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Man falls 120 feet off rig

Even as trade unions and non-governmental organisations continue to lobby for the implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (Osha), a 45-year-old Point Fortin resident has fallen to his death while working on an inland rig in Rio Claro...

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He wanted Osha passed says wife

Anthony Manning, who fell the equivalent of more than 12 storeys to his death on Saturday, had a slim chance of survival, police said, as he suffered massive head and chest injuries, as well as internal bleeding....

Court rules in Enal’s favour

The common-law wife of Dr Ravi Maharaj, who was murdered in his bathroom last Wednesday, has been given control over his body and his assets...

Teacher embarks on lunchtime protest

A primary school teacher in east Trinidad claims she is being discriminated against by her principal...

Chicken sales die

Meat and fish vendors in Central Trinidad capitalised on the woes of poultry shop operators yesterday morning...

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‘Look after smaller Caricom economies’

Antigua and Barbuda Finance Minister Errol Cort is calling for the implementation of a proposed Affirmative Action Programme for the lesser developed states within Caricom Single Market which took effect on January 1...

Keeping up appearances

From her well–tailored power suits and her well–groomed hair it’s easy to think that Phebe Warren works for a high income...

Cozier wants Hinds to lead West Indies

World-acclaimed cricket commentator Tony Cozier says that batsman Wavell Hinds should be made captain of the West Indies...

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‘I’m so tired of mediocrity’

“Sometimes I get the impression that if I were to live my life again I wouldn’t be here,” was the grim pronouncement by Jack Warner as he sat in his Concacaf office on Edward Street, Port-of-Spain, last week Friday...

Tuco announces Unique theatre cast

The Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (Tuco) has announced the cast for D Unique Calypso Theatre...

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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