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Jamaica backs Manning in scolding Washington

Jamica’s Foreign Minister Anthony Hylton has come out in support of Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s tongue-lashing of Washington, saying the Caribbean’s concerns were not being addressed...

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New Aripo home for homeless

Government is constructing a facility at Aripo to accommodate the homeless, and other existing homes are being refurbished, Social Development Minister Anthony Roberts says...

No fee needed for birth certificates - Kangaloo

“False and malicious rumours” are being circulated around the banking and insurance sectors that a $200 fee is needed for Government’s on-line acquisition of a birth certificate, says Legal Affairs Minister Christine Kangaloo...

Police probing murder of 84-year-old woman

Homicide Bureau officers are investigating the circumstances surrounding the killing of 84-year-old Philomena Greaves, who died in the hands of her relatives, minutes after leaving hospital...

Promoted cops urged to create new image

Twenty-five senior police officers who were elevated to higher ranks yesterday were urged to create a new image of the Police Service and change the existing adverse perceptions which it displayed...

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‘PetroCaribe not a substitute for Caricom’

Jamaican Foreign Affairs Minister Anthony Hylton said yesterday that PetroCaribe was only a short term solution to the region’s energy needs...

Schools invited to south talent competition

The San Fernando Arts Council and the National Junior Arts Festival Committee have issued an invitation to teenagers attending the nation’s secondary schools to...

ICC keeps options open

Six months before T&T is listed to host the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 group stage and warm-up matches, Venue Development Director, Don Lockerbie, said that the construction of the multi-billion dollar Brian Lara Stadium is behind schedule...

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More than a name CMMB rebrands to fit new image

Cultivating a good business is no easy task. But after six years at the job, Ram Ramesh, chief executive of brokerage house Caribbean Money Market Brokers (CMMB) thinks he has the formula right....

Scherzando hosts Panyard Sensations

Curepe Scherzando will hold the spotlight this weekend as Panyard Sensations 2006 concert series gets going...

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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Isolated T-Storms Tonights Low: 24° 30%
Saturday
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Isolated T-Storms High: 32° Low: 24° 30%
Sunday
Sep 10
Isolated T-Storms High: 32° Low: 22° 30%
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Sep 11
Isolated T-Storms High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Tuesday
Sep 12
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 22° 60%
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Sep 13
Scattered Showers High: 33° Low: 23° 30%
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