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London Olympics continues… And THA is trailing

Double bronze medallist Lalonde Gordon might still be sporting his medals and discussing London 2012 but he is probably some distance from the Olympic ideals these days. Tobago House of Assembly (THA) chief secretary Orville London paid tribute to the sister isle’s first Olympic medallist with gifts at a civic …

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Jack gets tough on criminal statistics

National Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday challenged Trinidad and Tobago’s criminal elements in a showdown at Abercromby Street, Port of Spain. Not the criminals who destroy lives though; just the ones who are bad for his own reputation. After a weekend with seven murders, Warner ignored the gunmen and police …

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AG’s suspicious FIU report

Attorney General Anand Ramlogan went to the Senate yesterday with an impressive volume of data on the going-ons at the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). There were 303 suspicious reports filed with the FIU in 2011 from which 65 are still being analysed, 54 were closed and seven were relayed to …

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Caledonia hungry for Marathon snack

Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA will hope for a timely resumption of eating habits this week as the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League club aims to follow Eid ul-Fitr with a football feast on Wednesday night. The “Eastern Stallions” host Honduran outfit, CD Marathón, from 8 pm at the Ato …

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Pro League fights back

With little money, fewer friends and no sporting venues, the 2012/13 Trinidad and Tobago Digicel Pro League is preparing for another kick-off. The season is scheduled to start on 7 September with what is likely to be a Super Friday double-header. There is no word on who is playing yet, …

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NFM torn by run of the mill thinking

NFM shareholders are allegedly demanding the removal of chairperson Jacqueline Burgess over her refusal to raise the price of flour. Shareholder Anthony Arundel was quoted in the Trinidad Express as criticizing the NFM board for not being “business-like” since it didn’t “seem very willing” to raise the price of flour …

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Another vital Ministry in the works

Scene: Office of National Security Minister Phone Rings: “Good Morning, Renraw, I mean Warner, speaking.” “Good Morning Minister, Collin here.” “Collin? Collin who?” “Collin Partap, Minister, your deputy.” “Ah yes, Mr Phonetap. What can I do for you?” “Well Minister, I’m still a little upset about our appearance on Morning …

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