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Dr David E Bratt

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Relatives of the nine men accused of slaying Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman cried uncontrollably yesterday, when the murder charge was read to the men in Port-of-Spain Magistrates’ Court...

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La Romaine man dies in car crash

A La Romaine safety officer was killed after his car ran off the road and crashed into an electricity pole at Claxton Bay on Sunday night...

Neal & Massy to merge with BS&T

...entity to be region’s largest conglomerate

LOCAL conglomerate Neal & Massy has agreed to a merger with Barbados Shipping & Trading (BS&T), one of the largest companies in Barbados...

Once-peaceful La Puerta now carrying bad name

Residents of Upper La Puerta Avenue in Diego Martin say their once-peaceful community is now carrying a bad name...

ACP: Probe still far from over

A TENTH suspect has been detained and is likely to be charged by police in connection with the murder of businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman...

 

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Central Bank Governor:

Govt spending key to inflation

The increase in Government spending is the main factor driving inflation in T&T, Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams said yesterday. He added that the bank’s success in maintaining the downward trend in inflation would depend on trends in Government spending...

Saving SEX for later

IF there is any act that serves as a common thread pervading through the fabric of all civilisations, it is the sexual act...

Sarwan:

WI will be ready for opening Test

West Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan insists he is not concerned about his team’s lack of practice ahead of the first Test against England on Thursday...

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Fighting High Food Prices

The Government’s plan to combat high food prices through the bulk buying of food is intended only as an emergency intervention, the chief executive officer of the National Agricultural Marketing and Development Company (Namdevco) has said...

 

Dancer Rachel Baptiste-Lee

Awakening the subconscious

To celebrate Indian Arrival Day, Rachel Baptiste-Lee will present a dance production called Spiritual Subconscious at the Little Carib Theatre on May 26 at 8 pm...

 

Sarwan’s challenge

...on a strange tour

The expectations are high, especially with both President of the West Indies Cricket Board, Ken Gordon, and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Annansen, suggesting that the entire West Indies team, from Ramnaresh Sarwan downwards, would be operating under new rules of engagement...

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