more perish on roads
Valere, visitor die in Barataria crash
interim chairman of the T&T Transparency Institute
(TTTI) Emile Valere is dead.
Valere, 38, died early yesterday when the car which
he was driving crashed into a pillar in the vicinity
of Maritime Plaza in Barataria...
recovered from Caura Valley precipice
Fire Service personnel had to be called out to assist
the police in recovering the decomposing body of a
man found at the bottom of a precipice at the old
reservoir in the Caura Valley Eco Park...
unit chief calls for calm after quakes
head of UWIs Seismic Research Unit said yesterday
there is no cause for panic about an earthquake measuring
4.5 on the Richter Scale which shook north-west Trinidad
at 4.33 am yesterday...
search for parents of abandoned Arima baby
autopsy on the body of a newborn baby boy found on
Farfan Street in Arima on Thursday is being delayed
while police search for the infants parents.
The autopsy cannot be performed until the body is
identified, police said yesterday...
Rate spreads enormous
interest rates spreads of indigenous banks
in the Caribbean were enormous,
said T&T Central Bank Governor Ewart
Williams yesterday, and he thinks that their
conscience would bother them a bit.
brings Love for Christmas
Gillian Moor has yet another gift for T&T
this year-end. Having sang her way into
the hearts of music lovers for C2K6 with
The Glow, to the beat of Isaac Blackmans
Christmas Stagger riddim, she has now composed
Love For Christmas, her first foray into
Joe Public in key clash at Ato Boldon
by a 2-1 win over Superstar Rangers, its
first league win in almost two months,
T&T Pro Leagues San Juan Jabloteh
will be looking to at least share the
Lucozade Sports Big Six lead after todays
clash with current league leaders Joe
Public at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.
Kick off is 5pm...
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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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