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Filipino ship captain fined $2.5m for ganja

A Filipino national who spent 35 years of his life at sea was yesterday fined in excess of $2.5 million after he pleaded guilty to importing prohibited goods into Trinidad waters.

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Mom shot dead in domestic row

A domestic row yesterday led to the killing of a 43-year-old female security guard at her home in St Augustine.

Hazel under fire over Mayaro bridge

Local Government Minister Hazel Manning was yesterday confronted by villagers in Chrysostom Trace, Mayaro, who demanded to know why work had stopped on their bridge, which has already cost more than $1 million.

Lee Sing praises PM

‘Media not saints, often sinners’

The media cannot pretend they are saints when they are very often sinners.

Gordon: Manning wrong, 94.1FM unprofessional

Veteran publisher Ken Gordon has said Prime Minister Patrick Manning was wrong to go to 94.1 FM to complain about comments made by two employees during a newscast.

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Interest rates to rise again

The managing director of Scotiabank T&T, Richard Young, yesterday said that consumers should expect an increase in interest rates soon.

George Village honours elders

Two Sundays ago it wasn’t just another Divali celebration for residents of George Village in Tableland.

WI wary of dangerous Pakistan

ABU DHABI—West Indies were taking nothing for granted as they prepared to face an unpredictable Pakistan team in the opening One-Day International of their three-match Fortune Trophy series today.

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SURVIVING THE STORM

The Lawrence Duprey-controlled CL Financial Group will be approaching the 2009 financial year “very cautiously,” said its finance director Michael Carballo.

 

Cott turns up the heat at music awards

A first class event. That’s the best way to describe the 2008 installment of the Copyright Organisation of T&T (Cott) Music Awards, aptly entitled Music Takes Flight.

The third coming of Dwarika

...last chance for World Cup glory

Arnold Dwarika still harbours dreams of playing in the Fifa World Cup. After a surprise recall to the national senior team, the veteran striker hopes to break back into the final team competing for a spot in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

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