Friday 29th August ,2008

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Imbert on flooding: Need to review drainage system

This was how Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert described the heavy rainfall, which triggered flooding in several areas in T&T within the past few days.


Senior Counsel takes on judge... ‘A yellow card for Volney’

Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner is again chiding Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s regional integration thrust.

Woman admits to fake kidnap report

A Princes Town woman appeared in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates’ Court yesterday, charged with wasteful employment of police time.

Govt to crack down on errant developers

T&T is no position to deal with a natural disaster, Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert admits.

‘Man-made problems’

The minister said he had been receiving daily reports from the drainage division, which noted that a lot of the problems were man-made.


bpTT chairman sees increase in natural gas prices

Chairman and chief executive of bpTT, Robert Riley, said yesterday that natural gas prices are on an upward trend and could rise further toward the end of the year.

D’Krewe offers Paradise

Woodbrook-based mas band D’Krewe has delivered the only complete Carnival 2009 band launch so far.


Holding bounces Stanford

Former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding has delivered some searing bouncers at Texan Billionaire Sir Allen Stanford, saying that he is not telling the people of the Caribbean what he is really about.

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Rethinking the EPA

Who will sign?

What seemed last December to be the beginning of a new era of trade between the Caribbean and its historic trading partner, Europe, now threatens to dissolve into stalemate.

Thrills from pan’s G-spot

Last Saturday evening, T&T introduced its National Steel Symphony Orchestra (NSSO) to the rest of the Caribbean as part of Carifesta X celebrations in Guyana.

New stars born in Beijing

Caribbean dream Olympics

BEIJING – A dream of an Olympic Games for the Caribbean in Beijing ended with a glittering closing ceremony at the Bird’s Nest Stadium watched by 91,000 fans on Sunday.


Current Weather
10 day forecast for Port-of-Spain, Trinidad And Tobago
Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Aug 29
T-Storms Early Tonights Low: 25° 60%
Aug 30
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 60%
Aug 31
PM T-Storms High: 32° Low: 24° 60%
Sep 1
Scattered T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 60%
Sep 2
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 24° 60%
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