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NH head warns PM of ‘usurper’

Prime Minister Patrick Manning should be careful of the advice he receives from a certain government minister, who may have ambitions to replace him, NH International chairman Emile Elias warns.

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Central Bank governor: T&T not in recession

The local economy will slow down significantly this year, but T&T is not in a recession, according to Central Bank governor, Ewart Williams.

Should wearing of Burkah be removed from court?

‘Leave Muslim juror alone’

Two lawyers submitted yesterday that a Muslim juror wearing a burkah should not be disqualified from sitting on a jury because the court could not see her face.

Customs officer’s death

DPP, cops still discussing charges

Homicide detectives were, up to late yesterday, in discussion with the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Geoffrey Henderson on whether charges should be laid against three suspects held in connection with the death of Customs officer Joan Gaspard.

Sando launches Carnival 2009

It seemed that Sunday’s all-day rain stopped just long enough for San Fernando to launch Carnival 2009 at the TCL Skiffle Bunch Pan Theatre.

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IMF advises Govt to cut spending

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on the Government to cut back its infrastructure expenditure as well as the range of subsidies.

The beginning of a peaceful revolution

The election of Barack Obama as American President marks an important milestone in American society.

Ganga, Barath hit half-centuries as

T&T trounces US

GEORGETOWN, Barbados–T&T stamped their superiority over the United States by romping to a comfortable six-wicket win in their fourth round WICB Cup one-day match yesterday.

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Global crisis hits energy

Service companies in turmoil

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

Cary’sma ...Youth helping youth

In the heart of Carenage, one youth group is feverishly working on the second issue of its pet project.

 

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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