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Rowley moves on Manning

...seeks apology over ‘missing $10m’ claim

Sacked minister Keith Rowley, seeking an apology from Prime Minister Patrick Manning, is moving to have Manning brought before Parliament’s Privileges Committee for Manning’s allegations about a “missing $10 million” from the Cleaver Heights housing project.


Laquis: Laqtel building sold for $28.5 M, not $25M

A phenomenal deal.

Cops seize document from Dansam’s home

Police officers investigating the reported assault on Local Government Ministry communications specialist Deodath Ojah-Maharaj yesterday went to the Rio Claro home People’s National Movement councillor Dansam Dhansook and seized what they said was an IOU.

Three shot dead in one night

Murders continue to rise as three men were killed and another hospitalised after they were shot in separate incidents on Wednesday night in Barataria, St Joseph, and Wallerfield.

Wedding plans turn into funeral arrangements

…Family claims negligence in Seaman's drowning

Coastguardsman Kevin Lawrence, 24, was looking forward to his wedding day on May 23, next year.


OWTU threatens to shut down NP

Union warns of cooking gas shortage

The Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) yesterday threatened to shut down the National Petroleum Marketing Company Ltd (NP), even as it warned the country to brace for a shortage of liquefied patroleum gas (LPG) cooking gas.


Who says a girl can’t eat her cake and have it too?


West Indies aim to bounce back

West Indies are doubtless still reeling from their last-over defeat to Pakistan on Wednesday, but their captain, Chris Gayle, is adamant that his side will bounce back.

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Global crisis hits energy

Service companies in turmoil

We’ve gone from feast to famine in a short period

Pamberi teaches pan to the world

Pamberi Steel Orchestra of San Juan were Visiting Artists in Residence for three days at Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts from October 15-17.

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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