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Hart: We experimented against Panama; Plus Warriors in stats: Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team coach Stephen Hart said his players
T&T edge Panama 2-1; Warriors’ first win in Panama City in 10 years: The “Soca Warriors” sent a signal to their CONCACAF rivals last night
Warriors can signal 2018 W/Cup ambitions against Panama tonight: Trinidad and Tobago captain Kenwyne Jones believes the “Soca Warriors” are capable

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Signs of the times, Kamla’s minority report and Jack lectures teachers: On Friday afternoon, John “Amigo” Matthews, 54, was walking along the Eastern
Battle of the barra: Trinis get rowdy over doubles price increase: It. Just. Got. Real. The 48-year-old Mahase Kanhai, who, curiously, claims to
Why always me? Jack Warner responds to FIFA ban and extradition request: Ex-FIFA vice-president and former Trinidad and Tobago MP Jack Warner responds to

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CAL set to axe London route, staff reductions imminent Caribbean Airlines is set to discontinue its route to London Gatwick, effective 10 January 2016, according to an internal memo issued today by CEO Michael DiLollo. The information was subsequently relayed to the
Budgeting Beyond Waste: The PNM’s financial challenge Today, when Finance Minister Colm Imbert unveils his budget, we will see whether the Dr Keith Rowley-led administration, too, is guilty of confusing the private sector with big business
Weathering the storm: Raffique gives his financial forecast for T&T Tomorrow’s Budget presentation by Finance Minister Colm Imbert is the most eagerly anticipated Appropriation Bill in many years. The main reason for heightened interest is the depressed state of
The view from pit: Daly muses on hypocritical response to State appointments Following the recent appointment of former Independent Senator Helen Drayton to chair a state enterprise Board, a strange concept emerged that persons not having blind affiliation to a political

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The Queen’s Royal College (QRC) football team were awarded
Eighteen year old Naparima College student Shane Sandy, who has eight CXC
Prisons FC left the University of Trinidad and Tobago’s