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Will silence make Candice safer?

Good Day Mr. Liburd, I am a friend of Candice Worrell and was therefore very concerned when I came across your recent article captioned “Welcome Back, Candice!” this morning. The news is fantastic but consideration should be given to the fact that the perpetrator of this crime has not been …

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Rudder pummels Chaka for Newsday accolade

US soul singer and 10-time grammy award winner, Chaka Khan, gifted calypsonian and former Calypso Monarch and Road March champion, David Rudder, and reigning Road March, Soca Monarch and Groovy Soca victor, Machel Montano, performed for locals at the Queen’s Park Savannah on Saturday night. We know what you’re thinking. …

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Gov’t ready to storm Ariapita Avenue

So you think Ariapita Avenue looks busy now? Locals and tourists may be swarming the snazzy Woodbrook street in the thousands if Tourism Minister Rupert Griffith comes good on his plan to refurbish the area with everything from trees and signage to food courts. A revamped Ariapita Avenue is part …

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Wired868 has a four-letter word for the Sport Minister

Sport Minister Anil Roberts is never short of an opinion that he doesn’t want to scream into a reporter’s tape recorder. Wired868 cannot confirm that, as a schoolboy, his impossibly loud and unfettered voice routinely reduced librarians to tears. But Roberts gets quite quiet when “Jack” is mentioned and mumbles …

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TT U-17 women end with Bahamian stalemate

The Trinidad and Tobago national under-17 women’s football team ended its CONCACAF campaign this evening with a goalless draw against the Bahamas in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Trinidad and Tobago finished ahead of the Bahamas on goal difference although coach Even Pellerud’s troops probably did not feel like celebrating. The twin …

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Jack’s shadow still smothers TTFF

… Integrity Commission briefed on Warner   The Integrity Commission, chaired by former media magnate Ken Gordon, might offer the best chance of investigating the machinations of Minister of Works and Infrastructure and ex-FIFA vice president, Jack Warner. Wired868.com, through local civic-minded groups Fixin’ TT and the Transparency Institute, sent …

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Jack threatened to bankrupt TTFF

Works and Infrastructure Minister and ex-FIFA Vice President, Jack Warner, has apparently broken the terms of his FIFA exit and exposed the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) to more sanctions from the world governing body by meddling in regional football matters. Warner, according to a letter that was leaked …

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Connection starts CFU campaign with Victory

W Connection started its Caribbean Club Championship campaign at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium this evening with a 2-0 win over Victory SC from Haiti. If that sounded awkward to say—because of the ambitious name of the Haitian club—it was even more difficult to watch at times. Connection has won the …

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T&T U-17 women eliminated by USA

… Pellerud bemoans lack of depth, fitness and experience   Ninety minutes can seem like an eternity in sport. For the first hour, the Trinidad and Tobago under-17 women’s football team competed well with its United States counterpart at the Concacaf Championship in Guatemala City although the latter outfit got …

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