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  1. Empowering women of faithRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    On Friday coming there will be a concert at the St Finbar's Auditorium, Westmoorings, to raise funds for an upcoming Catholic women's conference. The concert itself looks quite entertaining; headline acts advertised in the flyer include Denyse Plummer, Marcia Miranda, Felix Roach and the T&T Guardian's own Marvin Smith, among others.

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  2. Cheerleading finds new home at ComplexRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    The growth in numbers of competing schools and spectators of cheerleading in T&T has led to a venue change for major school competitions from The University of the West Indies, Sport & Physical Education Centre SPEC, St Augustine, to the Jean Pierre Complex, POS. Technical director of the T&T Cheer Federation , Reuben Ali, highlighted an increase from six teams in school competition two years ago to 14 teams last year with over 1,000 spectators.

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  3. Caledonia takes $1.5m prizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Caledonia forward Kyeon Joseph dribbles down the court during his team's match-up with Maloney in game two of the Ministry of National Security Hoop of Life Community Basketball League championships game at Maloney on Saturday night. Joseph scored 28 points, during his team's 63-61 victory.

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  4. 2 shot deadRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newsday

    The discovery of a headless body and two shooting deaths this weekend have pushed the year's murders to 302. The crimes were reported in Arima, Carapo and Malick.

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  5. Raffique Shah: Polling the PollsterRead the original story

    Sunday | Trinidad and Tobago News

    I won't challenge the results and projections of the Solutions by Simulation poll published in the Express last week. Nigel Henry's company has established itself as being uncannily accurate in projecting the results of four elections in Trinidad and Tobago last year, the most startling being the 12-0 victory to the People's National Movement in the Tobago House of Assembly election.

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  6. Polling the pollsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Trinadad Express

    I won't challenge the results and projections of the Solutions by Simulation poll published in the Express last week. Nigel Henry's company has established itself as being uncannily accurate in projecting the results of four elections in Trinidad and Tobago last year, the most startling being the 12-0 victory to the People's National Movement in the Tobago House of Assembly election.

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  7. Naps' enter Tigers lairRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Trinadad Express

    CURRENT Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division leaders St Anthony's College will look to fortify their advantage at the top pf the standings when they host Naparima College today. Despite having a game in hand after their last round game was cancelled, because of an unfit field, the 'Tigers' are om 18 points, four clear of the second-placed team.

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  8. Ramleela festival beginsRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Trinadad Express

    THE National Ramleela Council of Trinidad and Tobago kicked off its Ramleela celebrations with one of its groups, the Palmiste and Environs Drama and Visual Arts Society Palmiste Ramleela putting on a play last night at the Palmiste National Park, near San Fernando. Pandavas has been celebrating the festival for 14 years.

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  9. Chess Foundation forges aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Trinidad Guardian

    Players from across the region contest the Caribbean Chess Carnival organised by the TT Chess Foundation at the Queen's Park Oval. When he quit after eight contentious years as president of the T&T Chess Association, Eddison Raphael knew he would have to pursue his vision for the sport elsewhere.

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  10. Works Minister dismisses HRM routeRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Newsday

    Works and Infrastructure Minister Dr Suruj Rambachan yesterday stressed that the San Fernando to Point Fortin Highway, inclusive of the contentious Debe to Mon Desir segment, will proceed as planned and not deviate from the approved route. Rambachan, responding to an alternative route for the Debe to Mon Desir section proposed by the Highway Reroute Movement on Wednesday, said the highway's route was based on feasability and engineering studies conducted prior to the start of construction.

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  11. Calypso's Black Stalin Recovering From StrokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | ContactMusic.com

    Veteran Calypso star Leroy Calliste is recovering in hospital in his native Trinidad and Tobago after suffering a mild stroke following a gig on Sunday . The musician, aka Black Stalin, was admitted to the San Fernando General Hospital for treatment, where he is listed in stable condition.

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  12. Three men shot as - rival gangs' square off in SandoRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Trinadad Express

    HELICOPTERS circled San Fernando for over an hour yesterday morning as rival gangs squared off and three men were shot in the street. The victims-a 40-year-old Santo Domingo man; a 34-year-old man of Las Lomas, Cunupia; and a 28-year-old man of Indian Walk, Moruga-are in hospital under police guard as investigations continue into the incident.

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  13. Trinidad And Tobago Marks Celebrates 38th Republic DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Ghanamma.com

    Accra, 24th September 2014 - The High Commissioner of Trinidad and Tobago, H.E. Mr. Nyahuma Mentuhotep Obika, based in Lagos and Mr. Hilton John Mitchell, the Honorary Consul of Trinidad and Tobago in Accra today hosted a cocktail reception for a cross section of Ghanaians and Trinidad and Tobago nationals resident in Ghana to mark the 38th Republic Day anniversary of the country. In attendance were Mr. Derwin Howell, Executive Director of Republic Bank Limited, Trinidad and Tobago that supported the event, Ghana government officials, members of the diplomatic community in Accra and representatives of private sector organisations and Trinidad and Tobago residents in the country.

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  14. Laventille takes lead in third place play-offsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Trinidad Guardian

    Caledonia coach Brian "Langly" John, left, a former national player, greets Steven "Lighter" Lewis, who announced his retirement from basketball at national and club level. Despite their prolific forward Steven "Lighter" Lewis watching from the bench after announcing his retirement from all aspects of the sport on Monday, his former team-mates guided Laventille to a 70-66 win over Marabella United in Game-1 of the third place play-off in the Ministry of National Security Hoop of Life Community Basketball League.

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  15. Toco, environs left out of budgetRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Trinadad Express

    Please permit me a space to air my views towards the recent budget presentation in Parliament. We the people of Toco are again left wanting in every aspect of the budget delivery.

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  16. Worrying drop in water levelsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Trinadad Express

    Walking up the streams of our mountain ranges is always that part of a rain forest trek that you enjoy most. The lively bubbling flow of the water over rocks and into pools, the verdant greenery that is nurtured alongside and the wildlife that comes around to partake of this life-giving force are scenes that you treasure forever.

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  17. Feel to party soon, Black ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Trinadad Express

    Understandably, the news of Black Stalin's hospitalisation has sent a tremor through the worldwide fan base of this Caribbean Man. That this bundle of energy could be stalled by a health crisis came as a complete surprise.

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  18. 3 men shot after Popcaan concertRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Newsday

    A NATIONAL of the Dominican Republic is among three men now hospitalised with gunshot wounds following a shootout yesterday between two rival groups of men along Mt Moriah Road in San Fernando shortly after a concert featuring Jamaican reggae artiste Popcaan. Police believe two other men were also shot but up to news time they could not be located.

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  19. Trinity soars to second in SSFLRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Trinidad Guardian

    A second half surge and a flurry of own goals moved Trinity College, Trincity, all the way into second place in the BGTT Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division standings, when the East Zone school trounced rock-bottom East Mucurapo, 4-1, yesterday. Trincity will hold second place, at least temporarily, due to the postponement of two matches involving teams previously ranked higher.

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  20. Winston Cooper deserving of Order of the Republic T&TRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Trinidad Guardian

    It would indeed be greatly remiss of me, on behalf of the very first class of Northeastern College, Sangre Grande, who wrote the GCE Examinations in 1965, not to continue to "gild the lily" that Winston Cooper was during the time we shared there and even after we all graduated and moved on in our chosen professions. Many have been the accolades showered upon him at his passing and it is our consensus that he deserved every glowing tribute and even more.

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