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CAL to airlift Trinis from Venezuela
Posted: Monday, February 24, 2014

CAL to airlift Trinis from Venezuela
Govt prepares evacuation plan...

One year later...Sea Lots accident victim continues recovery

AFTER a year's absence from the National Calypso Monarch Competition, former monarch champion Weston "Cro Cro" Rawlins, returned to the big stage Saturday with a biting political commentary...

Kamla still more popular than Rowley, says Moonilal
"We take heart that (Persad-Bissessar) is still ahead of (Rowley) in terms of national popularity and support because after all (she) will be our prime ministerial candidate in the next election..."

Petrotrin denies having any financial challenges
PETROTRIN has denied claims made in a story in yesterday's Sunday Guardian that the State-owned oil company is facing financial challenges.

Imbert: Not right time for change
Diego Martin North/East MP Colm Imbert feels it is not the right time for the People's National Movement (PNM) to be contemplating a change of its leadership.

Penny: Government failed to bring unity

Gas, diesel prices to remain unchanged 'for a couple years'
Government is working on establishing a nationwide compressed natural gas (CNG) network as a solution to the annual $4 billion fuel subsidy bill

NGC signs CNG MoU with Chinese company

T&T to get building code by 2015

Cro Cro, Chalkie in calypso final
Three former monarchs, a young king and a handful of would-be queens are among the 11 who will vie for the right to claim the title of Calypso Monarch on Dimanche Gras night next Sunday.

Abdulah: Carnival losing soul to Mardi Gras mas
THE SOUL of Carnival is being lost to a Mardi Gras-type mas and there needs to be an increase in consciousness about the national festival in order to restore it.

Vets: AG misrepresenting us
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has come under fire from the Trinidad and Tobago Veterinary Association (TTVA) for his "misrepresentation of the profession".

'Point' sculptor dies unfulfilled
Samuel Walrond fought for decades to get work recognised

First JetBlue flight arrives today
Low-cost airline JetBlue's first flight on its daily non-stop service between Trinidad and New York touches down today at Piarco International Airport.

Driving home the breathalyser message
Law Made Simple

Man drowns at Chaguaramas
A Carenage man drowned while bathing in Williams Bay, Chaguaramas at 1 p.m. yesterday.

Man shot dead outside Curepe bar
HOMICIDE detectives are investigating the shooting death of a 19-year-old man at a Curepe bar early yesterday morning.

Cops rescue abducted taxi driver
POLICE officers of the South-Western Division Task Force rescued a taxi driver on Saturday who was abducted by three men, pretending to be passengers

Doctor advocates eradicating criminals like mosquitoes
CHASING after criminals is not enough.

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