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  1. Club Sando edge CivicRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

    TT Pro League team in waiting, Club Sando showed they were worthy of being elevated to highest echelon of local professional football when they twice came from behind to earn a 4-4 draw against Point Fortin Civic before going on to clinch a sudden death penalty kick win in their Trinidad and Tobago Football Association FA Trophy round of 16 fixture at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on Sunday. In a dramatic action-filled match, the newly crowned Super League champions-- announced in January as the newest addition to the Pro League roster of teams for next season-- had their work cut out for them when Jamille Boatswain shot past goalkeeper Alexei Julien from close range in the fifth minute.

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  2. Lock her up and throw food at herRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    The pale slinky Vivienne Westwood gown was just a little too Disney meets bridesmaid. But who tell Giuliana Rancic she could put her mouth on Zendaya Coleman by sneering that her long dreadlocks on the Oscar red carpet made her look as though she smelt of patchouli oil-and weed? Zendaya, who had last walked the red wearing a pixie wig and striped drapery at the Grammys, let her thick waist-long locks flow for Oscar night.

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  3. Guardia Nacional finds missing Trinis off Venezuela coastRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    T&T Coast Guard Communications Officer, Lt Cmdr Kirk Jean-Baptiste, said the missing group of about ten people were spotted by Guardia Nacional off Los Mensajes, north of the Venezuelan mainland. The matter is being dealt with by Foreign Affairs ministry and the Venezuelan embassy.

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  4. Bhatt plays coy on love lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Alia recently attended the seventh Mirchi Awards where she had a friendly chat with media about her recent movie Shaandar, her colleagues and even answered questions about the current cricket world cup, but that is where the friendliness stopped. She was peeved when someone brought up her relationship with Siddharth Malhotra.

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  5. Author/Filmmaker Wayne Gerard Trotman Supports ConservationRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | PR Log

    Following the release of his second epic novel, Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest, Wayne Gerard Trotman urges his friends, fans and others, in Trinidad and Tobago and abroad, to play a more active role in wildlife conservation. PRLog - March 2, 2015 - With the paperback edition of his novel, Kaya Abaniah and the Forest, released 1st March 2015, Wayne Gerard Trotman is on a personal mission to educate and raise awareness for wildlife and heritage conservation.

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  6. Don't look past SubcontinentRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Subcontinent shouldn't be extended, never mind beaten, in the Maiden Stakes over an extended nine furlongs of Wolverhampton Tapeta today, last race on a seven-race programme which contains a couple of decent betting propositions. Opposing Charlie Appleby-trained, Godolphin-owned superbreds doesn't make sense unless we come across a real "special" or can utilise the each-way angle at inflated odds; certainly thrice-raced Subcontinent is clear "best-in" and shrewd place bettors will be keen to exploit Madam Midnight, the only conceivable time-handicap rival.

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  7. Arts-in-Action makes Mas with the Environment 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    While adult masqueraders spent the 2015 Carnival singing and dancing to the music of Machel Montano's Like Ah Boss, scores of primary school aged pupils were making and playing mas to Papa GD's I Can't Believe My Eyes. So who is Papa GD? He is Papa Green Definition; a 21st-century re-imagining of the Papa Bois folklore character, who in his capacity as "protector of the environment" was sent to ten primary schools across the East West corridor by Arts-in-Action, as part of a Carnival arts environmental awareness project titled Mas Movement for the Environment.

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  8. 11 DISAPPEARRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Trinidad and Tobago News

    South friends go missing on trip: Hunt on for pirogue Businessman goes missing ...Family, friends in Facebook appeal for help Woman in alleged AG office e-mail with Dana- Check Office's computer server SIS SQUATTING Commissioner of State Lands confirms... Expensive 'happiness' at NGC Part 2 of an investigation into the operations of National Gas Company Executive authority for local govt Rowley: If PNM wins Fixin' T&T 'not part of political group' FIXIN' T&T has distanced itself from an article published in the Sunday Guardian which said the organisation was a part of a "core group" that had been formed to sway undecided voters Al-Rawi salutes 'fallen brethren' ...Govt members removed from Senate Elections in the air GENERAL Elections are in the air as three of the country's main political parties - the United National Congress , People's National Movement and Congress of the People all ... (more)

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  9. Elections in the airRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Newsday

    GENERAL Elections are in the air as three of the country's main political parties - the United National Congress , People's National Movement and Congress of the People all hold mass political meetings this week. The UNC will be at the Brazil Secondary School tonight at 7 pm for the return of its Monday night forum.

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  10. South friends go missing on trip: Hunt on for pirogueRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Farida Mohammed cries for her missing daughter Christina Maharaj, inset, who went missing at sea with a group of her friends after leaving Bayshore, Marabella, on a 75-foot pirogue bound for Tobago, at the family's home yesterday. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA The T&T Coast Guard and Air Guard were yesterday engaged in a search for a southern-based pirogue with a group of about eight aboard-including two women-which went missing since last Friday while en route from Trinidad to Tobago.

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  11. Economists urge caution on oil pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Although it is difficult to predict the prices of oil and gas, senior economist Dr Ronald Ramkissoon is recommending that T&T be conservative in its outlook for energy prices. "It is very difficult to accurately predict oil prices in this environment because of the fundamental types of changes that are taking place globally.

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  12. Assuria acquires second T&T insurance companyRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Assuria NV has acquired a second insurance company in Trinidad and Tobago. In a notice to shareholders, the company announced its 77 per cent shareholding in Mega Insurance Company with an acquisition of 15,791,682 of the company's issued shares.

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  13. South, V'zuela a longtime linkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Trinadad Express

    The governments of Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago have agreed to expand their strategic and co-operative partnership in several areas. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who flew to Trinidad last Tuesday with a 95-member delegation, said both nations will set in motion co-operation agreements in energy, trade, tourism, security, education and culture.

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  14. Al Rawi: Wade Mark should resignRead the original story

    Saturday | Trinadad Express

    Even though he commended Mark for his work in Parliament, Al Rawi said: "It gives me no pleasure to say that, I quite like Mr Mark, I support and applaud the work that he has done in the Parliament but unfortunately the position we have taken is based upon the events that transpired in Parliament." "He has been in this game for a very long time and I think that the reflections in Parliament certainly have anchored into the society's mind and I think that it really is a reflection of the need for change.

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  15. House saved by fire officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Trinidad Guardian

    Fire officers leave the scene of Thursday's fire which destroyed a section of a house in El Dorado. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA Fire officers were able to control a blaze at a house on Wilkinson Street, El Dorado, on Thursday, and save it from being destroyed.

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  16. Victim beaten, strangledRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Trinidad Guardian

    CrimeWatch host Ian Alleyne this week continued to investigate the death of Frank "Yellows" Daniel, who went missing for some time before his body was discovered by police on February 15, 2015. Police reportedly closed the case after autopsies were done and it was concluded there was no foul play in Daniel's death.

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  17. "Jack and Gary and Nicole and Dooks and..."Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Trinidad Guardian

    ILP's Jack Warner had significant support in Parliament yesterday. Not just outside the Waterfront Plaza with the small group from the PNM-controlled San Juan regional corporation who toted a prettily-clad female mannequin-labelled "Rats"-and violently yelled abuse at PP MPs entering the building.

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  18. Five cops transferred from GrandeRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Trinadad Express

    The incident occurred late Wednesday evening at the Sangre Grande Police Station and involved officers from the CID and Task Force, sources said. The Express was reliably informed that the victim - Andrew Lewis from Boystown, Sangre Grande - was taken to the police station as a suspect in a house-breaking and larceny matter.

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  19. 3 Brasso victims buriedRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Trinadad Express

    THE bodies of the three Brasso Seco murder victims were finally laid to rest yesterday amid a warning from an Arima parish priest that parents needed to remain vigilant with regards to their children to ensure that "they stay away from the corruption of bad company". The victims were Irma Rampersad, 49; one-year-old Shania Amoroso and Rampersad's close male friend, Felix Martinez, 52. Martinez's coffin was to the front, while a small coffin held the body of Shania.

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  20. Republic Bank donates $5.3m to help sick children in CaribbeanRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Trinadad Express

    Republic Bank has donated CDN$1 million to the Canadian Hospital for Sick Children to assist in the provision of treatment to children across the Caribbean. This was announced yesterday during the launch of the SickKids Caribbean Initiative at the Radisson Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain.

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