Wednesday 19th November, 2008

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Tony Fraser

Floods take toll on T&T

Still reeling from the effects of Monday’s heavy rains and flooding, Port-of-Spain suffered another major blow yesterday as several disasters, natural and otherwise, shut down vehicular and pedestrian movement in and around the capital city.


Priest awarded $345,000 for libel

Roman Catholic priest, Father John Theodore, was yesterday awarded $345,000 in damages for libel contained in three articles published in the T&T Mirror.

Judge awards $20m to ADB

Justice Mustapha Ibrahim has awarded the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) close to $20 million due and owing on a loan.

Girl rescued from landslide

An eight-year old girl escaped death yesterday after a landslide crashed into her home in St Ann’s.

Parsanlal: Govt not anti-media

Government has asked veteran publisher Ken Gordon to chair a committee of media practitioners to examine specific guidelines with the ultimate objective of improving media standards and quality, Information Minister Neil Parsanlal revealed yesterday, in a statement to the Senate.


IMF urges Govt to rethink IFC plan

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised the T&T Government to reconsider parts of its plan to establish an international financial centre in T&T in light of the global financial crisis.

In a man's world

Nowadays, a woman on a construction site is not a very common sight.

Soca Warriors hunt final spot

...face tricky Cuba

T&T Soca Warriors will be looking to continue their journey to another Fifa World Cup Finals appearance when they host Cuba in their Second Stage Final Round Concacaf Qualifier tonight.

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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.


November 19

we still need a point

Here we go again! Another November 19 and we still need a point and a draw to move forward in World Cup Football.

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Nov 19
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