extends World Cup stay
President George Maxwell Richards is so confident
T&Ts football team can pull off another
World Cup shock against England tomorrow that he has
extended his stay in Germany...
woes hit regional corps
weeks well into the hurricane season and several regional
corporations remain strapped for funds to implement
any of their disaster preparedness plans, in what
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA) in the United States has predicted will be
one of the most active period yet...
councillor calls for disaster relief centre
As the rainy season swings into full gear, a PNM councillor
has made a renewed call for the establishment of a
preparedness centre along T&Ts north-east
brothers freed of second murder 2nd time
Brothers Sean and Romel Sandy were yesterday freed
of the murder of Roger Haynes, making it the second
time that the Sandy brothers have been acquitted of
Ministry launches R&D project
differentiation which creates market space
is very much a function of innovation and
is critical to countries of T&Ts
size, said Trade Minister Ken Valley yesterday...
Stowers - no ordinary priest
the worshippers of the Sangre Grande Roman
Catholic Church first saw Samoan priest
Fr Muliau Stowers, his clothing was the
first thing they noticed...
World Cup heroes
supporters enjoying the limelight
by their surprising 0-0 draw with Sweden
in their debut at the 2006 Fifa World
Cup Finals in Dortmund on Saturday, the
T&T SocaWarriors will have...
$$ not bad...but Govt must watch non-oil
the Governments decision to increase
its $34 billion budget by $4 billion has
raised a few eyebrows, it hasnt been
meet with much scepticism...
royalties for Cott members
today, the Copyright Music Organisation
will distribute royalties to its members
amounting to $1,677,076.76, the sum representing
broadcasting and general licensing fees
collected on their behalf for the year 2005...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends