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Phew, it’s over!
PM safe after cancer surgery in Cuba

Success! Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s surgery in Cuba yesterday was “very successful,” the Office of the Prime Minister confirmed.

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High Street vendors anger business people

San Fernando businessmen are hopping mad with Mayor Kenneth Ferguson for allowing 100 vendors to return to High Street to ply their trade.

Chaguanas police put street vendors on the run

Tempers flared for the second straight day yesterday as Chaguanas street vendors had their goods seized and were chased by the police.

Prayers and tears for PM Manning

A woman fainted, while others broke down in tears as prayers of goodwill and health were sent across the seas to Prime Minister Patrick Manning, who underwent surgery yesterday in Cuba.

Bharath goes home today

UNC MP Vasant Bharath is expected to be released from St Clair Medical Centre to return home today, UNC MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh said yesterday.

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Int’l franchise takes bmobile to US

TSTT and ezetop Ltd have established a new online and international distribution agreement for the sale of bmobile prepaid airtime at www.ezetop.com and in more than 40,000 retail outlets in the US.

Asian Import

Xavier Baptiste has been flying our national flag high in Asia for almost two years. Originally from Point Fortin, Baptiste left Trinidad for Malaysia on February 4, 2007, in the height of the Carnival season to take up a singing offer in China.

Cricket braces for Stanford fallout

Allen Stanford, the Texan billionaire underwriting much of West Indies cricket, is reportedly set to pull the plug on his investment in the game. If the news—published in the England’s Daily Mail.

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Credit Union scare

After HCU crash, proposed new laws spread dread among unions

Even as Kairi Consultants Ltd, in a study done for Tecu Credit Union, pointed to the “liquidity and insolvency crisis” of the Hindu Credit Union (HCU),

Celebrity Christmas

It’s all about the love for Fireball

Christmas. My favourite time of the year. It’s a time for giving and togetherness.

Never a dull moment in T&T football

The past two weeks have been seemingly bitter for the followers of footballers in this country, mainly because the national team’s failure to qualify for the Gold Cup tournament next year.

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