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Anand Ramlogan
Dana Seetahal
Denzil Mohammed
Dr Hamid Ghany
Ira Mathur
Lennox Grant
Martin George
Overand Padmore
Peter Thomas

Don’t cross the line

The Government has been accused of trespassing into the Police Service. Police Association president Cpl Cedric Neptune, in his 2005 end-of-year report, a copy of which was made available to the Sunday Guardian...

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Rival unions see need for common agenda

As 2006 begins, the labour movement is promising a more aggressive and intense campaign in the struggle for a better standard of living for the local working class...

Dookeran to press Govt for Osha proclamation

UNC political leader Winston Dookeran is going to devote his energies to forcing the Government to proclaim the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) early in 2006...

Phone trio sign at last

After weeks of wrangling, TSTT, Irish-owned Digicel and local start-up Laqtel all signed concessions to provide mobile services for T&T at the offices of the Telecommunications Authority of T&T (Tatt) on Friday night...

Full employment in 2006—Manning

Prime Minister Patrick Manning is confident there will be full employment in 2006. Manning, in his New Year’s Day message, which was broadcast to the nation last night, identified the reduction of unemployment and poverty as a major weapon in the fight against crime...

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Self preservation...nature’s first law

In Kevin Trudeau’s new book, Natural Cures ‘They’ Don’t Want You To Know About, he predicts that Codex will create a situation that shifts the prices of vitamins and mineral supplements by some 50 to 100 per cent in the future. This will have implications on the cost of routine health care...

The Golden Meggie awards

The meggie awards, which started in 2002, give us the tongue-in-cheek opportunity to look back at the year and recognise those who made the news...

Cricket at the Oval next month

After a major transformation, the Queen’s Park Oval will be ready to host international cricket next month, according to chief executive officer of the Cricket World Cup 2007 Local Organising Committee, Anand Daniel...

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Financing still problem for local energy company

After four years of being the voice of the South Chamber, Dr Jim Lee Young seemed to have dropped out of the public eye...

Rudder to feature in Queens Hall production

The Lordstreet Theatre Company Limited, in association with David Rudder, will present the calypso musical The Brand New Lucky Diamond Horseshoe Club at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, from February 7 to 24, 2006...

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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