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ASJA officials meet this weekend to discuss the Education Ministry’s consideration to make the Jamaat Al Muslimeen Islamic Educational Complex a denominational school, which would result in the State providing two-thirds of the school’s funding. In other news, Wired868 applied to become a denominational school.

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Ewatski’s plane facts

Deputy Police Commissioner Jack Ewatski described himself as a man of fact, not rumour, and chided the Trinidad and Tobago public for forming an opinion on his light aircraft with limited information. Ewatski did not name the alleged and subsequently discredited death threats against the PM, AG and two Cabinet …

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Police fool around with stats

The Police Services’ Western Division reported a reduction in criminal activity and, simultaneously, an increase in sexual offences. When asked whether a sexual offence was not also considered “crime”, the police spokesman may or may not have grumbled something about people “fooling around.”

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Gafoor never lies… Honest

Suspended deputy chairman of the Integrity Commission, Gladys Gafoor, insisted yesterday that she never compromises her principles and integrity. When asked to comment on police raid at Newsday, Gafoor claimed she did not know reporter Andre Bagoo. Or the Newsday.

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PoS Mayor and MP in bottle fight

The Port of Spain Mayor threatened to sue Local Government Minister Chandresh Sharma for dereliction of duty if anyone is injured with a glass bottle this Carnival. Sharma has refused to back the Louis Lee Sing’s attempted blanket ban and said glass bottles were environmentally friendly. Wired868 cannot confirm that …

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TTFF tries to divorce its past

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Acting President Lennox Watson, who was the football body’s longest serving vice president until his sudden promotion last October, could not answer many questions at this evening’s press conference at the Harvard Sports Club on Serpentine Road, Port of Spain. Watson said he did …

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Sandy’s slippage of the tongue

The National Security Minister admitted there has been some “slippage” since last year’s State of Emergency in terms of citizenry security and he is still working on a better blend of relationship between police and nationals. Brigadier John Sandy then admitted his political lingo was a work in progress and …

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TTFF is figment of Tony’s reinvention

The TTFF Authorisation Committee chairman and marketing man, Anthony Harford, described the football body being stripped of its furniture and removable assets at its Dundonald Street home as “a wonderful opportunity to reinvent itself“. In related news, Port of Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing reminded environs of his zero tolerance …

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Warner tongue-tied on TTFF chaos

Works Minister and former TTFF Special Advisor Jack Warner refused to speak when approached by the media for comment on yesterday’s police raid and the football body’s insistence that he took everyone’s money. Wired868 cannot confirm that the MP asked to be woken up when it is over.

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Football men get their balls back

Caledonia AIA football coach Jamaal Shabazz was allowed to take several bags of footballs from the TTFF office yesterday; even as all other equipment was seized due to the non-payment of an interim award by the football body. Wired868 cannot confirm that the imminent fall of the TTFF is prompting …

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Mt Hope Sec applies for nursery status

Mt Hope Secondary students complained they are being targeted by the principal for not wearing the proper uniform and getting to school late. Students claimed that they became ill when rain supposedly soaked them while they were locked out for tardiness and desperately trying to get into school to learn. …

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Pulverise And Serve

Police Service and Welfare Association President Sgt Anand Ramesar admitted lawmen crossed the line during their duties at the Panorama semi-finals and suggested that anger management and retraining was necessary for men trained to concentrate on force. Ramesar’s sentiments contrasted with the more combative tone of Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs …

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