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Cops block Bas on House steps

United National Congress (UNC) leader Basdeo Panday is considering legal action after he made it only as far as the steps of the Red House yesterday, before being blocked by armed police from entering the Parliament...

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Confessions of Pastor’s daughter

‘I WAS CAJOLED INTO SEXY DANCE’

“I AM ashamed about what happened. I got carried away in the moment,” sobbed Danah Alleyne, the 15-year-old daughter of Pastor Dave Alleyne of the Flaming Word Ministry of Chaguanas...

Charged with fraud in Vindra kidnapping...

Diego woman to face court Monday

A former murder accused is expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate on Monday to face nine fraud charges, including corruptly receiving $165,000 from a close male relative of kidnap victim Vindra Naipaul-Coolman..

Juteram cuts ties with UNC

THE United National Congress’ (UNC) decision to withhold support for the Bail Amendment Bill is the main reason why temporary senator Anil Juteram has resigned from the party...

Blocking of Panday

Speaker is the boss—Imbert

House Speaker Barry Sinanan took steps yesterday to avoid a disruption of the Lower House and correctly “put his foot down,” acting leader of People’s National Movement (PNM) House Business, Colm Imbert says...

 

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Unemployment falls to five per cent

The unemployment rate is now down to five per cent...

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Lara bids farewell today

Suddenly, a match condemned to be a humdrum nothingness has now burst alive. No longer do we have to scrounge for clichés like playing for pride to give our pieces some manufactured meaning..

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Surviving on one leg

Floyd “Fires” Simmons stared at his one remaining leg on Monday afternoon, his mood fluctuating between resentment and acceptance of his current plight...

Sparrow set for ‘political’ showdown

Expressing a desire to execute a sound trouncing upon Cro Cro and other specific calypsonians such as Sugar Aloes, Pink Panther and Cardinal, the Mighty Sparrow has signed up to compete in the upcoming National Political Calypso Monarch competition, the final of which is expected to come off within days of the revelation of when the General Elections will take place...

2007 World Cup - a PR disaster

If administrators were judged on performance the way players and coaches are, there would be a much higher turn over of officials...

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