News Stories -- 20 Oct 2008 --

DEADLIEST JOB IN T&T
15 taxi-drivers killed to date...

As providers of an essential service to the public, T &T taxi-drivers are now finding themselves an endangered group.
With 15 taxi-drivers murdered for the year so far, it would seem that this job is one of the most dangerous in T&T.

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Rowley mum on row with Manning, but 'still PNM'

Member of Parliament for Diego Martin West Keith Rowley yesterday insisted he was still a member of the People's National Movement, and refused to say whether the issue of the state of relations between himself and Prime Minister, and PNM politcal leader, Patrick Manning was discussed at the PNM General Council meeting at Balisier House, Port of Spain.

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Sack Jack
ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR T&T: Everald "Gally" Cummings

Former national striker Everald "Gally" Cummings, coach of the Strike Squad that failed to qualify for the 1990 World Cup, the event we all know as, "November 19"

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Chef shot dead in mistaken attack
...relatives fed up, distraught over daytime killing

A case of mistaken identity.This is how homicide detectives have classified the shooting death of Sea Lots resident Dyke Bascombe.

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Art beholden

Art is usually only appreciated in a two dimensional sense, but under the guidance of local dance legend Noble Douglas, art breathed, danced, sang and even mimed its way into the very souls of those watching Friday night's dress rehearsal of Blanchisseuse- Dance for the B Holder" at Queen's Hall, St Ann's.

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Reginald Dumas shares his 'Encounter with Haiti'
Former head of the Public Service, Reginald Dumas, autographs a copy of his book, An Encounter With Haiti -Notes of a Special Adviser, at The Normandie, St Ann's on Thursday evening. -

FROM the very beginning, Reginald Dumas sets out to demonstrate the forthrightness for which he has been known, both to public audiences and to the people for whom he worked, nearly 40 years in the service of the people of Trinidad and Tobago.

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