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Kudos to City but don’t forget local sporting triumphs

Charity rarely starts at home where the local sports media is concerned. The Trinidad Express, inspired by Manchester City’s last gasp England Premier League weekend triumph, rattled off 11 other “stunning” sport climaxes. None involved local or Caribbean representatives. Wired868 wonders if anyone remembers Kelvin Jack’s stoppage time save in …

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WASA workers can also be out the wetting business

More than half of WASA’s 4,800 staff faces the possibility of retrenchment after Public Utilities Minister Emmanuel “Hurricane” George admitted that workforce reduction is expected in restructuring. Or, as far as Trinidad Express is concerned, blah, blah, blah—seventy five percent of the Express website today was dedicated to TV6 Crime …

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Hinds retreats over Miller/media clash

Opposition Senator Fitzgerald Hinds claimed he never called the media “vultures” and said he was just passing on a message from Cheryl Miller when he told the TV6 and Express reporters outside her home that they were “hounding” her. Miller had been locked away at the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital …

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There goes the PM’s neighbourhood… Sorta

The Trinidad Express reported today that neighbours are fleeing from the PM’s residence because of late night parties and hovering helicopters. By neighbours, the Express meant one family while the noisy parties apparently came from a nearby restaurant and not the PM’s residence. Wired868 believes the PM should buy the …

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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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Express, Guardian follow Wired868’s lead

Wired868 is pleased that the Trinidad Express and Guardian newspapers are following our lead in publicising former beauty queen Candice Worrell’s brave fight for her life after a brutal assault; even though neither longstanding media house could be bothered to write its own story and just lifted ours without proper accreditation. …

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