in Diego Martin
16-year-old Diego Martin boy was shot dead on Sunday
by gunmen at his home. Dominic Thomas was shot by
gunmen who stormed his home on Diego Martin Main Road...
worker in Laventille
A Laventille Cepep worker was killed yesterday by
a gunmen in Laventille.Meanwhile, homicide officers
are investigating the death of 43-year-old Philip
Brent Marryshow, of Trou Macaque in Laventille, who
was shot dead by a gunman while working with other
Cepep employees at Hamel-Smith Street in Laventille...
to act as CJ
court Judge Margot Warner has been appointed to act
as the Chief Justice. A statement issued yesterday
from the Court Protocol and Information Unit of the
Hall of Justice, Port-of-Spain, said Warner was appointed
to act by President George Maxwell Richards...
rising security concerns
to buy more Israeli systems
Minister Patrick Manning said yesterday that the government
is buying more and more equipment from Israel as security
concerns begin to loom large in T&T and the rest
of the region...
says bpTTs Ibis Deep well was commercial
failure, technical success
chairman and CEO Robert Riley has classified
the companys US$80 million, 19,068
feet deep dry well in the Columbus Basin,
off the east coast of Trinidad, as a classic
case of the commercial failure but
a technical success petroleum industry
efforts bearing fruit
all the odds, the achievements of Juliana
Alfred and Shardel Stubbs of St Georges
College, Barataria are sure signs that they
are living up to their schools motto:
Ex Fructibus Cognescetis EosBy
their fruits you shall know them.
day Series Pakistan v West Indies
team has psychological edge - Lara
Indies captain Brian Lara has dismissed
suggestions Pakistans triumph in
the recent Test series has given them
a psychological advantage, heading into
the five-match One-Day International series
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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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