bank official grilled: Its been a very long
British bank official Kim Curtis-Wynne was subjected
to a barrage of questions yesterday, as the defence
for former prime minister Basdeo Panday sought to
prove that the London bank account was held and maintained
by his wife Oma...
dismisses UNCs Terrorism Act lawsuit
The United National Congress battle in the court
over the Anti-Terrorism Act 2005 ended yesterday,
when Justice Charmaine Pemberton dismissed the lawsuit
filed by Fyzabad MP Chandresh Sharma...
killed in highway crash
A Princes Town motorcyclist died on the spot on Wednesday
night, after he ran into the back of a Toyota Hilux
on the southbound carriageway of the Solomon Hochoy
prisoner shot during city lane drama
Lane, Victoria Avenue, Port-of-Spain, was thrown into
chaos yesterday as prisons and police officers recaptured
an escaped prisoner...
fund industry reaches $30b
The local Mutual Funds industry grew by
22.7 per cent to $22.9 billion by the end
of 2004 with annualised yields on investment
averaging over 26 per cent, said Minister
in the Ministry of Finance Christine Sahadeo
focus on the future
courtyard of the National Museum was humming
with musical and poetic vibrations on Tuesday
night, as the Circle of Poets and the Rapso
Movement, in collaboration with the Ministry
of Community Development, Culture and Gender
Affairs, marked International Poetry Day
by staging Anchoring the FutureYouth
board wants CEO to resign
Whats the reason?
controversy is brewing among the members
of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
G-Sports was informed that Roger Brathwaite,
the boards chief executive officer,
has been asked to resigned...
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