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Nedco in spotlight... Audit ordered at Sangre Grande office

An audit has been ordered into the operations of the National Entrepreneurship Development Company Ltd’s (Nedco) Sangre Grande office, after allegations of financial impropriety.

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Fed-up’ professor quits T&T for good

University professor Dr Harold Mahabir, is so disenchanted with the turn of events over his employment and the way he was treated by some members of the Police Service and the Government, that he has turned his back on Trinidad and Tobago for good.

Decision on Rowley motion delayed

A decision on PNM MP Keith Rowley’s motion against Prime Minister Patrick Manning may not be forthcoming on Friday, since the Lower House takes a break for a “refresher course” retreat for government members following PNM’s first year in office.

Nacta poll: PNM’s hold on power not threatened

The latest Nacta poll, conducted a year since the re-election of the PNM, reveals widespread disaffection for the ruling party among voters, including its traditional supporters...

Woman alleging rape held by Immigration

A 25-year-old Colombian national, who went to a Central police station to report that she had been raped and sodomised at gunpoint by a police constable, is being detained at the station, pending an investigation by the Immigration Department.

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Tuco devises plan to lure more patrons

Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (Tuco) has come up with a strategic plan to lure patrons to calypso tents for next year’s Carnival.

La Shaun’s balancing act

At 29 years old, La Shaun Prescott looks like 21 and is so physically fit that both men and women may become envious of her physique.

Windies out to avoid ‘whitewash’

The series is in hand but having faced a lot of criticism since he was appointed captain last year, Shoaib Malik will be keen to complete a whitewash to boost the side's confidence ahead of India's tour of Pakistan early next year.

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Festival of Carols on Friday

For the past 18 years, the annual Festival of Carols, hosted by the Lions Club of Port-of-Spain Central in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, has contributed to the self-worth of participating students.

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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