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Nidco head, three directors quit

DAVID BRASH, chairman of the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco), has resigned, along with three of Nidco’s directors...

Big Mike says Gov't must take action

VETERAN Carnival bandleader Mike “Big Mike” Antoine is calling on the Government to take corrective action to preserve this country’s rating as the Mecca of Carnival...

Arnold: No rush to increase number of finalists

PAN TRINBAGO president Patrick Arnold yesterday denied any sudden moves by his organisation to increase the number of conventional steelbands that will advance to the finals of this year’s national Panorama competition...

Ministry to target mosquito ‘hot spots’

The Ministry of Health has partnered with regional health authorities and regional corporations to devise mechanisms to control the spread of dengue...

 

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T&TEC increases power supply

General manager of the T&T Electricity Corporation (T&TEC) Indarjit Singh, has said the company’s peak demand of 1132 mega watts (MW), fell short of its projected demand of 1166MV last year...

When duty calls

They say it comes with the territory. Night after night, women in various disciplines are forced to put themselves in the “line of fire” to perform their duties as police officers, journalists, waitresses, casino workers and taxi drivers...

Samuels shines but Windies go down

Marlon Samuels’ spectacular late assault lifted the West Indies to a respectable total, but it was not enough to prevent South Africa cruising to a series-clinching seven-wicket win in the third One-Day International

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Friendly skies Caribbean Airlines forecasts profit next year

Philip Saunders has found himself in an unusual situation: he’s head of a new airline which could make a profit by 2009...

Urchin wins sixth TPC kaiso title

Guardian editor Valentino Singh is impressed by the input of the newcomers during the 2008 Trinidad Publishing Company (TPC) Calypso Competition...

King named top cricketer

Surely, anyone walking into the VIP lounge at the Hasley Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo on Saturday would have had this thought cross their minds...

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Monday
Jan 28
Partly Cloudy Tonights Low: 22° 20%
Tuesday
Jan 29
PM Showers High: 32° Low: 22° 30%
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Jan 30
Scattered Showers High: 29° Low: 21° 30%
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