Eight-month-old Nicholas Samaroo, who was force-fed
cocaine and then beaten unconscious, may be paralysed
on his left side...
quiz suspects in Cunupia shootings
Three people have been held for questioning in connection
with Fridays murder of Andy Ramkhalawan...
to seek $12b loan to ease WASA headache
Prime Minister Patrick Manning intends to use the
2007 Budget to seek Parliaments approval to
inject an initial $12 billion into the cash-strapped
public utility to begin addressing Water and Sewerage
Authoritys (WASA) woes...
need to know the facts
We need to have all the facts! Thats the plea
of La Brea residents to the Government and Alutrint,
the 60 per cent state-owned smelter proposed for the
south-western Trinidad town...
hub coming for rapid rail
Government will construct a new transit
hub for the rapid rail system according
to Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert...
& Shine: Pixie's Carib girls have it
the slogan goes, a beer is a Carib
but a Carib Girl, is another story. While
many dismiss the pretty, often bikini-clad
models as eye candy, Pixie Du Coudray wants
the world to know that her girls should
be regarded as role models...
first in Great Race
edition of the Great Race sped off at
7.10 am and Castrol Sensation, competing
in the Sports One Category and manned
by Brent Lee and Sheldon Chin, reached
Tobago first from a staggered start, in
one hour, 41 minutes and 40 seconds...
Rory OBrien has confidence in new
wave of growth
OBrien, Group CEO of Guardian Holdings
Ltd (GHL), acknowledges the consistent decline
in the companys share price matter-of-factly...
set to shake and stir for C2K7
Cheekes (former communications officer of
the big band Poison) and the new Pulse8
Carnival band will show off their 2007 costume
line: CocktailsYou Shake, We Stir!at
Club Zen on September 3...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends