Thursday 25th September, 2008

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Sat Maharaj

Shot and beheaded

The gruesome discovery of a headless body in Belle View, St James, early yesterday, marred Republic Day observances in the small community.


Imbert: Debate till midnight

Debate on the 2008-2009 budget will continue until around midnight tomorrow and for several days next week, and will conclude next Thursday, according to Leader of Government Business in the Lower House Colm Imbert yesterday.

‘Citizens must be part of shaping new Constitution’

People must be part of the process of formulating a new Constitution in T&T. This was the call yesterday by placard-bearing members of the Constitution Reform Forum (CRF) during their third Republic Day Walk.

Thieves break into security officer’s home

While a security officer was working a 24-hour shift, thieves broke into her Point Fortin home and stole many items including her dead son’s clothes.

Satt: Food security not addressed

The Supermarket Association of T&T (Satt), Balliram Maharaj, says that while the budgetary allocation for agriculture was increased, the issue of food security was not adequately addressed in the 2008-2009 Budget.


Businessmen complain about labour shortage

Up to 50 per cent of this country’s cocoa crop remains unharvested because of a lack of labour and one large poultry processing plant sometimes operates at 25 per cent of its labour capacity.

Little girl, big fashion.

I find it quite unsettling the way today’s mothers opt to dress their young daughters. While it may be considered fun for a mother and daughter to bond by going about the town dressed in similar fashion.

John answers recall with goal

Caribbean forwards Ricardo Fuller and Stern John netted English League Cup third-round goals for their teams Tuesday but with contrasting results.

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The pursuit of infrastructure development and the containment of inflation are the Government’s goals in its 2008/2009 Budget offering.


Scorpions’ sting sends fans wild

The Scorpions rocked the Queen’s Park Savannah on Tuesday night during its first performance in Trinidad and the Caribbean as part of the Humanity Hour One tour.

Latapy to the rescue

A little magic from former national captain Russell Latapy might just what the T&T Soca Warriors need to book a spot in the 2010 World Cup to be held in South Africa.


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