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True Silk: What Dana’s passing means to T&T

If the assassination of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal is a wake-up call to you; then something’s wrong with you. If a little boy being raped and killed in a swimming pool at a birthday party wasn’t a wake-up call then, Dana’s assassination can’t wake you up to nothing. You’re in …

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Pro League postponement: Police vs Central is off tonight

This evening’s Pro League fixture between Central FC and Police FC has been postponed to a date to be determined due to protest outside Parliament in Port of Spain. Central and Police were due to meet from 6 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva in the first game of …

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Stop playing with those soldiers, Griffith!

It has been four weeks since the Defence Force football team along with all other sport and cultural teams within the local regiment have suspended all “involvement in national, regional and community type/level sporting activities.” No one has ever explained how the likes of Curtis “Boyo” Gonzales, Kevon Carter and …

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Filbert Street seeks Rapid Response to new police unit

Scene: TV studio in Port of Spain Presenter: “Welcome back to the DayBreak show and I’m delighted to introduce my next guest, Sergeant Snail of the newly formed Rapid Response Unit. Good morning Sgt Snail.” Sgt Snail: “Good morning, Fuzzy. Sorry I’m late. Traffic.” Presenter: “Haha; so you get stuck …

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Seventeen million reasons to worry? Or maybe not…

Pause for a second and picture the most uncaring, criminally-minded person you ever met or heard of in Trinidad and Tobago. Now picture that person with over $17 million at his disposal. It can put a damper on your tidings of joy, huh? Mr Live Wire has a few concerns …

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Seetahal catches Beetham bug

An eruption of fury from Beetham Gardens has again captivated and repulsed Trinidad and Tobago over the past week as the debate raged over lawlessness, police force, newspaper ethics and the nation’s attitude to its angry, poorer class. Thankfully, on this occasion no one threatened to shoot Beetham residents and …

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Gary the Gunslinger advises self into National Security post

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar told the nation today that she was advised to appoint former Defence Force Captain Gary Griffith as her fourth National Security Minister in three years. It might not have been the most impartial advice the Prime Minister ever received. Her advisor on national …

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