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CIVIL WAR COMING

President General of Oilfield Workers Trade Union Errol K McLeod is warning that civil war can break out in T&T, because of deep divisions of race, religion and political affiliation...

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Gunmen kill two in Diego Martin

Two men were fatally shot on Friday in separate incidents in Diego Martin. Shakoe Gocking, 35, was killed at his home on Edward Street, about five blocks away from West End Police Station, while in a second incident...

Man critical after chopping

A dispute over money turned bloody yesterday, when a man whipped out a cutlass and chopped two men several times about their bodies outside a KFC restaurant in Claxton Bay...

Paralysed accountant seeks stem cell surgery

Diana Jaipaul was a vibrant young accountant who worked at Petrotrin and single-handedly took care of her parents and siblings. She also was passionate about her plans to finish her studies before getting married...

Fishermen willing to help fugitives for a price

As three armed and dangerous fugitives remain at large, fishermen in Central yesterday said people on the run from the law could pay $5,000 for a one-way trip to Venezuela...

 

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Thailand... a world apart

The river Chao Phraya in Bangkok, Thailand is a total hub of commercial activity. The activities range from ferry, water taxi, dinner cruises, barges, to long tail boats. From my hotel window I could see virtually thousands of persons crossing the river everyday...

PM unveils new steelpan

FIFTEEN years after Prime Minister Patrick Manning declared the steelpan as the national musical instrument of T&T, he unveiled new versions of instruments in the pan family on July 14...

Abraham wins silver in men’s road race

T&T’s top road cyclist Emile Abraham won Trinidad and Tobago’s second medal, a silver, in the men’s road race at Flamengo Park in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil yesterday...

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If export prices collapse…

Exchange rate will be flexible

Q: If somebody came to you and said that the way the Government is managing the economy, it is setting T&T up for a repeat of the economic collapse of the late70s, early 80s, is that a statement you would agree with?

Mas moves from St. Lucia to Barbados

WITH the final page on St Lucia carnival closed last Tuesday night with las’ lap revelry through the streets of capital Castries, all eyes are now focussed on the Crop Over Festival in Barbados which is already in full swing...

 

Technical problems

....as Rio welcomes world for Pan Am Games

RIO DE JANEIRO — The Pan American Games got off to a sputtering start Saturday with baseball postponements and a delay in televising gymnastics, one of the premier sports of the event...

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