rules in TSTTs favour
immediate price change is expected for mobile
customers as market competitors TSTT and
Irish-owned Digicel return to the negotiating
table later this month to resolve a dispute
over interconnection rates...
years of pop
years is a landmark by any standard. For
local rock giants jointpop, its one
they almost didnt get to, and one
they plan to celebrate in a big way...
denies 2011 World Cup bribe
Inderjit Bindra, a prominent member of
the Board of Control for Cricket in India,
has refuted allegations that the Asian
territories brokered an agreement with
the West Indies in order to secure the
rights to host the 2011 Cricket World
to benefit from Alutrint
US$500 and US$700 million is expected to
be invested in the Alutrint project at the
Union and Tamana industrial estates, officials
of the majority state-owned aluminium smelter
project said last week...
Cyar Dead lives on at Mas Camp
Wednesday night action at the Mas Camp Pub
continues to build intensity following this
weeks show featuring Singing Sandra,
Brigo, Organiser, Ninja and King Austin...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends