Persistent thundershowers triggered flooding and landslides
in north, central and east Trinidad yesterday, displacing
several residents and causing panic among many others...
PM can shut down country
permanent secretary at the Ministry of Public Utilities
and the Environment, Willis Mills, said no organisation
had the authority to close down the country in time
of emergency but that of the Office of the Prime Minister...
killed in India blasts
India will remember 7/11 similar to Americas
9/11 and Madrids 3/11.
On a day when Srinagar was shaken by six blasts in
succession in the morning, the Indian financial capital
Mumbai was hit by eight bomb explosions in quick succession
yesterday evening (7/11/2006), killing an estimated
Brace for more landslides, floods
Three family members including a nine-month-old baby
became the first fatalities of the hurricane season
after a tree along the North Coast Road, Maracas,
came crashing down on their vehicle on Monday night...
Illegal vehicles damaging roads
of extra-heavy vehicles worth millions of
dollars are being imported into T&T
illegally, said Minister of Transport Colm
in the house
many nationals are fleeing from crime prone
stricken areas in an effort to seek refuge
to safer grounds, Nsaka Nbeke Septuf
Ntepua Sesepkekiu, an Antiguan national
is proud to call the Morvant community his
goes to Poland...
Rijsbergen, former assistant to Leo Beenhakker,
has been appointed coach of the national
football team for the next four years...
dedicates life to uplifting community, helping
Businessman Sudesh Ramjattan is putting
his money where his mouth is: hes
sold off 90 per cent of his business interests
to fund his community-building work...
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