Tuesday 17th October, 2006

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PM in hot water

AG, DPP take dim view of ‘expose’

Prime Minister Patrick Manning has been spoken to by his government’s legal adviser—Attorney General John Jeremie—on controversial statements he made at Sunday’s PNM annual convention on at least two members of Winston Dookeran’s Congress of the People (COP)...

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Couple gunned down in Oropouche

When gunshots rang out in the room next door, ten-year-old Narissa Ramlochan huddled under her covers, afraid to look out...

PM warns against fattening of nation

Prime Minister Patrick Manning has warned against obesity which, he says, is a growing health concern in “well-off” societies...

Security Ministry’s officials on COP arrests: No knowledge of that

Police Commissioner Trevor Paul has refused to comment on Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s disclosure that the long arm of the law will “soon snatch” two prominent members of the Congress of the People (COP)...

Fuad calls for coup inquiry

UNC San Juan/ Barataria MP Dr Fuad Khan is challenging Prime Minister Patrick Manning to set up a commission of inquiry into the 1990 attempted coup...

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PM: US$8b in projects ahead

Businessmen must prepare for investment since opportunities “the likes of which we have never been seen before” are ahead, Prime Minister Patrick Manning said on Sunday...

Adiola finds future in film

Young Adiola Henry has her eyes set on the film industry after she led her school to victory at the 2006 MovieTowne Secondary Schools Short Film Festival...

Best Windies bowler in ‘big tournaments’

Dillon looks ahead to Cricket World Cup

T&T fast bowler Mervyn Dillon has not given up hope of representing the West Indies again, despite being overlooked for the DLF Cup and the Champions Trophy...

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New car sales overcome slump

By the end of the year, T&T will spend more than $1 billion on new and foreign-used cars. Figures obtained from the Central Bank revealed that commercial banks account for the majority money loaned, with finance houses and merchant banks accounting for the balance...

Shurwayne, Bunji top Cott nominees

Some 50 local composers and songwriters are up for honours at this year’s Copyright Organisation of T&T (Cott) Music Awards, which is scheduled for November 2 at Queen’s Hall, Port-of-Spain...

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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