for Hassanali at Queens Hall
Almost three weeks after his death, a public interfaith
thanksgiving service will be held for the late former
president Noor Hassanali, the Government said yesterday...
brothers on cussing charge
Two entertainment promoters yesterday appeared before
a Port-of-Spain magistrate to answer charges of obscene
language and resisting arrest...
bail for Venezuelans on trafficking charges
Four Venezuelan nationals appeared before Senior Magistrate
Lianne Lee Kim, in the Port-of-Spain court, charged
with trafficking in 107.2 kilos of compressed marijuana...
wants inquiry into Pt Lisas explosion
The Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union
(SWWTU) is calling on the Government to launch an
independent inquiry into Thursdays explosion
at the port in Pt Lisas...
leaves TSTT, Martin returns
week after Digicels chief executive
Stephen Brewer resigned, TSTTs chief
executive Carlos Espinal announced that
tomorrow will be his last day...
Chinese...the western way
food is a culinary treat our senses enjoy
long before we actually eat. The nose tickling
aromas of ginger and garlic, sometimes peppered
with spicy sauces, make our mouths spring
water, stirring up our appetites for a plate
of probably the worlds most addictive
clear for Stanford match...but promoters
say its too late
Stanford, promoter of Stanford 20/20,
has turned down an opportunity to stage
the match between a Stanford West Indies
team and South Africa, following the decision
by the Pakistan Cricket Board to shift
the dates of the West Indies tour to allow
the match to take place...
James Hepple sees future in tourism
Caribbean tourism beyond sun and sand and
the gap automatically narrowsfinancial
hub? A shopping centre? Eco-adventure?
does it in style
was truly an occasion for giving thanks
and Emrold Brother Valentino
Phillips did it in style when he joined
an enthusiastic audience in celebration
of his illustrious career in calypso at
last Saturdays concert at the Creative
Arts Centre, San Fernando...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends