customers to pay more but...
escape T&TEC rate hike
and commercial consumers will be paying increased
electricity rates retroactive to November 1but
domestic consumers have escaped any increase for now,
Public Utilities Minister Pennelope Beckles indicated
question male relative
Police have detained a male relative for questioning
in connection with the brutal murder of a 45-year-old
Barrackpore housewife, who was discovered chopped
and bludgeoned to death early yesterday morning...
wins libel case against Mirror
A Port-of-Spain judge has found a weekly newspaper
guilty of libel for publishing an article implicating
Health Minister John Rahael in illegal activities...
leads yet in PH drivers killing
police have no leads so far in the investigation into
the murder of PH driver, 40-year-old George
Samuel, who was found dead on Thursday in his vehicle
at Gran Curacaye Road, Lower Santa Cruz...
fears simply old talk
and economists have dismissed suggestions
by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar
that in the next quarter there is likely
to be a depreciation of the TT dollar...
launches book for executives
success coach Philip Rochford has launched
a new book titled The Executive Speaks...
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plan offers hope to farmers, food prices
T&T Business Association (TTABA) feels
if the Government implements its National
Agri-Business Development Programme, it
can significantly reduce rising food prices,
create thousands of jobs and help T&T
obtain food security as early as next year...
Bunch scores big at San Fest
Memorial Presbyterian Schools Little
Bunch created a big stir and walked away
with top honours on Monday, day five of
the National Junior Arts Festival taking
place at the Creative Arts Centre, Circular
Road, San Fernando...
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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