Tuesday 8th November, 2005

 
 
 
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Soca stars cry for slain teen

Five popular soca stars are calling for an end to the killing in the nation, as the murder rate continues to spiral out of control...

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Guaico father shot dead after row over sneakers

The sleepy village of Guaico, Sangre Grande, remained in shock yesterday after a villager was shot to death when he intervened to stop a heated row between his two sons...

Muddled start to Junior Steelband Music Festival

The preliminaries of the southern leg of the 13th National Junior Steelband Music Festival got off to a muddled start yesterday as Pan Trinbago officials forgot the sanctioned scoresheets at their Port-of-Spain headquarters...

Lively start in South to 2005 schools drama festival

Preliminary round of the 2005 Secondary Schools Drama Festival got going yesterday in San Fernando with an emotional performance of The Chemistry Lesson by students of St Joseph’s Convent (San Fernando), written and directed by a member of the cast...

Israeli detainee to go on hunger strike

An Israeli national has vowed to go on a hunger strike to protest his detention without bail after he appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate yesterday charged with stealing an immigration extension stamp valued at $500 from the Immigration Office, Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain...

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New Jamaica cell licence on offer

Two of Jamaica’s mobile phone operators, Digicel and MiPhone, were surprisingly unperturbed by the government’s announced decision to...

Reading for life

Bernadette Savary’s eyes glimmered as she sat on a patterned carpet at the Green Street, Arima, headquarters of the Self Enhancement Centre, her hands gripping a children’s book as she read a story aloud...

Lara gone...says former Aussie player O’Keeffe

Making a bold prediction in keeping with his often outrageous broadcasting style, Kerry O‘Keeffe says Brian Lara is but a mere shadow of the player he was and will not make a...

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Mitchell: No free flow of goods and services

Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell is asking for special concessions for his country as it enters the Caribbean Single Market and Economy at the beginning of next year...

Parson stings again in police calypso contest

The Stinger (Dexter Parson) confirmed he was still the man to beat at calypso in the police service on Saturday night, when he retained his T&T Police Service’s Calypso Monarch title at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain...

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. %
Tuesday
Nov 8
Scattered Showers Tonights Low: 24° 30%
Wednesday
Nov 9
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 24° 30%
Thursday
Nov 10
Scattered Showers High: 30° Low: 23° 30%
Friday
Nov 11
Scattered T-Storms High: 30° Low: 23° 30%
Saturday
Nov 12
Scattered Showers High: 30° Low: 24° 30%
Sunday
Nov 13
Scattered Showers High: 30° Low: 23° 30%
Monday
Nov 14
Showers High: 29° Low: 23° 60%
Tuesday
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Showers High: 29° Low: 23° 60%
Wednesday
Nov 16
Showers High: 29° Low: 24° 60%
Thursday
Nov 17
Showers High: 31° Low: 24° 60%
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