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August hearing in New York...

Bajans claim T&T waters

THE fishing dispute between T&T and Barbados took a dramatic turn on Monday when Barbados approached the United Nations to get another 150 nautical miles of sea space for its flying fish and for exploration of gas and other minerals...

 

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Fitun insists...

Enquiry the way to go

The Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) is calling on citizens and special interest groups to keep up the pressure to force Prime Minister Patrick Manning to set up a commission of enquiry to investigate the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott)...

PM trying to shield his sacred cow—COP

The Congress of the People (COP) said a Joint Select Committee of Parliament to examine the operations of the Urban Development Company of T&T (Udecott) was a “lame attempt by the Prime Minister to shield his sacred cow and escape from accounting to the people of T&T.”

THE UDECOTT CONTROVERSY

Hart comes under attack

The behaviour of a very vocal and “passionate” Michael Annisette yesterday at a Udecott press conference was juxtaposed to that of what Prime Minister Patrick Manning claimed was “wajang” behaviour of axed trade minister Dr Keith Rowley...

UNC says no to JSC

THE Opposition UNC will not be putting up any members for the Joint Select Committee of Parliament that will investigate the Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago (Udecott)...

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Udecott transparent, accountable—Hart

Calder Hart, executive chairman of the Urban Development Corporation (Udecott) says that the state-owned company has been transparent in all its operations and is accountable to Cabinet...

All in the family

A look into the foundation of society

Today we celebrate globally International Day of Families...

Australia in West Indies 2008

WI manager confident

Omar Khan, West Indies’ manager, is confident that his team will stand up to be counted when they take on the visiting Australians in the first of three Tests starting on May 22 in Kingston...

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Caribbean tourism

facing major challenges

The region’s tourism industry is being challenged...

Healthy dose of fashion

The Friends of Port-of-Spain General Hospital staged Hats Off—a gala fashion show at Cascadia Hotel—on May 4...

WIPA Twenty /20 Caribbean Club Championships

Fans fights to get in as... PowerGen Prevails

A packed Guaracara Park greeted the finals of the inaugural WIPA Twenty/20 Caribbean Club Championships on Sunday night and this was something that has not happened for quite a while in T&T...

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