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Bat In Yuh Crease, RAMDIN

Bat In Yuh Crease, RAMDIN

Even though the power of social media is well known, sometimes its potential still leaves us in awe. We see persons of prominence time and time again voice their opinions and vent their frustrations on the Internet, with the subsequent uproar – both for and against ...

Web Master

July 11th, 2016

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President, Prime Minister and Gonsalves speak at church service for the late Patrick Manning

President, Prime Minister and Gonsalves speak at church service for the late Patrick Manning

Scores of mourners gathered at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port of Spain today for the funeral of former Prime Minister Patrick Manning. The church service followed a procession of the armed forces through the streets of Port of Spain with the casket being carried in a ...

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July 9th, 2016

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Government called on to create Patrick Manning Development Fund

Government called on to create Patrick Manning Development Fund

A call has been made for Government to set up a Patrick Manning Development Fund, to help low income families across the region, access housing. It came from his son, Brian Manning, during the eulogy at the Holy Trinity Cathedral this morning. According to him, his father ...

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July 9th, 2016

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21 year old Petit Valley woman charged with murder

21 year old Petit Valley woman charged with murder

A 21 year old woman has appeared in court, charged with murder. Danielle Young was charged by PC Bennett on Thursday after the DPP handed down instructions. She is accused of murdering 24 year old Kareem St. Rose of Petit Valley, who was dealt a fatal stab wound to the body ...

Amrit Maharaj

July 9th, 2016

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Minister concerned about poor SEA performance along East-West corridor

Minister concerned about poor SEA performance along East-West corridor

The Caroni and Victoria education districts had the best performance in this year’s SEA. Education Minister Anthony Garcia said students from both got the highest in the 90% bracket. 14.4% of students in the Caroni district obtained over 90% while 17.8% from Victoria ...

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July 8th, 2016

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Education Minister to receive GATE report on Tuesday

Education Minister to receive GATE report on Tuesday

The GATE report will be submitted to the Education Ministry on Tuesday. Earlier this year a committee was setup to review the programme to determine if there was wastage. Speaking at a media conference today, Education Minister Anthony Garcia says that report will be ...

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July 8th, 2016

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Security company directors charged with 13 offences including child trafficking

Security company directors charged with 13 offences including child trafficking

Two directors of a Cunupia Based security company have appeared in court charged with 13 offences, including child trafficking. Keston Pollard and Eddyson Gonzales were arrested on July 5th by officers of the Inter Agency Task Force and Counter Trafficking Unit. Pollard, of ...

Amrit Maharaj

July 8th, 2016

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Mourners pay tribute to Patrick Manning

Mourners pay tribute to Patrick Manning

Scores of mourners gathered at the National Academy for the Performing Arts this morning to pay their final respects to former Prime Minister Patrick Manning. His body is currently lying in state at the building until this evening, when he will be transported to Balisier ...

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July 8th, 2016

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Policeman in serious condition after being shot by a murder suspect

Policeman in serious condition after being shot by a murder suspect

A police officer is in hospital suffering from a gunshot wound to the left arm after being fired upon by a murder suspect. 35 year old Darrin Francis of the Eastern Division Task Force is said to be in serious condition and at risk of losing his arm. PC Francis was among a ...

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July 8th, 2016

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Chaguanas Chamber: Authorities failing to deal with two major issues

Traffic and unplanned development are the two major issues in Central Trinidad. That’s according to President of the Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Richie Sookhai. He says those problems are being further exacerbated by the authorities’ failure to do the ...

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July 7th, 2016

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