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Gail Alexander

House resumes sittings Friday

The House of Representatives will resume next Friday afternoon, after a three-week recess, since the matter of the Couva North seat is now properly before the courts for determination, Government has confirmed...

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After bomb threat at PoS jail...

Prisons officers call for evacuation plan

SECRETARY of the Prisons Officers Association Rajkoomar Ramroop has called for a contingency plan for the evacuation of the Port-of-Spain prison after police received a call that there was a bomb on the compound yesterday...

Minister defends $600m road works

Utility firms blamed for potholes

Public utility companies pose a major headache for Works Minister Colm Imbert with their indiscriminate digging of the roads when conducting their business...

All precautions taken—Rougier

Prisons Commissioner John Rougier said yesterday that prisons officials got the call of the threat of a bomb around 10 am...

Diego residents uneasy over relocation

Tensions ran high yesterday as residents of Bagatelle in Diego Martin called on their three Members of Parliament to explain why they have not been consulted about a proposed multi-million dollar sporting complex in their community...


Economists warn of income inequity

‘Income imbalance could lead to conflict’

The majority of the workforce in Trinidad and Tobago earn less than $3000 a month, while less than three per cent are in the high income bracket...

Past students return for historic dinner

When the biennial dinner of the St Mary’s College Past Students’ Union comes off on Saturday, May 5, it will be a most historic occasion in that for the first time, spouses/girlfriends have been invited to the function...

Ruthless Aussies crush Irish

BRIDGETOWN—Ruthless Australia became the first side to confirm a place in the semifinals of the World Cup, when they manhandled Ireland to complete a nine-wicket victory in their Super Eight match just prior to the interval yesterday...

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T&T spends $93m to host Cricket World Cup

The bills for goods and services for a mega event like Cricket World Cup are astronomical.


Felix Roach treats classical lovers to new album

Lovers of classical music have the opportunity to add yet another beautiful album to their collection...

Bangladesh Tigers

Come Of Age

A West Indian World Cup that has been short on fun was revived by a massive shock as Bangladesh completed a 67-run Super Eight win over world number one South Africa on a steamy day at the Providence stadium, Guyana...

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