to access info on travellers
The United States government will be entitled to receive information about people
travelling to and from the Caribbean and even within the region under an agreement
signed yesterday between Caricom and the US...
crushes toddler in yard
Four-year-old Jordan Bailey was crushed to death yesterday afternoon, when a pick-up
truck ploughed into him at his Picton Road, Laventille home...
shoot fisherman in abdomen
Erin fishermen are again calling for protection after Spanish-speaking pirates
shot and robbed a fisherman off the coast of Palo Seco on Wednesday night...
season on Pandays seat
Ramsingh is PNM nominee
Chaguanas MP Hulsie Bhaggan is co-ordinating the Couva North seat for the Congress
of the People (COP), and Central businessman Nan Ramsingh is a prospective PNM
nominee for Couva North, both political parties confirmed yesterday as the seat
workers reject buyout
workers in Miami and New York have rejected the airlines buyout offer. The
employees in both cities feel, based on...
Movement marks 34 years
Love Movement will celebrate its 34th anniversary this year with a production
entitled A Celebration of Love...
Indies limped into the semifinals of the ICC Champions Trophy yesterday, when
Marlon Samuels upper cut a wide, short, rising delivery from...
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Tourism facing huge losses
188,300 people in the Caribbean will lose their jobs while US$2.6 billion in revenue
will also be lost if the US restriction on passports is introduced...
To Whom It
Rojas launches solo album
Sky, a top local rock band, celebrates ten years in the music business this month,
even as the bands lead singer Nigel Rojas prepares to release his first
solo album, To Whom It May Concern...
today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its
readers a lagniappe from last weekends major fetes...
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