Tuesday 23rd December, 2008

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Tumbling rocks crush two cars

Two-month-old Iyoka Byron had just started getting used to her daily routine of afternoon strolls outside her Correria Drive, Glencoe home.

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Man killed as bandits ‘storm’ party

People ran in all directions screaming as two robbers “stormed” an after work party in Point Fortin and shot a painter dead Sunday night.

Ex-PNMite Arnold challenges London in THA poll

A former PNM assemblyman is set to challenge Chief Secretary Orville London in the upcoming THA elections.

Manning leaves hospital

Prime Minister Patrick Manning was expected to be released from the Cimeq Hospital in Havana, Cuba yesterday.

Third man charged with Maraval murder

A third person has been charged with the 2006 killing of Maraval resident, Quasie Dowers.


New US$20 IDB fund for Caribbean lenders

Microfinance lending institutions in Latin American and the Caribbean stand to benefit from a pioneering fund, the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) which has been set up by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to assist countries in dealing with the effects of the global credit crisis and other emergencies.

Santa’s sinister side

Christmas is about the children, they say. Seeing their eyes widen when they rip open the latest Bratz doll or Tickle-me-Elmo is what its all about. And despite what the tradition says, both naughty and nice youngsters receive gifts from parents and corporate companies.

Gayle keeps Windies hopes alive

NAPIER, New Zealand— Captain Chris Gayle’s eighth Test century and first in three-and-a-half years gave West Indies a fighting chance in the decisive second Test yesterday, but the match remained tilted in New Zealand’s favour ahead of the final day’s play at McLean Park.

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Energy’s volatile future

It’s a reality check the Government didn’t want to admit: from last year’s brimming coffers of energy wealth to this year’s declining revenues.


La Chapelle stages Cinderella with a local twist

A fairy tale as old as time—Cinderella—is most young girls’ fantasy in which they seek to relive the moments in their own lives. Boys too, desire to live the dream of becoming a charming prince.


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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