Sunday 19th October, 2008

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Anand Ramlogan
Derren Joseph
Dennis Pantin
Ira Mathur
Lennox Grant
Martin George

‘This wall will fall’

A towering wall being constructed parallel to the Beetham Highway is now the centre of controversy among Beetham Gardens residents.


‘Cool scene’ at PNM meet

The PNM hierarchy tried yesterday to steer away from the murder spree continuing unabated in T&T, but put a positive spin on the agreement by foreign energy companies accessing T&T’s natural gas supplies to pay more for their supplies.

COP’s Ramadhar, PNM’s Browne clash on promenade

A war of words erupted between deputy political leader of the Congress of the People (COP) Prakash Ramadhar and Social Development Minister Dr Amery Browne yesterday, over the $100 million the Government intends to spend on the luxury cars for the upcoming Summit of the Americas meeting.

Trinis head back home

The brain drain is on the brink of being reversed. T&T professionals, as well as less-qualified nationals who fled overseas in the past three decades, are looking to come back home.

Silent complaints hurting Mayaro fishermen

Mayaro fishermen have been catching truckloads of cavali the past month, a rare occurrence they are attributing to “nice ‘mang’ water from Venezuela.



Guaya folk see no positives in port development plan

Guayaguayare residents are fearful that the National Energy Corporation’s (NEC) coming Galeota port development project will destroy their fishing industry and create other environmental, social and economic problems in the area.

Her’s is a fascinating story

When they were small, her father used to tell them they were the children of princes. That was hard to believe, however, because they were so poor.

Defence Force levels five-match series 1-1

DEFENCE FORCE bounced back against Detour Shak Attack by levelling the best-in-five-match series 1-1 on Friday night, as the men’s finals in the First Division of the North Zone Basketball League continued at Jean Pierre Complex in Mucurapo.

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Global financial crisis: Tourism takes a hit

Selling the sun, sand and sea has never been more stressful.

Carib community hosts colourful heritage festival

It was a colourful, entertaining night in Arima on Friday when the borough’s indigenous people held Amerindian Cultural Heritage at Lord Harris Square.

2010 South Africa World Cup qualifier

Going after the US

Will the Soca Warriors break the jinx and defeat the United States in a World Cup match? That will be answered tonight when the T&T team takes on the powerful, but yet suspect US team at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.

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