bids for third smelter
Corporation, Japans largest general trading
firm, is the third company to put in a bid for an
aluminium smelter plant in T&T...
New bridge over San Juan River
The Ministry of Works will be replacing the southernmost
bridge on the San Juan River, which overflowed during
Mondays heavy rains, causing problems for Aranguez
farmers, Minister of Works Colm Imbert said last night...
- justice system is too slow
in the Ministry of National Security Fitzgerald Hinds
admits that the criminal justice system is, at times,
earthquake shakes Trinidad
earthquake measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale rattled
parts of T&T yesterday, causing panic among citizens...
an ongoing war of words over Transparency
Internationals corruption perceptions
index (CPI), Secretary of the T&T Transparency
Institute Boyd Reid has suggested that Housing
Minister Keith Rowley misunderstood the
the wealth of reality TV shows hitting local
airwaves, Caribbean Treasures, the new local
reality game show is determined to make
fail to impress
Soca Warriors suffered a huge blow to
their confidence, when Austria struck
them down 4-1 in a friendly international
yesterday at the Ernst Happel Stadium...
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perception and reality
the past six years, T&T has steadily
slipped closer to the bottom of the barrel
in Transparency Internationals corruption
perceptions index (CPI)...
pannists to play at Antigua festival
pannists from the Golden Hands Youth Steel
Orchestra have been chosen to represent
T&T in Antigua and Barbuda at the upcoming
Moods of Pan Festival later this month...
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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