martin Joseph says...
wows crowd at Steelpan and Jazz Festival
Jazz legend David Fathead Newman walked
with a pronounced limp, yet it did not stop him from
belting out tunes of wonderment on his saxophone during
night five of the 2005 T&T Steelpan and Jazz Festival...
Businessman begs for sons
want a happy Divali
Clutching his nine-month-old granddaughter Aneilya,
and with tears rolling onto his beard, businessman
Goutam Singh pleaded yesterday with the kidnappers
of his son, Anil, to return him to his family, so
they could have a happy Divali...
now home to worlds largest methanol
is now the home of the largest methanol
plant in the world. Energy Minister Eric
Williams on Wednesday formally commissioned
the M5000 plant, the fourth owned by Methanol
Holdings (Trinidad) Limited, at the Point
Lisas Industrial Estate...
2006 launches Kingdom
a starry sky with the coolness of ocean
breeze blowing through the air, local media,
dignitaries and sponsors got the first look
of Legacys 2006 presentationKingdom,
last Saturday night at Tsunami Beach Club,
Chaguaramas, before the band was presented
to thousands, next door at The Anchorage...
goes to court over deportation
Simmons, Zimbabwes coach for the
last 13 months, is to approach the Harare
High Court to contest a deportation order
by the Zimbabwe government and the termination
of his contract by Zimbabwe Cricket...
just needs a little polish
diamond in the rough? Not a image one would
immediately associate with the Port Authority,
but this is the way its chairman Noel Garcia
parang, pork at Invaders
weekend, the Sunday lime at BWIA Invaders
panyard at 147 Tragarete Road, Woodbrook,
begins at 5 pm and admission is free...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends