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Valley accuses Manning of bias

DIEGO MARTIN Central MP Ken Valley, in a strongly-worded letter to his political leader Prime Minister Patrick Manning, has called on the PM to accept his endorsement by PNM’s screening committee and stop imposing his bias against his selection as the party’s candidate for the seat in the November 5 general election...

 

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Johnson to low-scoring PNM MPs: Poll results a call to shape up

MEMBERS of Parliament who scored poorly in the People’s National Movement-sanctioned Bill Johnson poll could end up with lower ratings if the poll were repeated a second time...

G-Unit gang member ‘buttered’ with bullets

Police are bracing for more killings within the G-Unit gang, following yet another murder of one of the gang’s members yesterday...

CoP: Party leaders must control camps

POLICE Commissioner Trevor Paul is calling on all politicians to be mindful of the language they use so as to not cause their supporters to behave negatively...

Hinds gives up fight for seat

FITZGERALD HINDS yesterday conceded his candidacy for the Laventille East/Morvant seat even though he had not received any official word from the screening committee of the People’s National Movement...

 

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Fitun demands: Stop RBTT sale

The Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) yesterday called on the Government, the T&T Stock Exchange and the Securities & Exchange Commission to stop the sale of RBTT Financial Holdings Limited (RBTT Bank) to the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)...

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Trinis wow audiences in England

Carnival Messiah opened to a sold-out audience on September 14 at Harewood House in Leeds, England...

St Louis’ hat-trick paces T&T to 6-0 win

TASHA ST LOUIS, registered a hat-trick as the T&T “Soca Princesses” crushed Grenada 6-0 in their second Caribbean Football Union First Round Group A qualifier at the Dr Ir Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname on Thursday night...

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World Cup spending probe finds irregularities

A forensic audit of World Cup spending by the Tourism Development Company (TDC) has found numerous irregularities...

Wine-in Dolphin tops Gourmet Evening

The aroma alone could have fed anyone as the Lion’s Club of Port-of-Spain hosted its annual Gourmet Evening last month at the Fitzblackman Drive compound...

Successful Germans ...defend Women’s World Cup

Germany became the first team to win successive women’s World Cups by beating Brazil 2-0 in Sunday’s final, relying on its trademark defense...

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