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Appeal Court awards man $95,000 in damages

Vindictive cop rapped by judge

AN Appeal Court judge yesterday rapped a policeman for his conduct and warned that anarchy could result if there is little protection and even less service from police officers...

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People want railway now says Imbert

Surveys by Government confirm that 90 per cent of the population is in favour of the reintroduction of the railway in T&T, Works Minister Colm Imbert said yesterday...

PSC before JSC in parliament

Questions on ‘cracks’ in police service

The question of whether the Commissioner of Police (CoP) could be fired, suspended or disciplined arose in Parliament yesterday after Police Service Commission chairman Christopher Thomas told a Joint Select Committee (JSC) about the commissioner’s non-compliance with various requests made to him by the PSC...

‘UTT not one-man show’ But Ken Julien heads 3 of 6 committees

The University of T&T is not a one-man show, says Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Minister Mustapha Abdul Hamid as he defended the UTT against recent allegations...

Consumers plan to give foreign poultry a try

Meat shop owners will wait and see

Taste, price and the demise of the local chicken market are the chief concerns of consumers and chicken retailers, amidst the Government’s plans to import cheaper chicken.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Deep water blocks attract only one bid

Eleven of the 12 companies which paid for 2-D seismic to be shot over deep water blocks have rejected the government’s latest bid round...

Home is where the heart is

Many pity the orphaned children in our society because of the perception that a child, any child, is better off with his biological parents...

Carenage United takes Savannah Football crown

ALCOA Carenage United, champion of the 2006 North Zone Premier League, was crowned the undisputed king of the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, when they captured the 2006 Savannah Football Tournament title with a 2-1 win over Superstar Rangers...

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Consumers feel the effects of rising prices

During the past year, a 27 per cent increase in food prices has left some consumers with indigestion...

Pastelles...flavour ofChristmas

A Trini Christmas would lose much of its flavour without pastelles...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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