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Super Kamla gives car-care tips

Trinidad and Tobago’s electorate dumped a Project Manager two years ago. Now, it arguably has a Pseudo Mechanic. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar added salt to the wounds of motorists, reeling over a 44 percent increase in premium gas prices, by suggesting that they use super instead. “I am (…) advised …

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PM offers premium press briefing

Scene: Prime Minister’s Post-Budget press conference First Journalist: “Prime Minister, it’s been said that the zero VAT rating announcement was just an attempt to distract the public away from the Section 34 scandal. Can you comment on that please?” PM: “That is just PNM propaganda. We’ve dealt with the issue …

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Doubles vigilante surrenders to police

Shane Gopeesingh, the son of Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh, turned himself in for questioning at the Central Police Station last night accompanied by his attorney. The super-sized pony tailed zorro allegedly planassed 56-year-old Gregory Wight, two weeks ago, following a verbal exchange after the latter man asked Gopeesingh to …

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Caledonia maestros eliminate Connection

Is Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA really the Caribbean’s best football club? Caledonia assistant coach Jerry Moe could not quite muster a straight answer. “I can be biased and say yes,” Moe told Wired868.com, “but some of these games come down to what happens on the night and who executes. …

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Get Wired868… for your own good!

When you don’t subscribe to WIRED868.COM, you don’t know what is really happening around you. When you don’t know what is happening around you, you make bad career decisions. When you make bad career decisions you take a job as technical director at the Trinidad & Tobago Football Federation. When …

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Another PP COP-out after controversial TV broadcast

The on again-off again former US power couple of R&B singers Chris Brown and Rihanna cannot hold a candle to the dysfunctional, cringe-worthy nature of the union between the UNC-led People’s Partnership coalition and the Congress of the People (COP). COP chairman Joseph Toney yesterday insisted that the party did …

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MATT: Journalists under attack by politicians and bloggers

The Media Association of Trinidad & Tobago condemns the ongoing smear campaigns  currently targeting investigative journalists. These journalists, who have been conducting legitimate investigations, now find themselves the target of anonymous e-mails being circulated on the Internet by various groups, as well as public attacks on television by senior politicians. …

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Gopeesingh’s son outwits police… without trying

Eight days after the 56-year-old Gregory Wight was violently assaulted by the cutlass-wielding son of Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh, there was finally a development. A Woodbrook police source told the Trinidad Express that the lawmen drove to the home of the ponytailed zorro yesterday. Surprisingly, he wasn’t there and …

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Political surprise on a yellow brick road

Scene: Yellow Brick Road. Four friends and their little pothound are skipping along when suddenly: BANG! A huge cloud of red smoke appears on the road and inside the cloud is a giant face. Kamla: “Oh my God. It’s the wicked witch of Diego Martin West, Keith Rowley.” Rowley: “Yes, my …

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Integrity Commission asked for Warner update

Mr. Kenneth Gordon Chairman The Integrity Commission of Trinidad & Tobago 3rd & 4th Floors, UTC Financial Centre 82 Independence Square Port of Spain   Dear Mr. Gordon, We write to enquire on the status of requests we made of the Integrity Commission via letters dated April 2, 2012 and July 26, …

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Gopeesingh wrongs Wight; police not serious

Education Minister Tim Gopeesingh, who is famed for his condescending lectures to teachers, union representatives and parents, was presumably left red-faced after a video showed his cutlass-wielding son, Shane Gopeesingh, apparently assaulting the 56-year-old Gregory Wight outside Brooklyn Bar. At least “humble pie” is a safer treat than doubles these days. …

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