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Soft drink prices rise

Consumers take a hit

Consumers started paying more for soft drinks as of Monday. Officials from two of the four soft drink manufacturers said yesterday it was necessary to increase the price of their drinks because the raw material and operating costs have gone up...

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Joan: Media must play role in developing culture

Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams says the media must work with significant stakeholders in the shaping and development of the national culture...

Trinis urged to push for Oprah

A group calling itself the Oprah for Nobel Peace Prize Organisation is encouraging Trinidadians to sign petitions to support the US philanthropist for nomination for the prestigious honour in 2006...

Dookeran leaves meeting early

UNC ratifies Warner probe

The UNC executive last night agreed to ratify the findings of a probe into the party’s internal elections by deputy chairman Jack Warner...

Dillon to rid army of rogues

Commanding Officer of the T&T Regiment, Col Edmund Dillon, is promising to clean the ranks of rogue elements...

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Mouttet: Crime not good for T&T

“We simply must not and will not allow violent crime to destroy our country,” announced Chamber president, Christian Mouttet Tuesday night...

Saved by the music

They say that every time somebody dies somebody is born. Dexter “Junior Demus” Cooper believes his rebirth came the day Andre Tanker was buried...

Young Windies thump Sri Lanka

West Indies, the beaten finalists in 2004 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, began their quest to lift the title for the first time with a thumping 87-run win over hosts Sri Lanka which included a hat-trick from pace bowler...

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Too much work, too few contractors

Foreign construction firms have been awarded more than $3 billion worth of projects in T&T. That’s the total of nine international firms that have been hired for works ranging from the waterfront project to housing...

South/Central Panorama prelims on tomorrow

Preliminary judging for the 2006 national Panorama begins tomorrow evening and bands of Pan Trinbago’s South/Central region have been taking night to make day in preparation...

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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