13, buggered, murdered
A 13-year-old Central Trinidad schoolboy was buggered
and murdered in Enterprise, Chaguanas, on Sunday.
His nude body was found lying face down in a pool
of blood in an incomplete red brick house obliquely
opposite the home where he stayed with his uncle...
responds to call blocking claim
TSTTs chief operating officer, Bernard Mitchell,
yesterday admitted that the company has been resistant
to accommodate Digicels traffic on its network...
Paul calls on citizens to pray
The former head of the Inter-Religious Organisation
(IRO), Rev Cyril Paul has called on all citizens to
come together in prayer...
mas venue to be named soon
new home for next years Carnival festival is
expected to be announced soon. A source said yesterday
that Minister of Community Development, Culture and
Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams has received a
definitive proposal from the National Carnival Commission
(NCC) board for a new venue...
upsets Arima businessmen
Arima Business Association has lashed out
at Minister in the Ministry of Finance Conrad
Enills claim that some businessmen
are trying to cash in on the publics
increased buying power...
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...
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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...
brass well received at Steelpan, Jazz Festival
That is the best description for the alliance
of steel and brass that occurred on stage
during the final curtain call of the T&T
Steelpan and Jazz Festival on Saturday night
at the Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo...
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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