savaged in schoolyard attack
began as just another normal day at Barataria Junior
Secondary School, and 14-year-old Kenrick Augustus
went about his business, following his routine as
he made his way to his various classes on November
to probe beating of vagrant
Senior Southern Division police officers have promised
an immediate investigation into the alleged beating
of a homeless man by police and soldiers at the corner
of Chancery Lane and High Street...
told: Serve with honesty, integrity
hours before the Guardian captured exclusive photos
of soldiers beating up a homeless man, an official
of the Defence Force chaplaincy called on soldiers
to serve T&T with honesty, integrity and respect...
clears the air
of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) director Ken Ramchand
is insisting that nothing he said in a Guardian interview
implied impropriety or illegality in the actions of
UTT President Ken Julien...
welcomes The Crossings
HCL Group of Companies recently unveiled
another of its quality communities, The
Crossings at Santa Rosa West...
his plight...John-Paul keeps on smiling
John-Paul Cabral is a special little boy
with special needs. In a first encounter
with him, it is almost impossible to conceive
that this cheerful, sprightly child could
have a rare, debilitating neurological disorder...
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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...
East Indian cultural arts
December 10, Dr Rakesh Kumar Prabhakar would
formally launch his Saraswati Sanskriti
Sanstha, a Couva-based organisation dedicated
to the promotion and teaching of the East
Indian Cultural Arts....
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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