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  1. Probe Prison PloyRead the original story

    47 min ago | Trinidad and Tobago News

    Probe Prison Ploy Former solicitor general writes PM, citing 'unethical business venture' by attorneys: VOTERS' LIST FAVOURS ROWLEY MEMBERS of the slate of PNM political leader candidate Penny Beckles-Robinson yesterday gave a deadline of 4pm tomorrow for full disclosure of the complete PNM voters list Party forms in opponents' hands People's ... (more)

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  2. Party forms in opponents' handsRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

    More controversy may be brewing in the People's National Movement's upcoming internal elections as 1,000 application forms have ended up in the hands of an activist of the New National Vision party to vote political leader Dr Keith Rowley out of office, according to the PNM's general secretary, Ashton Ford.

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  3. Public viewing of Robinson's body from April 29Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | Newsday

    Dignitaries, government officials and average citizens will get the opportunity to pay their final respects to former President and Prime Minister Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson at a public viewing at the International Waterfront Centre, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain, beginning April 29. A statement issued yesterday from the Information Division, ... (more)

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  4. Fuad: I fired director for being - rude'Read the original story

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has confirmed firing one of the directors of the board of the Eastern Regional Health Authority because he was "rude" and difficult to work with.

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  5. Vega de Oropouche residents beg for help as homes demolishedRead the original story

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Lisa Maraj and her 12-year-old son Henderson take refuge under their demolished home from a mid-morning shower, shortly after members of the army moved in on the squatter settlement at the Vega de Oropouche yesterday.

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  6. Priest: Sin causing decay in societyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Archbishop Joseph Harris kisses the foot of Keston Phillip after washing his feet during the Holy Thursday Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help RC Church, Harris Promenade, San Fernando.

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  7. Pereira: - Spiritual corruption' hurting T&TRead the original story

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    DESPITE being rich economically, citizens in Trinidad and Tobago are allowing pride, avarice, lust, envy, gluttony, anger and sloth to cripple the nation.

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  8. Ferreira not afraid of the boysRead the original story

    Friday | Trinadad Express

    LONE FEMALE trainer in Trinidad and Tobago Sharon Ferreira is not afraid to take on big boys-- John O'Brien, Glenn Mendez, Harold Chadee, and Harriram 'Pepsi' Gobin, all graded stakes-winning trainers --in Monday's 1,800-metre NLCB Easter Guineas at Santa Rosa Park, Arima.

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  9. Vesigny Vikings charm world champsRead the original story

    Thursday | Trinidad Guardian

    Led by the indomitable Betty Suite of the Vesigny Vikings, 90 young kids from Vesigny, Point Fortin and San Fernando sailed straight to the heart of Hawaiian 8th time Wind Surf Champion, Kevin Pritchard, Venezuelan Diony Guadagnino, Hope LeVin from Turks and Caicos and Brian Talma from Barbados.

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  10. Momentum holds Easter Guineas keyRead the original story

    Thursday | Trinidad Guardian

    The Triple Crown series will begin on Monday when the Arima Race Club stages one of the biggest cards in the two decades of centralisation at Santa Rosa Park, Arima.

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  11. St Ann's Church restored to gloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Trinidad Guardian

    The historic St Ann's Church of Scotland, on the borders of Belmont and uptown Port-of-Spain, is to unveil the results of its four year, $6 million restoration project this Sunday with a special re-dedication service attended by the head of the church, Right Reverend Lorna Hood who is flying in from Scotland.

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  12. More mothers, families mournRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Trinidad Guardian

    More mothers and families were grieving at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, on Monday, as they gathered at the facility to view the autopsies of their loved ones after the murder toll rose to 128 over the weekend, 12 more than the corresponding period last year.

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  13. Singh: WASA spent $1b on projectsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Trinadad Express

    Water availability for 24/7 has moved from 18 per cent in 2010 to 58.8 per cent at the present time, Minister of Water Resources and the Environment Ganga Singh said yesterday.

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  14. Pastor appointed to replace RamkhelawanRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Trinidad Guardian

    A new Independent Senator has been appointed to fill the vacancy left by the sudden resignation of Subhas Ramkhelawan in the Senate.

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  15. Dead pigeon shuts down courthouseRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Trinidad Guardian

    The stench of a decomposing pigeon in the ceiling of the Princes Town Magistrate Court forced the early closure of the court yesterday.

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  16. a Mother's PainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 14 | Trinadad Express

    When she was receiving text messages from her boyfriend Barry Karamath on Saturday night, in which he threatened to harm her two youngest children - ten-month-old Omari "Buba" Mayers and three-year-old Keanna "Keke" Mayers - Okilia Mayers could not believe the 33-year-old father was serious.

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  17. An eye for musicRead the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | Trinadad Express

    The 22-year-old visually impaired man, who plays violin and guitar on the pavement in San Fernando, wants to be treated with respect.

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  18. When the Ortoire River glowsRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 30 | Trinadad Express

    Since the publication of the Express article that revealed the bioluminescence of the Ortoire River in Mayaro, thousands of adventure seekers have visited to see for themselves.

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  19. New laws for old-age homesRead the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | Trinidad Guardian

    There is a lot of abuse of the elderly in old age homes, including administering insulin with sewing needles and leaving paralysed residents lying in urine for days.

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  20. Couple gunned down at fruit stall in ValenciaRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | Trinadad Express

    While Eastern Division police were on a crime scene in which a father killed his two children before killing himself in Matura yesterday morning, they received reports that a young couple had been gunned down in broad daylight at their fruit stall in Valencia.

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