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Sokah, parang and steel heats up wet weekend - Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad Events - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 2:47pm

Trinidad Guardian

Sokah, parang and steel heats up wet weekend
Trinidad Guardian
This weekend is no different and fingers are crossed that the weather is kinder, especially for the many outdoor events. This evening Newtown Playboyz holds It's A Sweet Parang Soca Lime at its Pan Theatre on Tragarete Road, from 6 pm. Live ...

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Beaver-trick for John O'Brien * - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad Events - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:03pm

Trinidad & Tobago Express

Beaver-trick for John O'Brien *
Trinidad & Tobago Express
JOHN O'BRIEN completely dominated the 36th round of the Arima Race Club's 2017 Season last week Saturday at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. The multiple champion trainer was only represented in five of the eight events and yet he saddled four straight winners ...

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Sobion cops EY award and bmobile prize for Caesar's Army * - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad Events - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:03pm

Sobion cops EY award and bmobile prize for Caesar's Army *
Trinidad & Tobago Express
The name Caesar's Army is synonymous with excitement and innovation in the entertainment and events circuit in T&T. Founder and CEO Jules Sobion has been revolutionising the industry with his out-of-the-box concepts and creative marketing ideas, and ...

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Squatters return right after eviction * - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:03pm

Trinidad & Tobago Express

Squatters return right after eviction *
Trinidad & Tobago Express
HDC building: A view of Clifton Towers in East Port of Spain where tenants were occupying units illegally yesterday. Mere hours yesterday, after a joint police and army exercise to remove illegal occupants of the Clifton Towers once again, they ...
Illegal tenants move back inTrinidad Guardian

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PM surprised by rejection of Anti-Gang bill * - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:03pm

Trinidad & Tobago Express

PM surprised by rejection of Anti-Gang bill *
Trinidad & Tobago Express
“What we saw (yesterday) morning, in the wee hours of the morning in the Parliament, was that (United National Congress) parliamentarians refused to use their vote to save lives and to protect communities in Trinidad and Tobago,” Prime Minister Dr ...
They wont act to save livesTrinidad Guardian

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Tips for curbing criminal activities * - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:03pm

Tips for curbing criminal activities *
Trinidad & Tobago Express
There are many issues that indicate both the People's National Movement (PNM) and the United National Congress (UNC) are unable to take Trinidad and Tobago forward. The traffic situation is bad and getting worse, the economy is in a freefall with no ...

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Williams bans extra duty for cops - Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad Events - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 11:48am

Williams bans extra duty for cops
Trinidad Guardian
A directive from acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams to stop all extra duty is not sitting well with his junior charges, who say the money the make from this is what they use to pay the majority of their bills. But while officers in several ...

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Green, Campbell give Scorpions first day edge over Trinidad - Jamaica Gleaner

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 10:00am

Jamaica Gleaner

Green, Campbell give Scorpions first day edge over Trinidad
Jamaica Gleaner
Incisive bowling form fast bowling all-rounder Derval Green and part-time off-spinner John Campbell allowed the Jamaica Scorpions to restrict Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to 243 in their first innings on the first day of their CWI/Digicel Four-day ...

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Accused child molester granted bail - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 4:34am

Trinidad & Tobago Express

Accused child molester granted bail
Trinidad & Tobago Express
A Laventille man was granted $80,000 bail on Monday on the charge that he indecently assaulted a 16-year-old girl. The offence is alleged to have taken place during Between May 1 and June 30. Samuel Franklin is also charged with sexual touching against ...

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Rowley says sorry to 'offended' women but.... - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 2:38am

Trinidad & Tobago Express

Rowley says sorry to 'offended' women but....
Trinidad & Tobago Express
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says he loves and respects women and never intended to demean them by his statement that “a golf course is like a woman, you have to groom her everyday otherwise it turns into a pasture.” He has apologised to those who ...

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SuperBlue will Be Honored in 2018, 38 Years Since Becoming A Part of the Soca Fraternity. - Power 102 FM

Trinidad Events - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:54am

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SuperBlue will Be Honored in 2018, 38 Years Since Becoming A Part of the Soca Fraternity.
Power 102 FM
Randy Glasgow Productions will honor Superblue on February 17th, 2018 with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the culture of Trinidad and Tobago. “The award will be presented at the Calypso and Comedy Cool Down concert we're hosting ...

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Granny killed crossing Diego Martin highway - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:52am

Trinidad & Tobago Express

Granny killed crossing Diego Martin highway
Trinidad & Tobago Express
A DIEGO Martin pensioner was knocked down by a vehicle and killed while attempting to cross the highway before daybreak today. Etta Reid, 66, of Powder Magazine, was attempting to cross the Diego Martin Highway when tragedy struck. At around 5.15 a.m ...

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House collapses during breakfast - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad Events - Fri, 08/12/2017 - 12:02am

Trinidad & Tobago Express

House collapses during breakfast
Trinidad & Tobago Express
A Claxton Bay family is appealing for help in rebuilding their home after the structure collapsed on Wednesday. Labourer Aftaz Sahadath, 53, of Forres Park Road said it would cost thousands of dollars to repair the damage. Sahadath he recalled the ...

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Sex-trafficking of Venezuelan women in Tobago - Trinidad News

Trinidad Events - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 9:09pm

Trinidad News

Sex-trafficking of Venezuelan women in Tobago
Trinidad News
They were trafficked to Trinidad and then they were brought across here to have sex with men all across Tobago,” said Wheeler. “There are things in Tobago that are attracting this type of activity. Once you have illegal guns, once you have a history of ...

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ONE: Model-turned-fighter Rome Trinidad looks to upset hometown ... - Inquirer.net

Trinidad News - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 8:22pm

Inquirer.net

ONE: Model-turned-fighter Rome Trinidad looks to upset hometown ...
Inquirer.net
BANGKOK — From the elegant world of modeling to the rugged style of mixed martial arts, Rome Trinidad has grown accustomed to questions about her sudden shift in career. And she only has one answer for that. “Women empowerment,” Trinidad proudly said ...

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Children frolic at Military Museum in Chaguaramas - Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad Events - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 7:48pm

Trinidad Guardian

Children frolic at Military Museum in Chaguaramas
Trinidad Guardian
The Chaguaramas Military Museum was the venue for the Children's Christmas party hosted by Museum president/curator Linda Kelshall, Museum chairman Brian Mitchell and event coordinator Sam Salloum. The 150-plus children from the communities of St James ...

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Climate change already affecting TT - Trinidad News

Trinidad Events - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 7:30pm

Trinidad News

Climate change already affecting TT
Trinidad News
Noel said, “The projected impact of climate change for the region and TT over the next few decades include a reduction in the frequency of precipitation events with a noticeable increase in the intensity.” Climate change action in TT, she said, is ...

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SLICK $5M HEIST: Bandits snatch FCB money at airport - Trinidad News

Trinidad News - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 7:01pm

Trinidad News

SLICK $5M HEIST: Bandits snatch FCB money at airport
Trinidad News
EVIDENCE: Police near a heavily tinted pick-up van which they believe was used in a daring $5 million hold-up by bandits at Piarco International Airport yesterday. PHOTO BY SUREASH CHOLAI. UPDATED STORY: A slick and brazen heist at the docking area of ...
$5 million robbery at Piarco AirportTrinidad & Tobago Express
Daring $5.5m heistTrinidad Guardian

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Cross dresser shot dead in St Clair: two men held - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Trinidad News - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 1:11pm

Trinidad & Tobago Express

Cross dresser shot dead in St Clair: two men held
Trinidad & Tobago Express
The killing spree continued on Tuesday night and yesterday, with the deaths of three more people. A 28-year-old man, who was known as a cross-dresser, was shot dead on Tuesday night in St Clair. The victim has been identified as Keon Patterson ...

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'We're absolutely heartbroken': Brampton father murdered in Trinidad and Tobago - Brampton Guardian

Trinidad News - Thu, 07/12/2017 - 8:37am

Brampton Guardian

'We're absolutely heartbroken': Brampton father murdered in Trinidad and Tobago
Brampton Guardian
Family members say the man was robbed, and shot twice in the head on the streets of Ste. Madeleine, adding he was carrying about $1,900. Police in Trinidad have yet to make an arrest in the case. Investigators told local media the victim was involved ...

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