PM calls for more distinctive Caricom
Prime Minister David Thompson said yesterday
that manufacturers within the Caribbean
Community (Caricom) need to increase the
distinctiveness of their products to make
them competitive in a fully open marketplace...
dance production, dubbed the Greatest
Dance Show of the Century, certainly
lived up to its name, entertaining and captivating
hundreds of patrons recently...
union vows to end players woes
worries of the footballer in T&T will
now be something of the past...
with a vision
president general James Lambert dreams of
trade union unity
elected president general of the National
Union of Government and Federated Workers
(NUGFW), James Lambert, has big plans for
the union he has been chosen to lead and
intends to position T&Ts largest
trade union to survive well into the future.
Miss Siparia Fete Pageant
takes top honours
opening dance by delegates for the 2008
Miss Siparia Fete Pageant was performed
to the strains of Cuando Cuando amidst a
shower of fireworks on April 10 at the Sporting
Complex, located on Park Street, Siparia...
Indies back to winning ways
A STRING of disappointing results at the
Queens Park Oval, the West Indies
registered three wins against Sri Lanka
in three matches over the past two weeks...