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  1. CariCRIS upgrades Eastern Credit UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Regional rating agency, CariCRIS, yesterday announced that it was upgrading its credit ratings for Eastern Credit Union Co-operative Society Ltd by one notch to CariBBB on the regional rating scale, and ttBBB on the Trinidad and Tobago national scale. In a statement, CariCRIS said the ratings indicated that the level of creditworthiness of this obligor, adjudged in relation to other obligors in the Caribbean and within T&T is adequate.

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  2. Trinity College (Moka) wins PanKnowRama secondary schools quizRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Students of Trinity College, Moka, celebrate their victory in the inaugural PanKnowRama secondary school quiz competition at the St Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies on Monday. The team which comprised, from left, Kareem Bruce, Nkosi Clarance, Jalen Charles and Roshaun Williams, walked away with the first prize of $50,000 worth of musical supplies for their school.

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  3. T&T officially upgraded to Olympic 4x1 silverRead the original story

    Yesterday | Trinidad and Tobago News

    T&T officially upgraded to Olympic 4x1 silver Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender and Thompson have been upgraded from bronze to silver because of American Tyson GayT&Ts doping infraction. Murder at Mosque Shot dead on way to prayer O ALLAH! Gunman murders man at mosque Jack claims heT&Ts peacemaker in Enterprise 20,000 passports backlog ...at the New York Consulate in the United States which has been affecting Trinidad and Tobago nationals.

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  4. Guns, drugs found in police raidRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Army camouflage uniforms believed to have been used in criminal activities to impersonate soliders were seized during a police raid in a house at Ramsaran Street, San Fernando, yesterday. Police also seized a Smith and Wesson revolver, 13 rounds of 40-calibre ammunition, 217 grammes of cocaine and 117 grammes of marijuana.

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  5. The Race Has BegunRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Trinidad Guardian

    Since election campaigning began at the beginning of 2015, sparks have been flying and political maneuvering taking place both on and off the political platforms. Given our political culture and the high stakes involved, it appears that the three-month period between Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's announcement of the date for general elections is simply too much for Jack Warner and the PNM.

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  6. 'On Fire' Fuego top WPLJul. 2, 2015, 8:48 PM AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    DETERMINATION: Angels skipper Maylee Attin Johnson right, leaps up high over her opponent during the WPL match between Chancellor Angels and Boom Champions Fuego at the Northern Recreation Ground in Diego Martin. The Angels suffered their first defeat of the campaign, as Fuego came from behind to win 2-1.

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  7. Angels brought down to earth by FuegoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Fuego won 2-1. Photo: Anthony Harris. Out-of-favour national defender Anastacia Prescott netted the decisive item as 94.1FM Boom Champions Fuego edged Chancellor Angels 2-1 to maintain its 100 per cent winning record in the augural Women's Premier League and go top of the table when the action shifted to the Diego Martin Recreation Ground, Diego Martin on Wednesday.

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  8. Caribbean alliance eyes new era for youth entrepreneurshipRead the original story

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- Young people hoping to transform their business ideas into successful enterprises are set to benefit from the creation of a new Commonwealth alliance to promote youth entrepreneurship across the Caribbean and Americas. The Commonwealth Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs-Caribbean & Canada , a coalition of 13 organisations from nine Commonwealth countries, was officially launched in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, this week.

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  9. Ebc releases voters list...1,099,205 registeredJul. 2, 2015, 10:23 PM AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    CHECKING THE LIST: Wendell Jones checks the Elections and Boundaries Commission electorial list at its office on Frederick Street, Port of Spain, yesterday. -Photo: KERWIN PIERRE THE Elections and Boundaries Commission has released the annual voters list which reveals that 1,099,205 people are registered to vote in this country.

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  10. San Fernando Mayor celebrates Sea success of city schoolsJul. 2, 2015, 8:56 Am AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Trinadad Express

    Former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan and wife Nalini kiss their daughter Shweta after she received her Secondary Entrance Assessment results at the Trinidad Muslim League Primary School in San Fernando yesterday. -Photo: DEXTER PHILIP SAN Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein has congratulated the three pupils who topped the Secondary Assessment Entrance yesterday.

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  11. 20,000 passports backlogJul. 2, 2015, 8:51 Am AstRead the original story

    Thursday | Trinadad Express

    National Security Minister Carl Alfonso has said a staffing problem resulted in the backlog of 20,000 passports at the New York Consulate in the United States which has been affecting Trinidad and Tobago nationals. He was responding to complaints from citizens that the immigration authorities were tardy in processing their passports and that they have to wait as long as October 2015 to renew their passports.

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  12. Anusha's No 1Read the original story

    Wednesday | Newsday

    India-born Anusha Saha, 11, is No 1, placing first among more than 18,000 primary school children in the 2015 Secondary Entrance Assessment Examination . And becoming a brain surgeon is the goal the Grant Memorial Presbyterian Primary School student has already set her sights on.

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  13. PM: Students' achievements the best everRead the original story

    Wednesday | Newsday

    Three San Fernando schools not only produced the country's top three performing students in the 2015 SEA exam, but they also had the most placings, 47, among the leading 200 students. Grant Memorial Presbyterian, the school which first place student Anusha Saha attended, had 16 students in the top 200.

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  14. Cracks in the institutionsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Trinidad Guardian

    From my childhood days it was blasted into my ears and understanding by parents and elders, that jail is a place where you go when you have done something severely wrong in society. Jail is a place where discipline is enforced, you being sent there by the courts of Trinidad and Tobago.

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  15. Why gay rights are wrongRead the original story

    Wednesday | Trinidad Guardian

    I have always opposed bigotry in any shape or form, including heptagons. For years now, I have been speaking out against racism, sexism and herbalism and have never discriminated against people who don't run like me, have less sex than me, or are more mellow than me.

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  16. Sea third-placed pupil sings for PM Jul. 1, 2015, 9:46 PM AstRead the original story

    Wednesday | Trinadad Express

    Aaliyah Webb, who scored the third highest at the Secondary Entrance Assessment , yesterday sang her 2015 prize winning calypso for Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar. Persad-Bissessar visited the San Fernando Girls' Government School to announce Webb's achievement in the SEA examination.

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  17. Former cane farmers receive chequesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Trinadad Express

    Looking on from left is permanent secretary in the Ministry of Planning Clint Ramcharan and Minister of Planning Bhoe Tewarie. -Photo: Innis Francis The first of the final payment to former cane farmers came 12 years after the closure of Caroni Limited.

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  18. Govt warned: Don't use raceJul. 1, 2015, 10:4 Am AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Trinadad Express

    Political Leader of the People's National Movement Dr. Keith Rowley greets the PNM's candidate for the constituency for San Fernando East Randall Mitchell who is during the party's public meeting in Cocoyea Village, San Fernando on Tuesday night -Photo: DEXTER PHILIP Political Leader of the People's National Movement Dr. Keith Rowley and PNM's candidate for the constituency for San Fernando East Randall Mitchel, left, acknowledge supportersl during the party's public meeting in Cocoyea Village in San Fernando, on Tuesday night -Photo: DEXTER PHILIP Political Leader of the People's National Movement Dr. Keith Rowley is greeted by supporters as he arrived during the party's public meeting in Cocoyea Village, San Fernando on Tuesday night -Photo: DEXTER PHILIP THE People's Partnership Government is 'playing with fire' by using race as a means to win the upcoming general election, Opposition ... (more)

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  19. Heat takes default winRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Trinidad Guardian

    Winner of the three-point shoot-out for Men's First Division players, Jamile King, left, is presented with his trophy by chairman of the North Zone Basketball Commission, Kime Baptiste, at the All Star event which took place at the Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo, on Saturday. With just seven seconds remaining and the scores locked at 90-90, what was about to close as the most-entertaining fixture thus far in the NBFTT East Zone Basketball Commission's Community League on Sunday, resulted in the forfeiture of a Men's First Division fixture by Maloney Old School and a default win being awarded to Valencia Heat.

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  20. Angels, Fuego put perfect start on the lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Trinidad Guardian

    GOAL JOY: Chancellor Angels players celebrate one of their goals over Wave FC in a 3-0 triumph on the opening night of the inaugural Women's Premier League at the St James Police Barracks Training Ground, St James, on June 18. Photo: Anthony Harris een the Maylee Attin-Johnson-led Angels and Fuego, with Tasha St Louis at the helm, takes place at the Diego Martin Recreational Ground, , Diego Martin from 8 pm. Currently, CNGC Rush and Petrotrin Oilers sit atop the table with four points each from two matches, one more than Angels and Fuego which have only played one match each, while Shanghai Construction Dragons and Wave FC are without a point after two straight losses respectively.

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