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River of tears as little Sean buried

Hundreds of mourners wept at the funeral of Sean Luke, as the body of the six-year-old murder victim was laid to rest yesterday afternoon at Waterloo Public Cemetery...


Discipline errant Couva cops—CBTT

As six-year-old Sean Luke was laid to rest yesterday, Citizens For a Better T&T called for immediate action by Police Commissioner Trevor Paul to discipline officers of the Couva Police...

Baptists celebrate Liberation Day

Work on school starts next month

Construction of the long-awaited Shouter Baptist primary school will begin next month, Episcopal Archbishop Barbara Gray-Burke announced yesterday...

Dookeran: Use faith to help cleanse country

UNC political leader Winston Dookeran has described the Spiritual Shouter Baptists effort to gain a place in T&T as a never-ending struggle...

Mobile deadline looms

Arbitrators to decide interconnection rates

With the onset of full mobile competition due to take place within the next 24 hours, a three-member arbitration panel is due to meet at the Hilton in Port-of-Spain today to decide on interim interconnection rates which will facilitate the breaking of majority state-owned TSTT’s 16-year mobile monopoly by Irish-owned entrant Digicel...

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Welch: We must work together

New president of the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Ian Welch has called for all sectors of the country to become more meaningfully involved in the political dialogue of the nation...

Brother J hopes to return to cultural arena

One of the more outspoken bards in the ongoing debate over what defines a bona fide calypsonian, Brother J (Selwyn James) made a valiant bid for glory during C2K6 with a social commentary titled Love Hurts and a soca chutney named Savitri...

Dayna Grazette wins two tennis titles...another Grazette in men’s final

Dayna Grazette, a student of Excelsior Secondary School, captured her second title at the Citigroup Tranquillity Open Tennis tournament when she defeated Cheyenne Lutchman in the Women’s Singles Final at the club’s courts on Victoria Avenue yesterday...

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An aggregate shortage

Construction sector facing crisis

An acute but predictable shortage of local aggregate, an essential ingredient in concrete, has thrown T&T’s construction sector into crisis mode with factories closing down, building prices heading sky-high and aggregate being imported from as far away as Canada...

Rachel returns to the stage

Following a break for C2K6, 51† Lounge resumed its Comedy Tuesday series this week by presenting one of its best received acts of last year. The large audience on hand thoroughly enjoyed the rich serving of comedy by Canada-based comic Jean Paul...

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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Mar 31
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