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D/Force edges Stars

Defending Pro League football champions, Defence Force, continued its momentum this evening with a typically gritty 1-0 win over DirecTV North East Stars at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar. The army/ coast combination is now three points shy of fourth placed T&TEC with a game in hand and are undefeated …

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TTFF disregards Jan-Michael’s tragedy

… Grieving goalie considers international retirement   Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams is considering retiring from international duty at the age of 27; stung by what he perceives as insensitivity by the local football body, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), to his tragic personal circumstances. Williams, who …

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Battered beauty queen improves slightly

Former beauty queen Candice Worrell remains in a comatose condition at the St Clair Medical Centre, more than two weeks after she was brutally assaulted and robbed outside her work place at 38 John Street, Montrose, Chaguanas. However, Worrell’s condition has stabilised and she is now breathing on her own. …

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Kisses cost extra

Kiss Baking Company raised the price of its products by between 50 cents to $1 on Monday and finally got around to offering a public explanation of sorts, three days later. Customers insist that, at these new prices, they should at least get a cuddle too.

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Jabloteh goes third

  Fourth placed Adam’s Construction San Juan Jabloteh climbed to third place tonight with a 1-1 draw against defending champions Defence Force in 2011/12 Digicel Pro League football action at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar. Jabloteh moved a point clear of T&TEC who dropped to fourth spot with 19 points. …

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Toilet principal unflushed

Blackman’s Private School principal Arlene Blackman was yesterday charged on two counts of cruelty after allegedly flushing the heads of two students in a school toilet; or, in American jargon, adding First World “intensive, interrogation techniques” to the school’s disciplinary code. Blackman faces a fine of between $5,000 and $10,000 …

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Gypsy abandons sinking ship

Culture Minister Winston “Gypsy” Peters is among three government ministers who refused to support MP Jack Warner’s hanging petition on the grounds that Cabinet does their thinking for them. Gypsy, who once supported Warner’s fight against ex-UNC leader Basdeo Panday, knows a thing or two about sinking ships. In other …

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A Wasa time

WASA, which was formed by an Act of Parliament in 1965, still doesn’t know what it is doing and will pay a Spanish consultancy firm $5.2 million for four months of recommendations. Wired868 expects the first recommendation to be: Get someone to fix your problems, not talk about them.

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Express stalks Manning

The family and colleagues of ex-PM Patrick Manning have tried to keep his medical business private while he recovers from a stroke but the Trinidad Express persists on publishing scoops from unnamed sources regarding his health. Wired868 understands that Manning may or may not be dictating a message for “Janice …

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Defiant Connection tops Pro League

W. Connection FC stormed to the top of the Digicel Pro League on Tuesday night with a 1-0 win over T&TEC at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. Connection club president David John Williams punched the air at the final whistle and there was good reason to be pleased. The “Savonetta …

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Ish, is that you?

The US Embassy is appealing for assistance in locating an American fugitive believed to be hiding in Trinidad and Tobago. The man has several known aliases; none of which, apparently, is Ish or Steve.

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W Connection books CFU spot

W Connection stormed to the top of the Digicel Pro League standings tonight and booked a spot in the 2012 Caribbean Club Championship with a hard fought 1-0 win over T&TEC at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Connection plays Police on Tuesday in the final fixture before the two …

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