Monday 29th December, 2008

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Debbie Jacob

Prakash Persad

Dillon vows to make T&T safe

As the 2008 murder rate reached towards 540, Chief of Defence Staff Brigadier Edmund Dillon has committed the Defence Force to supporting the T&T Police Service and other law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime.


Multi-million plan to aid displaced folk

Cabinet has approved a multi-million-dollar strategy/plan to “significantly reduce the number of socially-displaced people on the nation’s streets.

Regrello: Need to tighten Carnival belt

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Culture Junia Regrello is predicting that serious financial adjustments will become absolutely necessary to stage Carnival 2009.

Civil rights body to hold candlelight vigil

As the murder rate continues to climb, the T&T Civil Rights Association has turned to prayer to comfort victims of crime, dengue and human trafficking.

Panmen meet today on Panorama changes

Steelband leaders are expected to decide today whether to accept or reject a package of proposals which calls for new variations in the staging of next year’s Panorama competition.


Bmobile rewards cellular dealers

Between January and November 2008, bmobile dealers completed more than 500,000 transactions covering new handset and pre-paid airtime sales as well as new account activations.

Be real with New Year’s resolutions

Instead of making those unattainable, syrupy sweet resolutions to “be a better person” how about keeping more realistic promises to yourself in 2009.

Kiwis smother erratic Windies

Propelled by robust half-centuries from Jesse Ryder and Brendon McCullum, New Zealand comfortably beat an erratic West Indies by 36 runs in the second Twenty20 International yesterday and draw their two-match series 1-1.

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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.


Parang ends on high note

Los Alumnos de San Juan grabbed its seventh parang title on December 13 when it won the National Parang Association of Trinidad & Tobago annual competition.


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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