murders in 81 days
The killing of three men, in separate incidents between
Tuesday night and yesterday, pushed the murder rate
to an unprecedented toll of 90, in just 81 days...
to call 14 more witnesses in kidnap inquiry
Fourteen witnesses are still to give evidence as the
preliminary inquiry into the kidnapping of Saada Singh
continues in the San Fernando Magistrates Court...
prisoners out of hospital
The 27-year-old remand prisoner who is alleged to
have started an incident in which three inmates allegedly
consumed a poisonous substance is likely to be charged
with administering a poisonous liquid, a senior police
push SEA students says ministry
Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination will
be held on April 6, the Ministry of Education announced
to start e-auctions
a bid to make the states procurement
more transparent, government has introduced
an electronic auction or e-auction
as opposed to its tender process...
comic strip makes debut in Washington Post
and Trinidad Guardian
next Monday, theres a new addition
to the Guardians comic strip line-up.
Its called Watch Your Head and is
a newly-syndicated strip out of The Washington
Post Writers Group...
Borel-Brown throws a bronze
continued its climb on the medal tables
at the 18th edition of the Commonwealth
Games in Melbourne, Australia after Shot
Put thrower, Cleopatra Borel-Brown picked
up this countrys third bronze medal
in as many days at the Melbourne Cricket
it in the family
Benedict Laughlin will be relinquishing
the mantle at Laughlin & De Gannes Ltd
(LDG) at years end to his son, Greig...
Stalin launches new CD
as an elder in the art form and one of the
most accomplished calypsonians in the world,
Black Stalin (Leroy Calliste) launched his
latest CDBlack Stalin Live! Collectors
Edition yesterday morning at Crosbys
Music Centre in St James...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends