Tuesday 15th November, 2005

 
 
 
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Significant progress in crime talks

PNM, UNC in 5-hour session

“Significant progress” was reported yesterday, after almost five hours of discussions between the Government and Opposition on the crime problem...

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Gerard Montano dies after long battle with illness

Gerard Montano, one of the senior foundation members of the People’s National Movement (PNM), died in his sleep at his home in St Ann’s early yesterday morning...

Excavation works trap the blind at Sando office

The Blind Welfare Association’s south branch has been shut down for two days, as contractors continue digging up the street outside for the laying of electrical power lines...

Flood waters destroy Matelot school bridge

Armed forces rescue pupils

Coast Guard officers, soldiers and villagers rescued staff and students of the Matelot Community School yesterday, after a pedestrian bridge leading to the school collapsed, cutting them off from the rest of the district...

Customer pees in bank

An elderly woman who could no longer control her bladder, urinated in the waiting area of the Independence Square branch of RBTT yesterday afternoon...

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Hike in US dollar demand

In the first ten months of this year, the Central Bank’s intervened in the foreign exchange market to the tune of US$545 million, an 80 per cent increase over the institution’s sales in the comparable period in 2004...

Young stars rise in the East

The Eastern Youth Chorale is a relatively new group but John Thomas, the group’s young director, has a passion for music and his community....

Yorke: Time to stand up and be counted

T&T football team captain, Dwight Yorke, said he is ready to play his brains out against Bahrain in the “must win” second-leg World Cup play-off at the National Stadium, in Riffa here tomorrow. The match kicks off at 7pm Bahrain time, which is 12 noon TT time...

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TTSE finds new home

As T&T Stock Exchange (TTSE) general manager Hugh Edwards peered through the windows of his new office at the Nicholas Towers, on October 31, his tenth floor view afforded him a look at the changing face of Port-of-Spain’s port and the bustle of workers throughout the city...

Marionettes brings Christmas joy

From December 8, Queen’s Hall will come alive with the music of the season as the Marionettes Chorale stages its much-anticipated Christmas concert, In Joyful Song...

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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Scattered T-Storms Tonights Low: 24° 60%
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