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Sliq Media Technologies Wins Caribbean Legislature Contract

Sliq Media Technologies announces that the Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago has selected its Harmony Suite to automatically record, transcribe and stream parliamentary proceedings, minimizing labor costs and workflow errors associated with legacy transcription processes.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Caribbean News Now!

Trinidad and Tobago PM calls for CARICOM meeting to discuss public health measures

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- The prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, has called for a special Caribbean Community meeting to determine a coordinated response to the two main public health threats facing the world at present, namely the Ebola and chikungunya outbreaks.

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International Business Times

A Study Shows that Your Child's Drawing Ability Indicates Later Intelligence

A 'Draw-a-Child' test was given to 4-year-old children, in which the parents told their young ones to draw a picture of a child.

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Trinadad Express

Time to honour - The Hammer'

Late pan icon Rudolph Charles should be honoured with Trinidad and Tobago's highest national award.

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Newkerala.com

Jamaica to host round one of Hockey World League

Jamaica will be hosting round one of the Hockey World League at the newly-laid multi-million dollar artificial turf at the Mona Hockey Field in St Andrew from Sep 30 to Oct 5. The tournament will feature Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Venezuela, Dominican Republic and host Jamaica.

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Trinadad Express

Choosing your new best friend

Is it their adorable eyes; cuddly fur coat or the way they wag their tails that convinces you to say to yourself, "Yes I will take you home."

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Trinidad Guardian

Man gunned down in Arima

Northern Division police are investigating the murder of an Arima man on Sunday.

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TeleGeography CommsUpdate

Four mobile licence hopefuls named

Cable & Wireless Communications , Columbus Communications , Star Mobile Caribbean and Telesur are the four hopefuls who submitted their documents by the 30 April deadline.

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Trinadad Express

Kamla's proposed seismic constitutional shifts

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Trinadad Express

Griffith: Ideal time to go after the - big fish'

NOW is the ideal time to go after the "big fish" in this country, National Security Minister Gary Griffith has said.

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Trinidad Guardian

CCC students embrace bpTT math incentive

Students of the Civilian Conservation Corps perform a skit to demonstrate their newfound confidence in tackling mathematics at their graduation exercise of the bpTT-sponsored Young Adult Mathematics Experience on Thursday.

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Trinadad Express

Mom fined for smoking in bar

It seemed unusual that a woman and man caught smoking cigarettes at a bar in Marabella, were brought to court yesterday in handcuffs for violating the no-smoking law.

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Trinadad Express

Banking on homework help

"Every child, regardless of their socio-economic environment should have a fair chance and opportunity to a substantial education," said, Sandra Ramnath Singh, Tunapuna Branch Manager at Scotiabank during the recent formal opening of the Scotiabank Bright Future Homework Centre at St Joseph Community Centre.

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Caribbean News Now!

Value chains a critical part of Caribbean regional agriculture

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- Value chains are fast becoming a critical part of the agricultural landscape, as countries seek to develop a competitive sector by linking farmers with end markets.

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Stabroek News

Access to Information and lessons from our sister Republic

In today's column, we discuss a recent experience in trying to obtain information under the Access to Information Act that the National Assembly passed the Act in September 2011 to provide citizens with reasonable access to information on government programmes and activities.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

Trinidad Guardian

Mom saves son from electrocution

Naila Stephen at her son Nyane Andrews' bedside at Southern Medical Clinic in San Fernando yesterday.

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Barbados Advocate

Musings: Degrees of democracy

Musings : Degrees of democracy 8/17/2014 By Jeff Cumberbatch 'Democracy is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder; and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequals alike...' - Plato, The Republic 'Democracy for this [T&T] government is MPs taking the votes of people and giving themselves as much power as possible.'

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Newsday

Teen activist Jeromy Rodriguez plans anti-bullying tv show

Anti-bullying activist Jeromy Rodriguez may soon add another title to his already impressive list of accolades - that of television presenter.

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Newsday

Conflict of Interest

A private company registered in the name of Franklin Ali, chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation , has raised concerns among directors of the board as to a possible conflict of interest.

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Trinidad and Tobago News

Bill Backlash

CONFLICT OF INTEREST A private company registered in the name of Franklin Ali, chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation , has raised concerns among directors of the board as to a possible conflict of interest.

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