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Before killing self...
Central man hacks lover to death

URP employee Ursilla Romeo, 35, was hacked to death with a hatchet by her estranged lover Andrew Williams, 63, who then committed suicide. She was killed on Friday night

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Veteran Guyana journalist David de Caires dies

The founder and Editor-in-Chief of Guyana’s Stabroek newspaper, David de Caires, died in Barbados yesterday.

Nirad Tiwarie now Master of Science

A sense of pride and jubilation filled the heart of former University of West Indies, St Augustine, campus principal Dr Bhoendradatt Tewarie yesterday, as he watched his only son, Nirad Girrish Tewarie, receive his higher degree.

Graduation only ‘end of the beginning’

Nikisha Alana Alexander, class valedictorian, says graduation only marks the end of the beginning, and urges graduates to remain focused on their dreams.

Manning gets top marks for political management

Prime Minister Patrick Manning has received an “excellent” rating for political management. The grade came from political analyst Derek Ramsamooj.

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T&T has no plan

…to counter a local financial meltdown

T&T has no plan in place to deal with a financial meltdown similar to what is happening in the US and internationally, Minister in the Ministry of Finance Mariano Browne said yesterday.

From ‘picky hair and bandy legs’ to Super Model

During her days at Barataria Secondary Comprehensive, Kerry Ann Murphy was seen as the tall, skinny girl with “picky hair and bandy legs.

Who wants to be a millionaire?

COOLIDGE—One team will have 20 million reasons to smile, and one team will have 20 million reasons to cry.

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T&T and the global financial crisis

TTMA head: Govt spending plans may be unsustainable

President of the T&T Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA), Karen De Montbrun, has warned that T&T could face an unsustainable national budget because of government’s spending plans for next year.

Jamaica author to read at Normandie

Rosemarie Stone, author of No Stone Unturned, will be in Trinidad this week and will lecture to students at the University of the West Indies on Thursday. She will do a book reading and signing at the Paperbased bookstore at the Normandie Hotel on Friday.

Sancho is back

Former national footballer Brent Sancho made his official return to local football last Thursday, but not in the capacity for which he’s known and loved—as a member of the Soca Warriors.

 

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