Friday 26th September, 2008

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Family affair Brother, sister win schols

Trevor Deane is TSTT’s vice president of broadband, a job which usually keeps him abreast of evolving technology.


Parsanlal: Do not pay increased fares

The Government is urging commuters not to pay increased taxi fares.

Govt spends $22m for 257 scholarships

Government has allocated more than $22 million for scholarships to 257 students who attained excellent grades based on the results of the 2008 Caribbean Advanced Proficency Examination (Cape) and GCE A’ Levels. This was announced by Education Minister Esther Le Gendre yesterday.

Star pupil’s success brings tears to mother’s eyes

Jennifa Nandoo thanked God and cried when she learnt yesterday afternoon, while at a Church service, that her daughter Jennisa had captured one of the two 2008 President’s gold medals for topping the Cape examination.

Naparima thrilled with achievement

Acting principal of Naparima Girls’ High School Fairy Lalla says she is elated by the sizeable number of scholarships the school received in this year’s Cape and GCE A’ Level examinations.


Karen defends Govt spending as investment

Finance Minister Karen Nunez-Tesheira said yesterday that the Government sees expenditure as more than just spending but as an investment in the country’s future.

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.

WConnection goes for 5th straight FCB Cup

WConnection will be going for their fifth straight lien on the First Citizens Cup of the T&T Professional Football League (T&T PFL) today against bmobile Joe Public at Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, from 8.30 pm.

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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.


Sample sizzles at hilltop jazz

The air was one of warmth and togetherness...

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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