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Six cops on hit list

A HIT LIST with the names of at least six police officers of different ranks is now under investigation by the police...

 

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Former CJ discloses:

Gang leader holding night ‘court’ in PoS

President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Michael de la Bastide has made the stunning disclosure of a gang leader reportedly holding “court” in Port-of-Spain, sentencing those who dare to breach the gang’s code of conduct...

Final farewell for ‘Uncle Ian’

Crammed into St Joseph Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon, mourners listened intently as grieving Patti Ann Ali delivered a spirited eulogy on behalf of her father, cultural icon Ian “Uncle Ian” Ali...

Labour Minister on minimum wage:

Report errant employees

Employers who do not implement minimum wage increases should be reported to the Labour Ministry and the matter will be quickly dealt with in total confidence, Labour Minister Danny Montano advised yesterday...

Outpouring of love for slain Lily Lane

She was a “golden Lily” and the “Mother Teresa” of Temple Street, Arima, always willing to lend a helping hand and a role model to the poor and the helpless, said Ramsawak Doon Pundit...

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Enill: NIS ‘bellies up’ in 10 to 15 years

“In the next 15 to 20 years, many of us will be calling on our retirement fund,” Minister in the Ministry of Finance Conrad Enill said yesterday...

Happy New year

Ethiopian Orthodox to celebrate the year 2000

Remember the movie Groundhog Day where the same day kept repeating itself over and over again?

2007 CFU Under-15 Youth Cup

Britto doubles up in T&T’s 4-1 win

JERREL BRITTO carried his tournament tally to six goals in two matches, when he scored a second-half double to lead host T&T, to a 4-1 win over Aruba in their second round Group A match of the 2007 Caribbean Football Union (Under-15) Youth Cup, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, yesterday...

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One Woodbrook Place Over due & budget

Rising cost of material, labour shortage to blame

Home Construction Ltd’s (HCL) One Woodbrook Place is over budget and overdue...

Prison Youth Club puts on musical reunion

Top Neal and Massy Trinidad All Stars female pannist Thandi Romano best described the intent of a reunion hosted by the South East Port-of-Spain (SEPOS) Prison Youth Club when she said: “I want my child to know their children. I want them to play and grow together like we did, and relate in ways families are supposed to.”

 

Silver girls

...make T&T proud

THE T&T women’s team which won the silver medals at the 19th Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Championship in Puerto Rico last week have continued the rich tradition of success by T&T in regional basketball...

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