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WPC summoned to court after 42 absences

Another no-show cop

FOR the second time in a month, a police officer has infuriated a magistrate after repeatedly not turning up to give evidence in a trial...

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Plipdeco: Efforts made to ‘root out’ improper actions

The Point Lisas Industrial Port Development Corporation Ltd (Plipdeco) says the company has been actively engaged in efforts to streamline operations and to identify and root out inappropriate practices wherever they might occur...

School bus plunges into precipice...

12 students injured

Twelve students of Princes Town Junior Secondary School are nursing injuries, while nine others escaped unhurt when a school bus careened off the road and plunged into a 100-foot precipice at Indian Walk in Moruga yesterday...

Hazel to hold talks with PTSC

Education Minister Hazel Manning is expected to hold talks with the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) regarding the retraining of school bus drivers...

Panday seat hearing set for June

TWO days in June have been set for the hearing of the petition which will finally determine the vacancy of the Couva North seat in the House of Representatives...

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UWI workers vow to heighten protest

Members of the Academic Technical Support Services (ATSS) staff at UWI, St Augustine, have vowed to continue their protests on campus next Monday following unsuccessful negotiations for a 35 per cent wage increase...

Against all odds

…a story of four single mothers

WI sticks to familiar faces

BRIDGETOWN—West Indies’ cricket selectors began life without Brian Lara yesterday by trusting familiar names for the 15-man squad to tour England starting next week...

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Duprey strikes gold in ethanol

CL Financial chairman deepens investment in biofuel industry

CL Financial’s visionary chairman Lawrence Duprey seems to have struck gold again with his foray into the ethanol business, after finding success in methanol...

Dirty Laundry takes centre stage

In what promised to be a new play, veteran actors took the stage with a few new faces in Duck and Run last Thursday at Queen’s Hall...

 

Australia v Sri Lanka, World Cup final, Barbados

'Big Daddies' toy with the world

There will be enough of it about so let us get it out of the way as quickly as possible...

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