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3 hrs ago | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

Caribbean's Best Age Groupers Light Up Night One of Carifta Games

SAVANETA, Aruba, April 22. THE first night of action at the Carifta Games featured a handful of meet marks taking a tumble as the top age groupers of the Caribbean took to the water.

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10 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

CTU hosts NetMundial remote hub in Trinidad

Trinidad and Tobago citizens can take part in a global meeting on the future of Internet Governance being held in Brazil this week, without ever having to leave the country.

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14 hrs ago | Ghanamma.com

Republic Bank On Ghana Stock Exchange

Republic Bank Limited , headquartered in Trinidad & Tobago has, in line with the Security and Exchanges Commission Code on Takeovers and Mergers, announced on the floor of the Ghana Stock Exchange on Thursday 17th April, 2014 that it will make an offer to all shareholders of HFC Bank to increase Republic Bank's investment in the bank.

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18 hrs ago | Daily Mail

Airlines increase fares to Caribbean just WEEKS after Chancellor...

From mini-skirts to the Magna Carta, Harry Potter to Harry Styles, England's Hall of Fame revealed to celebrate St George's Day Don't forget to tip! New Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza to open the most expensive restaurant in the world - at 1,235 A HEAD A rare sight! Kate and William among 1% of visitors to see WATERFALLS on Uluru during Royal Tour in ... (more)

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22 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

Moody's maintains T&T's credit rating

Moody's Investors Service has reaffirmed Trinidad and Tobago's Baa1 sovereign credit rating based on relatively high income levels, driven by the country's large and diversified energy sector, Finance Minister Larry Howai said in a release yesterday.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Trinidad Guardian

Junior Achievement kept alive by bpTT

At right: A student from Junior Achievement company Lift'd Quotivations tries his sales pitch at the JA Trade Fair at Woodford Square, Port of Spain.

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Trinadad Express

Cocoa Fungus

A dangerous cocoa fungus, called Frosty Pod Rot could be threatening progress being made to revive Trinidad's once lucrative industry.

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Caribbean News Now!

Commentary: Tracing the origin of Trinidad's Carnival to Grenada

By Arley Gill How is it that Carnival, a festival that is so strongly influenced by the French, found its nursery on an island that was never colonized by the French? From the time I read Joachim Mark's fervent and bold assertion that Grenada gave Carnival to Trinidad, I could not help but agree with him.

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Trinadad Express

CARIFTA 2014 DAY 3 UPDATES - " Shot put silver for Williams

Kenejah Williams took Trinidad and Tobago's medal tally at the 2014 Carifta Games, here in Fort de France, Martinique, to 17, with a 16.55 metres throw in today's boys' under-20 shot put.

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Trinidad Guardian

Long delays from Mega Insurance

Each week, the Guardian Angel column highlights complaints sent in by you, the consumer, and provides solutions or directs you to the appropriate resource.

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Trinadad Express

Secrets of the graveyard

THERE is a gravesite on the grounds of the St Stephen's Anglican Church, Princes Town, the history of which has long befuddled priests and parishioners.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

Trinadad Express

Harris: T&T has lost sense of right from wrong

The people of Trinidad and Tobago have become so caught up in materialism and pleasure seeking above all else, they no longer know what is right from wrong, Archbishop of Port of Spain Fr Joseph Harris said yesterday.

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Trinidad and Tobago News

Probe Prison Ploy

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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Jamaica dominate sprints on windy night

Fort-de-France -, April 20 - Jamaican sprinters swept the marquee 100 metres finals at the 43rd CARIFTA Games, on a very windy night at the Stade Pierre Aliker.

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Newsday

Public viewing of Robinson's body from April 29

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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Sat Apr 19, 2014

Trinadad Express

Griffith: Stop the Leaks

The National Security Council never received any reports in relation to the Flying Squad from either the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service or the Police Complaints Authority, National Security Minister Gary Griffith stated yesterday.

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Trinadad Express

CARIFTA 2014 UPDATES - Early silver for T&T

Chelsea James and Portious Warren put Trinidad and Tobago on the medal table on the opening morning of the 2014 Carifta Games, in Fort-de-France, MartInique, today.

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Trinadad Express

Hundreds trek to Siparia for Good Friday tradition

Despite the rain which swept across Trinidad yesterday morning, hundreds came to Siparia for the Feast of La Divina Pastora, or Soparee Mai, an annual Good Friday celebration involving both Roman Catholics and Hindus.

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Trinadad Express

Pereira: - Spiritual corruption' hurting T&T

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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Trinadad Express

Illegal to disrupt public meetings'

Minister of National Security Gary Griffith yesterday reminded supporters of political parties that it was against the law to "disrupt, intimidate, incite violence or destablise public order" at political meetings.

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