off to meetings in Barbados
Minister Patrick Manning leaves for Barbados this
afternoon to attend a special meeting of Caricom heads
of government tomorrow. The meeting will focus on
the European Unions planned 36 per cent price
cut of its sugar subsidy to regional producers...
bail for South hairdresser on cocaine charge
Fernando hairdresser Abigail Friday-Teller was yesterday
denied bail when she appeared in court, charged with
having 107 capsules of cocaine in her possession for
the purpose of trafficking...
fined $4,000 for ganja
A German woman, who was held with 5 grammes of marijuana
as she was about to board a Tobago Express flight,
has been ordered to pay $4,000 or face time in prison...
gunned down on Marabella trainline
what police believe to be a drug deal gone sour, a
Chaguanas man was gunned down early yesterday while
walking along the abandoned trainline in Marabella...
investors worldwide are lining up to get
a foothold in T&Ts growing energy
industry, with the latest to sign on being
Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) of
group lobbies for marijuana law reform
is high time Government legalises the use
of marijuana. This is a widely held view,
especially amongst the Rastafarian community
owes TTCB $800,000
to assist development of game
revelation that the T&T Cricket Board
(TTCB) is bankrupt, has brought to light
the fact that the parent body, the West
Indies Cricket Board (WICB) owes the local
Digicel on its doorstep TSTT moves forward
making a first impression a second time
around. And this time the emphasis is to
be unbeatable. Thats majority state-owned
TSTTs goal nowadays, now that the
mobile market has been opened...
Band sets QP Oval stage alight
and the Sunshine Band lit up the stage on
Saturday night, when they performed at Queens
Park Oval in Port-of-Spain...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends