set up camp outside UWI
Anti-smelter activist Anil Roberts has accused
Alcoa of planning to sell a large percentage of its
aluminium to the United States Department of Defence
to make weapons of mass destruction...
shocked by JLSC findings
Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma is said to be shocked
over reports that the Judicial and Legal Services
Commission (JLSC) has dismissed his complaint against
Chief Magistrate Sherman Mc Nicolls...
turning into newest crime hot spot
Assistant Police Commissioner in charge of the Homicide
Bureau Maurice Piggott has admitted killings in central
division have increased. He describes it as a shift
in criminal activity...
stabbed at Curepe home
23-year-old woman, in a fit of anger, allegedly stabbed
her 66-year-old lover repeatedly with a ham fork at
their Curepe home during the early hours of yesterday
of the Manufacturers Association Paul Quesnel
has admitted that there is some price gouging
taking place in the country but said it
was not being done by reputable businessmen...
leaves us in the cold
of the main issues the country paid attention
to at the October 4 reading of the 2007
budget was the slice of the financial pie
being carved out for the nations pensioners...
cleared in catch issue
Bravo, the West Indies allrounder, has
been found not guilty of breaching the
ICC Code of Conduct during Saturdays
match against England at Ahmedabad, following
the dismissal of Michael Yardy...
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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...
captivate at jazz festival
the smooth US brand to the crisp Caribbean
sound, local music lovers were treated to
an exciting variety of jazz on Wednesday
night when the T&T Steelpan and Jazz
Festival continued at the Central Bank Auditorium,
Port of Spain...
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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