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King: Hart has too much power

Calder Hart has too much power. That’s the word from former Independent Senator Mary King, in wake of Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s firing of Trade and Industry Minister Dr Keith Rowley...



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Udecott too loose

The Immigration Division is expected to process its first appointments through the new passport appointment system on Tuesday, the Ministry of National Security says...

Public blowing things out of proportion

A call to Calder Hart’s home yesterday revealed he was out boating. His wife, Sherrine Lee Hart (Su-Hua Lee), who answered the telephone, said the public was blowing things of proportion...

Atherly sacked over Hart too?

Keith Rowley was not the only one to have fallen out with Prime Minister Patrick Manning over Udecott chairman Calder Hart...

Mark: Probe UTT too

HE ONLY got a brief, inconsequential mention as Prime Minister Patrick Manning hogged the limelight at Thursday’s post-Cabinet Whitehall media conference to give his side of why he fired Trade and Industry Minister Keith Rowley...


Blue Waters bucking EMA

A legal opinion is being flaunted by the Government as enough authority for Blue Waters Products Ltd to “amalgamate” with Pernod Ricard Trinidad Ltd and become the State’s new tenant for 450 acres of Orange Grove Estate land

Patrick, the greatest panman!

Move over Cobo Jack! Holman! Samaroo! Brooks! Williams! Marshall! Make way for the greatest panman who ever lived...

Miller bowls Jamaica to regional triple

Nikita Miller completed a 10-wicket match haul to help Jamaica land their third West Indies domestic title for the season, when they crushed Trinidad & Tobago in the Carib Beer Challenge Final by nine wickets inside three days yesterday...

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On brink of double-digit inflation

Central Bank repeats call for cut in Govt spending

Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams meets weekly with Finance Minister Karen Nunez-Tesheira...

Pepper roti heats up Heritage Festival

A definite highlight of the Sri Hanuman Heritage Festival and Global Conference at the Dattatreaya Yoga Centre, Orange Field Road, Carapichiama this month was undoubtedly the famous and rare Uncle Pitchoil pepper roti concocted by Kumkaran “Uncle Pitchoil” Ramrattan, a 60-year-old retiree of the Port-of-Spain City Corporation...

Beacon Cycling Series—West Indies versus The World

Foreigners dominate

ANOTHER successful Beacon Insurance West Indies versus The World Cycling Classic has ended...

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