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Manning ‘ducks’ protesters

Prime Minister Patrick Manning ducked and ran from protesters yesterday, cutting short his tour in Oropouche East constituency, as scores of residents complained about a lack of water...


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Ato: UNC should focus on nation-building

Former United National Congress senator Ato Boldon believes the party should spend less time dealing with internal issues, and more time on nation-building...

Frustrated Sando man hangs self

A San Fernando man reportedly hanged himself from a tree in his yard, because the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission...

Student accosted by ‘parent’

Students are calling on the Ministry of Education to beef up security at Corinth Teachers’ College and Sixth Form School in St Madeleine, south Trinidad...

Duty cops assaulted

Investigations are continuing into allegations that a senior police officer attached to the Sangre Grande Police Station assaulted two junior officers while they were performing duties...

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Bullish market prevails

As we returned to a normal three-day trading week, trading activity picked up as 1,163,579 shares crossed the floor compared to the previous week’s volume...

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...

Gayle, Samuels miss training

Key West Indies players Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels were missing from World Cup team training yesterday after returning to their homes in Jamaica for a rest, team officials said...

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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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