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Now ex-Barbados Chief Justice investigates Warner

Former Barbados Chief Justice and Attorney General Sir David Simmons QC, who is chairman of Trinidad and Tobago’s 1990 Coup Enquiry, will hone in on the past practices of National Security Minister Jack Warner as CONCACAF continues to dig through its closet. Simmons, who is trying to compel Jamaat al …

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Action man wows Beverly Hills

Laventille was left in awe of the “Action Man” this weekend as, within hours of promising a National Security branch in Beverly Hills, excavators were already clearing the land. “I must say that it is very good and he showing that for a minister, he care about the people and …

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Toothless Sharks battered by Army

As a lifelong football supporter, I tend to believe in omens. For example, my son and I soon felt that if we saw a wedding car on the way to Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham would win. If we saw two, Gillingham would win by two clear goals. Bizarrely, we felt this …

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Caledonia shut down dim T&TEC

Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA recorded its first win of the season on Friday night as the “Eastern Stallions” eased past a dim T&TEC outfit 2-0 in a First Citizens Cup quarterfinal fixture at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. As a further indicator of T&TEC’s eye-watering slide since …

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Volney gets 10-day lesson

Clevon Raphael (in a Trinidad Guardian interview): (…) Do you think the PP administration could survive Section 34? Herbert Volney: Of course… It is a ten-day wonder, if as long. That’s the thing about 10-days; there is no guarantee of employment in the immediate aftermath. Mr Live Wire wishes the …

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Modeste Rangers stun Stars in Cup opener

A spirited team performance and generous slice of good fortune paved the way for the first upset of the First Citizens Cup tonight as the modestly assembled St Ann’s Rangers stunned North East Stars 2-1 in a quarterfinal meeting at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. Long-serving Rangers utility …

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Now Jack lectures the Anglican church

National Security Minister Jack Warner took his holier-than-thou routine to new heights yesterday after criticizing Anglican Reverend Dean Collin Sampson for supposedly lowering the bar in religious values by criticising the People’s Partnership government. Dean Sampson suggested, during Monday’s opening of the Law Term, that the nation was outraged by …

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D/Martin grateful for small mercies

The People’s Partnership yesterday distributed cheques ranging in value from $7,000 to $30,000 to over 100 Diego Martin families affected by last month’s flood. The pay-out totaled $1.8 million or roughly $200,000 less than the State paid Machel Montano to sing “Advantage” last year. “I know there is no way …

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Meet Central FC

New Trinidad and Tobago Digicel Pro League team, Central FC, will start its season on 21 September 2012 with a First Citizens Cup clash with Defence Force from 8 pm in the second game of a double header at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella. Central FC, or “The Sharks”, …

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Connection eliminated from Champions League

A late header from veteran Xelajú defender Fredy Santiago ended DirecTV W Connection’s CONCACAF Champions League aspirations last night as the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League’s defending champions lost 3-2 at the Estadio Mario Camposeco in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Twice, Connection fought back from a goal down to hold the Guatemalan outfit …

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Chants of a madman

People woke up a few days ago to Jack Warner making some incredible comments. The social media pages were abuzz and if our country was any bigger we could have crashed servers with the video clip of the Minister of national Security featuring in yet another interview while managing to …

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