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Republic Bank robbery accused in court

A 19-year-old youth and his two accomplices were yesterday denied bail when they appeared before Magistrate Indrani Cedeno in the Point Fortin Magistrates’ Court to answer charges of robbing Republic Bank, Point Fortin, of a total of $100,117.

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PM: Probe continues

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said investigations are ongoing regarding media claims against the credentials of 1990 Attempted Coup Enquiry commissioner Haffizool Ali-Mohammed.

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Carnival fashion fusion to ignite New York fashion week tomorrow – Caribbean360.com


Carnival fashion fusion to ignite New York fashion week tomorrow
Caribbean360.com
The brand's eagerly awaited first standalone showroom in the United States will come alive this winter as The ela Design Company and leading Trinidadian Carnival band TRIBE, together with a number of high end international designer brands, deliver an ...

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Gildan raises full-year revenue forecast

(Reuters) – Canadian clothing maker Gildan Activewear Inc raised its full-year earnings forecast after posting a profit for its first quarter, driven by sales in its printwear business. The company now expects full-year revenue to slightly exceed its previous forecast of about $2.1 billion, while backing its earnings outlook of between $2.60 and $2.70 per share. Gildan is a top ...

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Do It listings – Welland Tribune

Do It listingsWelland TribuneBRASA STEAKHOUSE: Latin music with the Rio Trio. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 7-10 p.m. Hilton Fallsview Hotel, Fallsview Blvd., Niagara Falls, 905-353-7187. BUCHANANS CHOPHOUSE: Frank Krahn, pianist, Feb. 15. 6:30-10 p.m. 6022 Stanley Ave., …

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Death Knell for Trinidad and Tobago Carnival? – Global Voices Online


Death Knell for Trinidad and Tobago Carnival?
Global Voices Online
Tillah Willah's account of Trinidad and Tobago's 2013 Panorama semi-finals certainly starts off idyllically. But it soon degenerates: Police are stalking the perimeter of the stage like a flock of belligerent cobo. Guarding the stage like a La Basse ...

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American Exports: FC Dallas loanee debuts in Costa Rica – Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer American Exports: FC Dallas loanee debuts in Costa RicaMajor League SoccerGUADALAJARA, Mexico – FC Dallas loanee Moises Hernandez is only 20 years old, but already has featured for two of Central America’s biggest clubs. Normally a … Tom Marshall covers Americans playing in Latin America for MLSsoccer.com. Contact him …

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Justin Bieber becomes youngest artist with five No. 1 albums

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Canadian pop star Justin Bieber became the youngest artist to land five chart-topping albums in the United States on Wednesday when his latest record, “Believe Acoustic,” debuted atop the Billboard 200 album chart. “Believe Acoustic,” which features stripped down versions of Bieber’s songs from his fourth No. 1 album, “Believe,” released last June, as well as ...

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Latin Notes: Ozuna’s back in a groove – San Antonio Express

Latin Notes: Ozuna’s back in a grooveSan Antonio ExpressBy Hector Saldaña. Updated 12:24 pm, Wednesday, February 6, 2013. Sunny Ozuna will delve into various styles on Sunday, a “little roller coaster ride” of music, he says. Courtesy photo. Sunny Ozuna will delve into various styles on Sunday, a “little.

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Star-Studded Line-Up For Saint Licia Jazz & Arts Festival – TropicalFete.com

Star-Studded Line-Up For Saint Licia Jazz & Arts FestivalTropicalFete.comPerformances at the Gaiety on Rodney Bay on May 8 & 9 will feature Trinidadian born Trumpet player Etienne Charles; Cuban jazz pianist Roberto Fonseca; contemporary jazz b...

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