Arima, Trinidad and Tobago Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. TSTT retains its - good' ratingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Local ratings agency Caricris has maintained its "good" rating of the 2014 TT $1.5 billion bond issue of Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited . According to Caricris, TSTT's bond remains rated at CariA on the regional rating scale and ttA on the Trinidad and Tobago national scale.

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  2. Siblings in Piarco heist granted bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Siblings Kizzy Bernard, 38, and brother Kenol Singh, 32, of Longdenville, Chaguanas, who were charged in connection with the recent 5.5 million heist at the Piarco International Airport, were both yesterday granted bail by a Chaguanas magistrate totalling $.5 million. Bernard, who is eight months pregnant with her third child, was granted $200,000 bail while Singh, a mason by trade and a father of two, was granted $300,000 bail.

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  3. Burkie helps police catch car thiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    But in a telephone interview with the T&T Guardian hours after his act, Burke said he was being targeted by the police and had in the past been discriminated against. He said around 5 pm he was telephoned about the stolen car, which was found at the home of the mother to his children.

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  4. Tips on how not to get robbed for ChristmasDec. 12, 2017, 8:31 Am AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2017 | Trinadad Express

    HEAD of the Port of Spain Police Division, Snr Supt Marlene Hodge-Griffith , has advised visitors to Port of Spain and other urban centres in Trinidad to remain vigilant, avoid excessive jewellery and secure cash while shopping. The Express spoke to Hodge-Griffith last week while she was seen handing out flyers to store owners asking them to partner with the police in the fight against crime.

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  5. Suspect shot, 2 cohorts heldRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Police officers outside the Long Yuan Chinese Restaurant in Arouca last night, where their colleague, SRP Richard Babwah, was shot and killed by bandits. Special Reserve police officer Richard Babwah was killed last evening during an attempted robbery at a Chinese restaurant in Arouca.

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  6. What is normal? #LetsTalkTT - " A conversation on gender based violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Normal? That not normal! But, this is normal! Those were the cries of the cast of the 2 Cents Movement as they began a lively, emotional and pore-raising performance, Common Grounds' at a #LetsTalkTT event hosted jointly by the British High Commission and European Union Delegation to T&T. The event, which featured an address by Reema Carmona, and remarks from British High Commissioner Tim Stew MBE, and Ambassador Aad Biesebroek of the EU Delegation, brought together various gender stakeholders and young people at the British High Commissioner's Residence to continue the conversation on gender based violence, as the 16 Days of Activism are commemorated internationally.

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  7. Sammy, Sookhan win Rebels draughts titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Winners of the Girls' Under-10 category, from right, Sarah Williams, first place, Anuradha Singh, second, Rhead Lambkin, third, Cheyenne Bhola, fourth, T'Shelle Barnes, fifth and Adria Jones, sixth. Christopher Sammy and Marisha Sookhan emerged the winners of the Under-17 division in the Sangre Grande Rebels Draught Association held its first ever competition in the region of Sangre Grande, last Sunday.

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  8. Palmer explodes on RedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    KINGSTON, Jamaica-Jamaica Scorpions captain Paul Palmer completed his maiden first-class hundred, but he was upstaged by newcomer Odean Smith, whose sensational, boundary-studded half-century put their side in an impregnable position against Trinidad & Tobago Red Force in the Regional 4-Day Championship yesterday. Palmer became the second century-maker for his side, gathering a resolute 136, to follow John Campbell's 156 on the previous day, but it was Smith that captured the headlines, as the Scorpions were bowled out for 535, replying to the Red Force's first innings total of 243, around an hour before the scheduled close on the third day of their sixth-round match at Sabina Park.

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  9. Crime hits homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Imagine walking into your oneyear- old daughter's bedroom and finding a spent shell a foot or so from her crib and a bullet hole in the ceiling. This was the scene banker Mark Cape and his family were faced with when they went into his daughter Emeline's bedroom last Sunday.

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  10. What are we supposed to do?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    My grandmother has a saying, one that she evokes every December 25 after the thrill of gift-exchanging and gastronomic indulging has subsided; she says, "Before yuh blink yuh eyea Christmas go be here again." Taken at face value the declaration is rather premature if not a little foreboding, but I do think it contains a fair amount of wisdom as well.

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  11. Man freed of double murder after decade in custodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Jayvon Charles, right, thanks his attorney Stephen Wilson outside the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain after he was freed yesterday. Photo by:Anisto Alves After spending almost a decade in prison and facing two trials, a 31-year-old man from Maraval was yesterday freed of charges which accused him of murdering two men by a bar in St James.

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  12. No room for error in Super LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    There will be absolutely no room for error for the top two teams in the T&T Super League; Hydrotech Guaya United and second placed FC Santa Rosa, when action continues today at various venues across T&T. At Bon Accord ground in Tobago, leaders Guaya on 49 points, face a tricky test from 1976 Phoenix, one of the top four teams in the National FA Cup tournament this year and which is likely to fancy its chances at 5pm this afternoon.

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  13. Parang, pan and Mac Farlane this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Parang champion Los Alumnos de San Juan will perform on Nelson Island at Ponche de Creme and Parang on Saturday. Last weekend, it was Holistic Foundation's Dingolay...Big People Party at Club Zen that took the cake but this weekend consider the entertainment bar being raised even higher with a plethora of fun events scheduled.

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  14. Cop unaware he was taking Vicky to - freedom'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Constable LeVon Sylvester reportedly told his colleagues on Tuesday night that he had no idea he was assisting alleged fraudster Vicky Boodram in escaping from legal custody when he picked her up at the Women's Prison in Golden Grove on Monday. Northern Division officers arrested their colleague at his Santa Rosa, Arima home through his cell phone signal around 11 pm, and he initially told them he was unaware he was being sought for interrogation in connection with Boodram's escape.

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  15. George guides North East Stars to titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    Midfielder Keston George scored the match winner which helped North East Stars capture a second T&T Pro League crown, and its first since 2004, for 1-0 win over Police FC in the first match of a double-header at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on Friday night. Starting the afternoon four points ahead of main challenger W Connection with two matches left in the 2017 season, the Derek King-coached outfit needed a win from one of its two remaining matches to claim the title.

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  16. a Derek Kinga s men land second Pro League title*Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2017 | Trinadad Express

    NORTH EAST STARS are planning an Arima tribute after clinching the 2017 Trinidad and Tobago Professional Football League championship by means of a difficult 1-0 victory over Police FC on Friday night at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Coach Derek King announced plans to use the Stars' final match on Tuesday against San Juan Jabloteh to celebrate the championship with the people of the Arima district, their adopted home where they played unbeaten at the Arima Velodrome.

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  17. Untenable' conditions force Mansingh off CWI panelRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    The Jamaica Observer newspaper reported yesterday that while a frayed relationship had existed for some while, the recent last-minute scrapping of a conference for West Indies cricket medical personnel, scheduled for Trinidad and Tobago, had become the tipping point for Mansingh. "More and more obstructions were being put in the way of its [medical panel's] functioning, so I felt the prudent thing to do was to resign," the respected orthopaedic surgeon told the Observer.

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  18. 24 hours after gun, drug seizurewRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    A police officer at the scene of yesterday's arson attack on a house at Purcell Street, San Fernando, where Lana John was killed. Photo by:Kristian De Silva Just 24-hours after police seized a cache of high-powered firearms and $1.2 million worth of marijuana from a shack in San Fernando, undertakers were called in to remove the charred body of a casino worker who lived in the neighbouring property.

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  19. TTYP presents Christmas: Wonder of his glourious majestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Trinadad Express

    With a cast of almost 200, and having hosted the first locally sold out performances at the National Academy for the Performing Arts , Port of Spain, the Trinidad and Tobago Youth Philharmonic , with Music Director Kenneth Listhrop, will again return to NAPA to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas on Saturday 9th December at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday 10th December at 5:30 p.m. Guests include the children's choir 'Voices of The University School' and TTYP's resident chorale - the Euangelion Singers and Band.

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  20. All Stars shine at Classical JewelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2017 | Trinidad Guardian

    A near packed Lord Kitchener Auditorium of the National Academy for the Performing Arts in Port-of-Spain witnessed Classical Jewels XI staged last weekend by Massy Trinidad All Stars Steel Orchestra. Prime Minister Keith Rowley headed a number of politicians and members of the diplomatic corps and corporate T&T in attending the event.

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