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Laventille residents march against crime

Jah and not politicians will end gang violence in the East-West Corridor, declared “community leaders” who set aside their tumultuous past to proclaim peace, yesterday...

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$95m spent to upgrade schools

$95 million was spent to upgrade 282 schools across the country, several in north Trinidad will not reopen today, because of last-minute refurbishment...

Teens pushing drugs in Chaguanas

Children are being used to peddle drugs on Chaguanas Main Road, Ian Allen, president of Chaguanas Crime Watch, says...

Booksellers laud rental system

Book sellers are expressing mixed views on their schoolbook sales, since the introduction of the Government’s school textbook rental system...

Keep probe into Coast Guard alive

Father of slain fisherman Shazard Mohammed, says he is “glad” that an arrest was made following the shooting death of his son in the Gulf of Paria...

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Trading picks up, bears still prevail

Trading activity pick up last week with a total of 1,385,504 shares changing ownership. This was 75 per cent more than the previous week’s volume of 791,723. The value of shares crossing the floor was $11,078,080...

Men failing HIV/Aids challenge

The onus has been passed on to women to protect themselves from the deadly HIV/Aids virus. This was one of the pressing issues discussed at the 16th International Aids Conference held at the Metro

‘Interferences’ hurting West Indies cricket

Cricket legend Sir Garry Sobers says the West Indies team needs to be free of “interferences” if it is to return to its former dizzying heights...

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Lessons from Dubai

TDC’s James Hepple sees future in tourism

Take Caribbean tourism beyond sun and sand and the gap automatically narrows—financial hub? A shopping centre? Eco-adventure?

Valentino does it in style

It 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 Saturday’s concert at the Creative Arts Centre, San Fernando...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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