Senate President dies after heart attack
Ramdial,71, who lived at Paria Avenue in Bayshore,
Westmoorings, succumbed to a heart attack shortly
before 10 am yesterday...
tells House of natural gas giveaway
domestic and commercial electricity consumers will
pay steeper T&TEC rates because the Government
is giving away a natural gas tranche to operators
of the proposed aluminium smelters...
heads to Caricom summit with Warrior pride
When Prime Minister Patrick Manning holds forth tomorrow
at the start of the annual Caricom summit, hell
probably do so with pride as head of the smallest
nation to participate in the World Cup and one which
put on a courageous performance there...
more talk, We want action
of the United National Congress (UNC) sent a strong
message to its executive led by Opposition Leader
Kamla Persad-Bissessar: No more talk. We want action...
economy to edge up in July
CMMB Research Centre announced Friday that
activity in the T&T economy is likely
to slightly edge upwards in June 2006...
College Concert thrills crowd
appreciative audience lapped up the performances
at the Naparima College Concert which lived
up to its billing as An Unforgettable Evening
crumble at Sabina
Indies crashed to their lowest total in
a Test against India, but their fast bowlers
fought back to leave the fourth and final
Digicel Test evenly poised, after the
second day at Sabina Park yesterday...
doing something right - Riley
Friday, Prime Minister Patrick Manning and
Energy Minister Dr Lenny Saith were given
a tour of the bpTT-operated rig, the Ibis
Deep, in the South-East Coast Consortium
by the energy companys chairman and
CEO Robert Riley...
bash for Twiggy
are claiming that it was one of the best
shows held at The Mas Camp Pub for 2006.
In fact, so special a show it was and memorable
an occasion, the production spanned two
nights, on Tuesday and Wednesday...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends