Boy who faked own kidnapping
to know fate Monday
and incensed at the absurdity of the act, magistrate
Reynold Waldropt yesterday deferred the sentencing
of 14-year-old Lyndon Gooding, who faked his own kidnapping
Aranguez gardener who was kidnapped a week ago has
been released. Kenny Harry, 35, of Chin Chin Road,
Cunupia, was snatched from outside his mothers
home at Nanan Trace, Aranguez, after returning from
the supermarket around 8 pm last Tuesday...
Association head welcomes Allums call: Weve
nothing to hide
of the Police Association, Cedric Neptune, has welcomed
the call by Desmond Allum, SC, for an independent
police complaints commission...
group banned from House
group of about 30 Oilfields Workers Trade Union (OWTU)
members who tried to enter the public gallery to attend
yesterdays sitting of the Senate were denied
entry by both police on duty and marshal of the Parliament
now with Cabinet
amended version of the controversial Occupational
Safety and Health Act is now in the hands
of Cabinet and could be there for another
three to four weeks, said Minister of Labour
and Small and Micro-Enterprise Danny Montano
buys in books for Christmas
no better gift to give someone than one
which offers wisdom and adventure, entertainment
and escape. Thats why books make great
Sydney FC praised despite loss
Yorkes Sydney FC have been praised
by coach Pierre Littbarski despite losing
1-0 to Costa Ricas Deportivo Saprissa
in their Fifa Club World Championships
match on Monday...
ready for December 31 start
is drawing close.
December 31its been said before.
This time, though, work will begin on the
much-talked about interchange...
artiste melts the ice
radio stations embrace soca artiste
of T&Ts new soca stars, Damien
Leach, is being noticed in the music industry
in the United Kingdom...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends