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Poor safety blamed for worker’s death

A contract worker fell more than 15 feet to his death from a platform he was walking on at a catalyst unit at Petrotrin’s Pointe-a-Pierre refinery...

 

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This angel’s life has been altered forever

The first time he ever ate shish kebab, his daughter made it for him. Albert Munroe-Gopaul had no idea what he was supposed to do with a skewer lined with meat and vegetables...

Celestine: I was deceived by NCBA

Gross incompetence by the National Carnival Bands’ Association (NCBA) is the reason why Carnival bandleaders missed out on major cash awards during this year’s parade of bands, according to the organisation’s vice-president Felix Celestine...

Parents object to OJTs in classrooms

Controversy is brewing over the Government’s on-the-job training programme as parents are saying the classroom is no place for the trainees...

Cops make $7m marijuana bust

Police made this year’s largest marijuana bust yesterday, when they intercepted 781 kilogrammes of marijuana, worth an estimated $7 million on the North Coast Road...

 

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UTT attracts US-based Caribbean Students

The University of T&T (UTT) is urging Caribbean students completing their undergraduate programmes in the US to consider research opportunities at its campuses in T&T...

Fair of the dark

Whatever happened to tall, dark and handsome? If you ask 21-year-old Anil Guptar, he will tell you that having a “clean face” is synonymous with having a “fair, even-toned complexion...

Taylor voted ODI man of the series

West Indies pacer Jerome Taylor was voted the Man-of-the-Series after rain ruined the fifth and final One-Day International (ODI) match in the series against Zimbabwe yesterday...

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Fighting poverty One stitch at a time

In a small, white temple in Gopee Trace, Penal, 15 women meet every Monday evening from 1 to 4 to learn about drapery...

Marriottini’s and marvellous cocktails

On a day when the earth shook—meaning the 7.3 earthquake on the Richter scale—cocktail shakers were mixing things up later that night...

Queen Salandy

Jizelle Salandy won her latest bout, her 15th without loss, when she defeated Dakota Stone on a unanimous points decision to retain her multiple women boxing junior middleweight titles. The local kept her WBC, WBA, IWBF, WIBA and WBE belts...

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