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Pastor Clive Dottin

Manning on financial crisis: We won’t go down without a fight

Prime Minister Patrick Manning said yesterday that despite the global financial crisis, the Government would go ahead with its planned economic expansion and diversification in the energy sector “as far as is possible.”

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Panday’s judicial review case

Espinet’s father was PNM minister

The long-awaited hearing of the judicial review case brought by former prime minister Basdeo Panday against Magistrate Ejenny Espinet, did not get off the ground yesterday.

Lara stadium to escape cutbacks

Although the Brian Lara Stadium has suffered delays and cost overruns, it may not be deferred in Government’s upcoming cutbacks since it is likely to be completed in the current fiscal year, a source has said.

Pastors pray to bring little Natalie back to life

Three pastors, delivering the homily at the funeral service of three-year-old Natalie Alladin, stood, over her casket yesterday praying that she be resurrected.

Govt looks into lunchkits

Narace announces plan to monitor children’s nutrition

Government intends to introduce public policy to ensure that what is contained in a child’s lunch-kit constitutes a nutritious meal, Health Minister Jerry Narace revealed yesterday.


La Brea residents demand Alutrint jobs

A group representing La Brea residents was yesterday in talks with the management of Alutrint Trinidad Limited in a bid to secure jobs for T&T citizens in the construction of the Alutrint smelter plant.

Andy dances his way to the top

You’ve always dreamt of being a competitive dancer, but unfortunately you were not blessed with the natural rhythm and co-ordination it takes to move with ease and precision.

Carapichaima stuns the ‘Green Machine’

Central Zone champions Carapichaima Senior Comprehensive pulled off the shock of the round yesterday when they beat East Zone outfit St Augustine Senior Comprehensive 2-1 in the teams’ RBTT Intercol quarterfinal fixture.


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IMF and Central Bank:

Govt must cut back spending

Reduce by $3 billion

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is advising the Government to cut $3 billion worth of spending from the 2008/2009 budget and maintain “nominal spending at its financial year 2007/2008 level.”

‘Stinger’ wins Calypso of the Year

The Copyright Organistaion of T&T (Cott) Calypso of the Year Award winner is Dexter “Stinger” Parsons.

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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