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Leela Ramdeen
Sat Maharaj

Patriotic fans celebrate

The honking of horns and the chant, “Ole, ole, ole, ole, ole!” alerted the country to the victory of the T&T Warriors over Bahrain in the decisive World Cup qualifying match in Manama yesterday...

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Bedlam in Bahrain

Bahrain’s supporters became increasingly hostile in the wake of their senior national team’s 1-0 loss to T&T in the second-leg of the 2006 World Cup play-off at the Rafa Stadium, Manama, Bahrain, setting off riotous scenes throughout the venue...

Gas leak sends students to hospital

More than 25 children from St Martin’s School in Belmont were taken to Port-of-Spain General Hospital yesterday morning, when they fell ill after inhaling what is believed to be fumes from a gas leak at the school...

Govt welcomes Warriors

A proper welcome awaits T&T’s victorious Warriors when they return home from Bahrain today, Prime Minister Patrick Manning has said, adding that the Cabinet meeting will consider how to reward the team...

Crime talks encouraging says Manning

Crime talks between the Government and Opposition have been “encouraging” and Government will report on the outcome tomorrow in Parliament, Prime Minister Patrick Manning said yesterday...

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BWIA returns to Costa Rica

Minister of Industry and Commerce Ken Valley, said yesterday that national airline BWIA will have to start flying to Costa Rica again...

Fayola now fearless and fabulous

When she entered the Miss T&T New York Pageant six months ago, she was shy, self-conscious and uncertain about life...

Famous win takes T&T to Germany

T&T’s Warriors are through to the FIFA World Cup finals for the first time in their history after a Dennis Lawrence header earned Leo Beenhakker's men a famous 1-0 victory in Bahrain...

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TTSE finds new home

As T&T Stock Exchange (TTSE) general manager Hugh Edwards peered through the windows of his new office at the Nicholas Towers, on October 31, his tenth floor view afforded him a look at the changing face of Port-of-Spain’s port and the bustle of workers throughout the city...

Strings, Movement and Rhythm thrills crowd

Strings, Movement and Rhythm was indeed a fitting name for the Court Street Chamber Orchestra’s Yuletide Concert, staged on November 11 at San Fernando City Hall Auditorium..

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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