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2 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

Police quiz Morvant mother over - shovel' video

Police are questioning a Morvant mother in connection with an online video of a woman beating a young child about the body with a metal shovel, which went viral on several social media sites last week.

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6 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

Fly Out, Cal

Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London has requested that Finance Minister Larry Howai look into delinking of the Trinidad to Tobago airbridge from Caribbean Airlines .

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Trinadad Express

Homeless man shot and wounded

A homeless man has been shot and wounded by a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force following an altercation in Arouca on Sunday afternoon.

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Nerve News

CPL Ticket sales money stolen from office

Port-Of-Spain , July 22 Close to $200,000 from ticket sales of upcoming matches in the Caribbean Premier League have been stolen, Police in Trinidad and Tobago have said.

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Trinadad Express

Two countries I love

Make no mistake about it, the two countries I love most are Canada, my adopted homeland which has done a lot to expand my horizons and improve my quality of life, and Trinidad and Tobago, the country of my birth.

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Trinadad Express

The lady in the attic

Part IV: Conclusion THERE was once a wooden staircase in the corner of a room that led to the attic of that crumbling great house at Johnson Hill, Camparo Village, Manzanilla.

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Trinadad Express

Eye Survey will help in fighting diseases'

Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said the National Eye Survey of Trinidad and Tobago will collect valuable data from about 10,000 participants to assist citzens battling eye diseases, including glaucoma, diabetes and cataracts.

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Newsday

CCJ judge tries to sell VIP Carnival tickets

A STAFF member of the Caribbean Court of Justice was disciplined for refusing to sell complimentary VIP tickets on the instructions of a judge who was given them by the National Carnival Commission to enable him and his wife to view shows at the Queen's Park Savannah.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Caribbean News Now!

Turkey a reliable partner of CARICOM, says foreign minister

Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here .

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Trinadad Express

The delusion crash

Is like I is a seer-man. Last week I tackled the subject of the de facto use of martial law and tried to suggest a solution.

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Newsday

No findings on political funding

THE CONDUCT of some former PNM politicians - including former Prime Minister Patrick Manning - during their tenures in office is criticised by Sir Anthony Colman in his Report on the 2008 collapse of the Hindu Credit Union , tabled in Parliament on Friday.

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Newsday

Give Central Bank power to police credit unions

SIR ANTHONY Colman, in his report on the collapse of the Hindu Credit Union tabled in Parliament on Friday, calls for more powers to be given to the Central Bank to enable it to regulate credit unions and take law enforcement action independent of the Police Service.

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Trinadad Express

PNM upset by - Express' editorials

GENERAL SECRETARY of the People's National Movement Ashton Ford has written chairman of One Caribbean Media Ltd Sir Fred Gollop, alleging an "orchestrated campaign" by the Express newspapers to bring down the party and its leader Dr Keith Rowley before the next general election in 2015.

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Trinadad Express

Police nab 7 drunk drivers

The exercise was supervised by Senior Superintend Cecil Santana and included Superintendent Zamsheed Mohammed, ASP Yusuf Gaffar, Inspector Don Gajadhar, The exercise was carried out in Moruga, Princes Town, Ste Madeleine, Cocoyea, Pleasantville, Mon Repos, Marabella, Gasparillo, Claxton Bay, San Fernando, La Romaine and environs.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Trinadad Express

Link growth poles to areas with unemployment

Economist Dr Roger Hosein believes Government's growth poles should be linked to areas in Trinidad and Tobago where there is unemployment.

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Free Republic

Edinburgh Military Tattoo heading for Dundee’s City Square

The stirring sounds and colourful spectacle of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo will come to Dundee for the first time next month.

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Trinadad Express

6 plants closed in Point Lisas

A valve failure on one of BG Trinidad and Tobago's platforms has resulted in the shutdown of six plants on the Point Lisas Industrial Estate.

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Trinadad Express

Govt: Absent Immigration staff may lose salaries

And it has issued letters reminding employees of their legal obligation to continue to work normally, in order to satisfy their obligation to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and justify being paid a salary.

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Newsday

Rains, floods, landslip

WET WALK: Two women shelter under an umbrella as they walked through a downpour in San Fernando as a passing tropical wave led to sustained, heavy rai... AFTER months of a protracted dry-spell, stretching into the Rainy Season, which led to water rationing by WASA, a passing tropical wave led to heavy, thundery showers throughout the country ... (more)

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Global Voices Online

Improper Land Allocation Harms Trinidad & Tobago's Public Interest

See all those languages up there? We translate Global Voices stories to make the world's citizen media available to everyone.

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