returns home today
FIFA vice-president Jack Warner who returns home today
from Germany is yet to reply on Prime Minister Patrick
Mannings offer to participate in discussions
to determine the Governments role in getting
T&T to the 2010 World Cup...
of the T&T Civil Rights Movement Ramesh Lawrence
Maharaj and residents of the south-western peninsula
plan to stage a civil walk from Cedros to Port-of-Spain,
to pressure Government to abandon plans to erect an
aluminium smelter plant in the area...
Warriors bounty an incentive to save
Prime Minister Patrick Mannings monetary rewards
given to the Soca Warriors were meant as an incentive
to save, says economist Kelvin Sergeant...
Port-of-Spain celebrated City Day yesterday, Bishop
Reverend Calvin Bess has lamented the loss of community
for some and a feeling of entrapment by others...
literacy programme gets donation
part of its Power to Make a Difference programme,
Republic Bank recently assisted Auditory,
Read, Respond, Oral, Write (Arrow) with
its International Literacy Month Open Day
event, which will be held this September...
heart of a champion
champions are never defined by how many
games or matches they have won, but rather
by how much they have succeeded in motivating
and inspiring the masses in a positive manner...
Indies maintain control
hit a defiant century for India yesterday,
but the West Indies still secured a big
first innings lead and put themselves
in a position to push for a victory on
the final day of the third Digicel cricket
Test at Warner Park...
integrity is not in question
Inspector of Financial Institutions, Catherine
Kumar, says her integrity remains intact
after she made the surprise move of accepting
the job of managing director of RBTT Bank
Ltd, the T&T subsidiary of RBTT Financial
Summerfest at Pier 1
Promotions will be staging Summerfest, the
biggest music festival at Pier 1, Chaguaramas
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends