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UNC: Well done, fellas!

The UNC has extended congratulations to the Soca Warriors for a marvelous and stunning display of talent, Senator Wade Mark said in a telephone interview yesterday...

No T&T troops for Haiti—PM

Now that poverty-stricken Haiti has been officially welcomed back into the fold of the 15-member Caribbean Community, Prime Minister Patrick Manning says there is no reason to dispatch T&T troops to Haiti to assist in security arrangements there...

Govt considers future of St Ann’s

Mental healthpatients in Port-of-Spain will soon be the first in T&T to begin receiving treatment in hospitals located in the communities where they live...

Other News

Soca Caravan booth draws Swedish fans

Soca icons Lord Superior and Skatie drew throngs of Swedish fans to the Soca Caravan booth in Dortmund’s City Centre, Germany, shortly after the booth’s opening at noon on Friday...

Midnight welcome for Warriors

That’s what yesterday was supposed to be. I guess most people expected us to be recovering from a whipping from Sweden. But it was not to be...

No regrets for donating Cry house—Jenny

Owner of the popular Jenny’s on the Boulevard does not regret donating a house to the Care and Responsibility for Youth Foundation (Cry), but plans to be much more discerning when donating to charity in the future...

Death after football match

Three people, among them a senior police officer assigned to the Special Anti-Crime Unit (Sautt), died in Point Fortin, San Fernando and Arima...

 

 

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