No instructions to charge Big Brent
were given to only charge Jamaat al Muslimeen leader
Yasin Abu Bakr for conspiracy to murder and not the
man who confessed to playing a role in the crime,
a Homicide detective said yesterday...
charged with Nigerians murder
A San Juan man appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate
yesterday, charged with the murder of Nigerian national
Nonso Chigoziz Egbuna...
in Princes Town...three men wounded
shot and wounded three men in a shoot-out in Princes
Town yesterday, as they confronted the occupants of
a white motorcar who had been reportedly terrorising
the neighbourhood on Solomon Street and Solomon Extension
Trinbago to meet with PM on Friday
Minister Patrick Manning is scheduled to meet with
the newly-elected executive of Pan Trinbago on Friday,
however discussions on a new home for Panorama may
not be on the cards...
sold to BVI company
Plc has agreed to sell its Caribbean companies
to Cobalt Holding Co Ltd, a wholly owned
subsidiary of BVI-based Regal Forest Holding
Co Ltd (RFH), a release from the company
wins destination of the year
for its booming energy and manufacturing
industries, T&T is carving out an international
reputation as an award winning tourist destination...
Yousuf lead fight back after Laras
Farhat smashed an unbeaten half century
yesterday to lead a confident Pakistan
recovery after Brian Lara posted his ninth
double century to give the West Indies
an imposing lead on the fourth day of
the second cricket Test...
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tale of two smelters
arguments for and against the establishment
of aluminium smelters in Chatham and La
Brea have been flying in fast and furious
over the past year and a half...
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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