kin flails self at fire victims funeral
distraught because he survived a fire that killed
his sister and her two daughters, Prakash Basdeo cuffed
himself on the chest yesterday and wailed loudly as
he gazed at a sealed casket bearing the charred remains
of his loved ones...
Guyanese, Grenadians granted T&T citizenship
and Grenadians topped the list of 1,471 foreigners
whose applications for citizenship were processed
and approved by the Ministry of National Security
between January 1, 2002, and March 31 of this year...
prepares general polls screening
general election will be held in T&T before year-end
since Caribbean governments have agreed to a request
by World Cup Cricket series authorities not to hold
any activity that would disturb their respective political
frontiers between September to December 2007 when
the series is being held...
suffers burns fleeing church fire
A Cocoyea girl suffered burns to her back while escaping
a fire that burnt down a church late yesterday, leaving
seven people homeless...
settle with Digicel
Gulf View Residents Association have settled
their legal dispute with Digicel over the
construction of a cell tower in their area...
the country celebrates Indian arrival Day
on May 30, the Indian cricket team is in
Trinidad for the ODIs and there are Indian
food festivals and trade shows happening
on or around this weekend. For those lovers
of Indian cuisine...
to come from Ansa McAl
took more than five years of negotiations
for local corporate giant Ansa McAl, along
with its two US-based partnersTerra
Industries and CF Industries Holdings Incto
arrive at Tuesdays signing of the
project agreement which signals the imminent
start of construction for the petrochemical
complex in La Brea...
for Child Welfare tea party
for something special to do this pre-Indian
Arrival Day weekend? Maybe something that
involves some fun while still giving back
something to the community? Well, you are
in for a treat when the Arouca branch of
the Child Welfare League of T&T (Incorporated)
stages its third annual Tea Party and Variety
Show on Sunday at the Arouca Anglican Primary
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends