prices going up again
weekend, consumers should brace themselves for a further
increase in poultry prices. The warning comes from
the head of the Central Pluck Shop Operators Association,
charged with perverting justice
In the same court where he served as a prosecutor
for three years, a police sergeant yesterday appeared
before a Rio Claro magistrate charged with perverting
the course of justice...
It will take time to beef up security
not in control
Inmates are not in control of our system!
This was the sentiment expressed yesterday by Prisons
Commissioner John Rougier during a news conference
at the Ministry of National Security Port-of-Spain...
officers welcome help from police/army
officers welcomed the intervention by police and army
personnel in quelling a near riot at the Remand Yard
of Golden Grove Prison, over the weekend...
to boost tanker fleet
tank wagons to increase the frequency of
fuel supply to service stations is one of
five primary objectives of National Petroleum
(NP) said its CEO Richard Callender...
tale of two artists
Gaby Beston and Danielle Du Boulay will
have their works on exhibit from this evening
at Horizons Art Gallery, 39 Mucurapo Road,
St James. The exhibition runs until November
25 and todays unveiling is scheduled
to begin at 6.30 pm...
nets hat-trick in Women FA quarters
striker, Alania Burgins, scored a hat-trick
as title-holders Real Dimension began
the defence of their T&T Womens
Football Federation FA Trophy with a 9-0
quarter-final hammering of UWI...
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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...
for Regional Calypso Monarch
Regional Carnival Committee has selected
11 calypsonians for the final of the Regional
Calypso Monarch Competition scheduled to
take place at the launch of Regional Carnival
2007 at Festival Park, Valencia, on Saturday,
November 18 at 6 pm...
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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