Women deputies part of new COP politics
Congress of the Peoples female deputy leadership
team is part of the partys new thrust to move
away from the old political paradigm,
COP leader Winston Dookeran said on Tuesday...
visits International Waterfront project Amid protest
PM gives praise
the midst of protest action yesterday by workers at
the International Waterfront project, Prime Minister
Patrick Manning applauded the pace of the project
and again defended Governments procurement policy.
tell National Security Minister:
mental patient targeted by police
new twist has emerged in the shooting of St Anns
Hospital outpatient Wendell Huggins as relatives now
claim that he had been the target of police, after
an incident at Member of Parliament Colm Imberts
of four gunned down in La Horquetta
officers are investigating the killing of a 41-year-old
father of four who was shot nine times yesterday by
gunmen in La Horquetta...
Bill Francis denies rift in council
workers get pay hike
Petroleum (NP) employees have secured a 15 per cent
wage increase for the period June 2005 to June 2007...
defend against PMs charge
projects Prime Minister Patrick Manning
referred to when he blamed local contractors
and consultants for taking too long to complete
their designs were never put to tender,
said Mikey Joseph, president of the T&T
Contractors Association (TTCA)...
has vision... ...for St. Lucian youths
Lucian youths are being given the opportunity
to change their community through organic
agriculture and Hewanorra Organic Agriculture
Movement (HOAM), St Lucia via training projects...
looking to salvage pride
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq may have
to sit out his teams fourth one-day
international against the West Indies
in his hometown today...
feel the effects of rising prices
the past year, a 27 per cent increase in
food prices has left some consumers with
choir thrills crowd
was a night where quality entertainment
was top order as the members of the
Maisha-Zuri Performing Choir put on
a concert that southerners will not
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends