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‘I’m gifted for this job’

“My advice to you is that the timing is not right. The organisation is at its worst. It’s better to take a position like this when things get better...

 

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No death squad, mongoose gangs

Action—an aggressive approach to create a cycle of change—is what Williams is promising as top cop. Don’t expect, however, to see any death squad or mongoose gangs. And he won’t adopt the Randolph Burrough’s approach...

Top fireman linked to Internet scandal

A senior fireman has been suspended after being allegedly implicated in an Internet scandal...

Army to join police in crime fight

A source informed the Sunday Guardian a call was made by the National Security Council, headed by Prime Minister Patrick Manning, for members of the T&T Regiment to join forces with police officers...

‘Manning should go, not Joe’

Prime Minister Patrick Manning must resign—not National Security Minister Martin Joseph— over the Government’s inability to curb spiralling crime...

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ADB determined to stabilise bird prices

The Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) is working to stabilise soaring chicken prices. Three weeks ago, the ADB launched a beyond broiler programme, in which they called on poultry producers to invest in a state-of-the-art computerised, tunnel-ventilated housing system for birds...

Aye aye, captain

Abbey School old boy returns to T&T

It is 9 am on a blistering hot Thursday morning. I board the Esmeralda, a Chilean naval vessel docked at the Cruise Ship Complex in Port-of-Spain. Already, a crew of 321 is busy polishing brass fixtures and making empanadas in the kitchen...

Aussies take charge of third Test

Australia took a vice-grip of the third Digicel Test against West Indies after Simon Katich and Phil Jaques completed centuries on the third day at Kensington Oval yesterday...

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High cost of building

Is the real estate bubble about to burst?

Robert Rivers, a computer technician, and his wife, Shelly, a high school teacher, have been married for the last four years and together earn $17,000...

Tribe in hunt for new faces

Come June 22, Cascadia Hotel is expected to be swarmed by beautiful young women all keen on being selected as the Face of Tribe for C2K9, as well as win a $20,000 modelling package...

Our path to

WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA

The taste of World Cup Germany 2006 is still very much on our lips and this magnificent experience has brought to the people of this country, a spirit of patriotism, a desire to reach further, and most importantly, an image which our young people can catapult into a driving gear for a better sporting life...

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10 day forecast for Port-of-Spain, Trinidad And Tobago
Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Sunday
Jun 15
Showers Late Tonights Low: 25° 30%
Monday
Jun 16
Isolated T-Storms High: 34° Low: 25° 30%
Tuesday
Jun 17
Isolated T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 30%
Wednesday
Jun 18
Isolated T-Storms High: 32° Low: 24° 30%
Thursday
Jun 19
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 50%
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