life in anaesthetists hands
anaesthetic machine used during the hernia operation
of three-year-old Faith Williams was a Blease Sirius
Frontline, sources told the Guardian yesterday...
still hold pregnant woman
of the Anti-Kidnapping Squad say they are exploring
all avenues in their investigations into the reported
kidnapping of a woman said to be three months pregnant...
surrounds carnival kings, queens shows
may turn out to be a controversial remodification
of the Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road is being
contemplated by the National Carnival Commission (NCC)
as suggestions to uproot trees and level culverts
in the venues car park are being considered
by high-ranking Carnival officials...
is greatest threat in T&TRowley
Minister Dr Keith Rowley says lawlessness is the greatest
threat in T&T...
backs rapid rail project
T&T Chamber of Industry & Commerce
president Ian Welch lent his support to
Governments proposed $7 billion rapid
rail service on Tuesday by observing how
traffic congestion negatively affected the
gets charitable with jeans
December 15, 2006 Radical Designs, in conjunction
with the Rotary Club of Maravals Shaype
(School for Holistic Action for Young Peoples
Empowerment) project, launched the first
Jeans Art for Carnival 2007...
Pollard punishes Guyana
MASTERLY display of power hitting from
Kieron Pollard, powered T&T to a comfortable
five-wicket-win against defending champions
Guyana, in a round two KFC Cup fixture
yesterday, at the Queens Park Oval...
offshore at Otaheite
leads ambitious plans to build new industrial
estate on land reclaimed at sea
Minister Patrick Mannings Christmas
Eve announcement that the site for Alcoas
aluminium smelter plant would move from
Chatham to a new industrial estate offshore
at Otaheite Bank, came after a year of public
debate, and overwhelmingly negative comments
on the plan to build the smelter at Chatham.
our agents were allowed to follow one of
the more eccentric schools of thoughtthat
plants and vegetables have feelingswe
would be honour-bound to file sexual harrassment
lawsuits on behalf of the dozen or so trees
decorating the national stadium car park,
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends