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  1. MVA only $230MRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar congratulates Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training Fazal Karim following the unveiling of a plaque during yesterday's official opening of the MTEST Administrative Complex at Narsaloo Ramaya Marg Road, Chaguanas. Photo: MARCUS RAMADHAR Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley was not telling the truth when he said the Motor Vehicles Authority building in Caroni cost the Government over $1 billion, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday.

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  2. Loving Tanty Myra*Aug. 29, 2015, 12:16 Am AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    In a back road en route to Sangre Grande, Cunaripo Road to be exact, a 93-year-old woman sits in her gallery and waves to everyone passing along the road. "Good morning son, how you going?"- she says to a construction worker who asks her for the location of the nearest standpipe before offering him the use of her own pipe.

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  3. Rowley: Hard times comingRead the original story

    Friday | Trinidad and Tobago News

    Rowley: Hard times coming He referred in particular to falling prices and lower production levels in both gas and oil PM hands over six vessels to Coast Guard SIX out of a dozen vessels purchased by the Government for the Coast Guard, at a cost of $1.3 billion Howai turns to World Bank FINANCE Minister, Larry Howai, said the World Bank will help the country to rationalise its social expenditure, in ways such as removing duplication and streamlining processes TT assists Erika-ravaged Dominica 'Storm in a tea cup' Mix-up caused funds to go to Sancho... Howai sees $3b loss in revenue ...from the current fiscal year.

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  4. Close call in T&T for RDXRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jamaica Observer

    DANCEHALL Duo RDX's August 22 concert in Trinidad and Tobago may have won them new fans, but it was almost marred by an unpleasant encounter. The entertainers stated that upon arrival at the Island Rave venue in San Fernando, they and their team were searched by security who alerted police to what they claimed was a firearm in road manager Kirk Wright's bag.

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  5. 'Little Superman' honoured in 'Grande' Aug. 27, 2015, 9:29 PM AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Trinadad Express

    Well done: Ace North Eastern College graduate Arti Ramroop, right, receives an award from Angela Guerra, CEO of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation, during yesterday's function. Christmas came early for four-year-old "Little Superman" Kal-El Alleyne yesterday, as the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation showered him with toy trucks, board games and a tablet computer for his heroic actions last week Tuesday.

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  6. Rowley questions Minister's integrityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Trinidad Guardian

    As he mounted a People's National Movement platform in Point Fortin, which he dubbed "football country", on Wednesday night, Rowley challenged Sport Minister Brent Sancho to say if he has an account at Wells Fargo Bank in the United States, in which monies from Concacaf were deposited for the local team to participate in a Club Championship match. Rowley said if the answer was yes, Sancho must clarify how the money got there or else he should be disqualified.

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  7. 'Superboy' honouredRead the original story

    Thursday | Newsday

    OLD Kal-el Alleyne was indeed the 'Superboy' of the day, yesterday, as he was awarded for heroism after seeking help for his mother and aunt after their car crashed down a precipice on the North Coast Road to Maracas last week Tuesday. The boy was hailed as a hero by chairman of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation, Martin Terry Rondon, who dressed as Santa Claus to present the child with several gifts.

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  8. 'Little Superman' gets gifts; parades through streets of Sangre GrandeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Trinadad Express

    Well done: Ace North Eastern College graduate Arti Ramroop, right, receives an award from Angela Guerra, CEO of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation, during yesterday's function. Early Christmas: Four-year-old 'Little Superman' Kal-El Alleyne, left, receives gifts from Santa at the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation yesterday, where he was honoured for his heroic action last week Tuesday along the North Coast Road.

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  9. Taking Mayaro for grantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Trinidad Guardian

    Traversing the southern areas like Princes Town, Tabaquite, Naparima and San Fernando, one can see the candidates busy campaigning on walkabouts in their constituencies accompanied by large droves of supporters. Reading in the newspapers and following on social media other candidates in Tunapuna, St Joseph, San Juan/Barataria and Toco/Sangre Grande it's clear that they are busy lobbying for votes.

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  10. Storehouse for labour data launched at UWIRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Trinidad Guardian

    Professor Clement Sankat, pro-vice chancellor and campus principal at the University of the West Indies , St Augustine, said the newly opened Centre for Workforce Research and Development will be critically important in a time of stalled economic growth, high youth unemployment and increasing competition within the Caribbean. "The CWRD will go a long way in helping us to become more prepared and better equipped to compete.

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  11. Al-Rawi: PNM watching youRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Newsday

    OFFICIALS of the PNM yesterday said they will be vigilant against the commission of any offences in relation to the September 7 General Election campaign and will use tools at their disposal such as video recordings to gather evidence against offenders. 'We are very concerned that TT understands that we in the PNM, our very large machinery in the PNM, are diligent to take recordings, to take any form of evidence available to us, that we will be watching these election offences and whilst we will not be able to catch everyone, we will certainly be able to catch a few,' said PNM public relations officer Faris Al-Rawi at a media briefing held at Balisier House.

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  12. No advantage for RowleyRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Newsday

    WHILE echoing Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's sentiments of 'best of luck', regarding Winston 'Gypsy' Peters who resigned from the UNC and the Cabinet, UNC deputy political leader Dr Roodal Moonilal yesterday said that Peters would not give PNM political leader Dr Keith Rowley, any 'plan, strategy, ideas or vision' for the country's future development. 'First of all I want to wish Mr Peters all the best in his future endeavours... this is how it goes in politics.

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  13. Letter: The train explainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Caribbean News Now!

    Dear Sir: Trinidad needs a train system because there are too much cars and trucks on the road at rush hours and consequently a lot of productive hours is lost sitting in traffic. There is no way anyone, government or otherwise, can build new highways and roadways in time to resolve the heavy congestion experienced on the roadway.

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  14. Multiple-crime accused shor dead in ValenciaAug. 25, 2015, 8:45 PM AstRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Trinadad Express

    KERWIN VALENTINO, a man who had been captured by police in connection with offences of rape, attempted murder and other crimes was shot dead on Sunday in Valencia. Valentino's wanted picture had appeared in April on TV6's Beyond the Tape, and he was subsequently detained by police.

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  15. Rowley: we will pay ex-Caroni workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Trinadad Express

    That was the promise made by PNM political leader, Dr Keith Rowley, as he addressed supporters at a public meeting in Couva on Monday night. Rowley accused Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar of making false promises to the ex-sugar worker that they would be paid $75,000 each.

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  16. Raffique Shah: Half truths and manifestosRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    I don't know that the majority of people in the country are influenced in any way by the manifestos presented by various parties-in our case two, one from the UNC/PP and the other from the PNM. In fact, I believe few people, likely less than ten percent of the electorate, read these voluminous documents.

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  17. Fabio: Cardiff City must keep Kenwyne JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Trinidad Guardian

    Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones must not be sold during the transfer window, says his Bluebirds team-mate and defender Fabio da Silva. Jones, out of contract at the end of the season, has been linked with Championship rivals Sheffield Wednesday and two of Israel's top clubs.

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  18. Former Supermarkets' Association president: Parties must be realistic in planning budgetRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Trinidad Guardian

    With oil prices now under $40 dollars barrel, political parties must be realistic about how they prepare for the post-election budget, former president of the Supermarkets' Association Balliram Maharaj said yesterday. "We are now hearing political proposals by the political parties.

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  19. Mixed views on NACTA pollRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Newsday

    THE People's Partnership coalition and the People's National Movement yesterday expressed different views on the latest North American Caribbean Teachers Association polls which claimed the ruling PP was leading in five of seven marginal constituencies in the country. According to the NACTA poll, the PP was leading in the marginals of Pointea- Pierre, Moruga/Tableland, Barataria/San Juan, Mayaro and St Joseph.

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  20. Save ArimaAug. 22, 2015, 8:21 PM AstRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 22 | Trinadad Express

    As a dedicated Arimian, I think it's my duty to send this plea to my fellow Arimians to avoid the urge to take our town back to a time when we were treated with the utmost disdain, disrespect and contempt by those who wielded political power for decades. Once upon a time, Arima was said to be the third largest town in Trinidad and Tobago, but here we are today, underdeveloped and lagging way behind, a position in which we should never have been after this country had been blessed with two massive oil booms.

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