to launch prayer campaign
activist Choclate Allen is turning to prayer
as part of her anti-crime initiative...
search for Vindra called off
came up empty-handed following their five-day search
of a pond in Longdenville for clues into the kidnapping
of businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman...
will respond to Guapo despite move
of the Guapo Police Station have been relocated to
the Point Fortin Police Station, a release from Police
Commissioner Trevor Paul said yesterday.
remains mum on airport repaving project
of Jusamco Pavers Limited remained mum yesterday on
details concerning their new $137 million Piarco International
Airport repaving project...
car quota 4,506 fewer
number of foreign used cars allowed into
the country this year under a new quota
system will be just 4,506 fewer than were
imported last year, according to figures
released by the Ministry of Trade and Industry
citrus fruits abound in the Caribbean from
late December through to April. We enjoy
juicy portugals, full sweet grapefruits,
rough skinned tart lemons and, of course,
warriors pocket $.3m bonus
senior footballers and management staff
received TT$451, 237 in bonus payments
yesterday, from the T&T Football Federation...
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.
lovers enjoy Pure Bliss
Saturday, Trinity College Courts in Moka,
Maraval, become a paradise for party lovers
as Tribe held its second annual ultra all
inclusive fete, Bliss...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends