Maxi taxis entering City Gate in Port-of-Spain recently. PHOTO: CLYDE LEWIS A little over four years after they seemingly crossed the final hurdle in their constitutional challenge of a $1 user fee for the use of City Gate, Port-of-Spain, a group of more than 2,000 maxi taxi operators remain locked in a legal battle to receive their court-ordered compensation.
Meet the man who saved Govan shipyard
HE was the union convenor who saved Govan shipyard from closure with two days to spare. GMB member Jamie Webster spent three decades standing up for workers on the Clyde, but today he will walk out of the yard which he has dedicated his life to as he begins his retirement.
IN this exclusive column, Port presenter and former STV weather girl Jean Johansson writes for the Tele.
World?s oldest clipper?s final voyage charted
THE last voyage of the world?s oldest surviving clipper ship is to be revealed in a new book.
Clipper's final voyage charted in new book by Scottish author
The last voyage of the world's oldest surviving clipper ship is to be revealed in a new book.
Our Favorite Winter Drinks
The drinks that get us through the dreary Chicago winter [ more ? ]
Kirkland police to increase DUI patrols during the holidays
As part of the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission?s (WTSC) ?Target Zero? Program, the Kirkland Police Department, along with other law enforcement agencies, are warning drivers who operate a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or marijuana about the extra DUI patrols happening state wide beginning now through January 1, 2015.
Redmond Police Department to participate in Target Zero DUI patrols
A new survey of drivers shows seven out of 10 have used marijuana and almost half of those have recently driven within a couple of hours after marijuana use. If you or someone you know uses marijuana and drives while high, beware ? extra DUI patrols are happening statewide this holiday season between now and January 1, 2015.
All-Ohio football: Clearview?s Billings named to first team in Division IV
The toughest decision for the selectors of the Division IV All-Ohio honorees wasn?t if Clearview?s Lance Billings should be on the first team. It was should he be on offense or defense. For the second straight year, the Clippers? 6-foot, 170-pound junior was named a first-team, All-Ohio wide receiver after catching 45 passes for 799 Read More... The post All-Ohio football: Clearview?s Billings ...
How a $600 Million Hedge Fund Disappeared
The Wall Street Journal. In the run-up to the financial crisis a hedge fund took in hundreds of millions of dollars from wealthy investors. Now the money is gone?and the man who ran it has disappeared from their sights.