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Gabriella’s body found

The body of six-year-old Gabriella Marcano, who disappeared at a Moruga beach during a family excursion on Sunday, was discovered yesterday by a party of Moruga residents. Her body was entangled in the roots of a mangrove tree in the nearby L’anse Mitan river..

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Warning for Trinidad too

THE Rough Seas warning issued by the Office of Disaster and Preparedness (ODPM) on Monday, not only applies to Tobago — the scene of monster waves — but the North Coast of Trinidad as well.

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About Fr Henry Charles

Fr Charles was born on January 9, 1944 and was ordained priest by Archbishop Anthony Pantin on June 27, 1971

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$10M ‘coke’ bust

COCAINE with a local street value of $10.6 million was seized on Monday by Coast Guard officers with a German and Scottish national being arrested following a search and seizure operation in Chacachacare.

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Stuart Scott’s cancer back – but he tweets he’s fighting hard

NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – ESPN anchor Stuart Scott tweeted that his cancer has returned, but that he’s fighting hard. How hard? He went from tweeting Monday night about his health to hosting SportsCenter, as if nothing were wrong. As he hosted, he was inundated with supportive tweets. “Blessed by prayers… I’m back in the Fight,” Scott wrote. “C reared its ...

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Walters puts weekend nightmare behind him and puts Stoke through – Irish Independent

Irish Independent

Walters puts weekend nightmare behind him and puts Stoke through
Irish Independent
Soon after coming on, the Trinidadian crashed a low shot against the post and within a minute, he had the ball in the back of the net, meeting Etherington's cross with a far-post header which Price could not prevent from squirming through his grasp and ...

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Carnival in the Oval – Trinidad News

Jamaica Gleaner

Carnival in the Oval
Trinidad News
The mini-Carnival or Carnival Showcase as it was called, was staged by the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism in conjunction with the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board prior to the T20 clash between Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. On show were ...
No ease up from T&T in St Lucia, warns BravoStabroek News
Groundsman: Beausejour to yield runsTrinidad & Tobago Express
WICB: Sold out matches create historyAntigua Observer
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Soccer Will Only Become More Popular in America With Greater Exposure – Huffington Post (blog)

Soccer Will Only Become More Popular in America With Greater ExposureHuffington Post (blog)The 90s Latin Boom of art, culture and commerce, spearheaded by the likes of Ricky Martin and J.Lo, was a first for North America. As much as the art and culture were buzz-worthy, what truly propelled this new dawn was the realization of Latino … and more »

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Menswear gets quirky detailing at Milan autumn/winter shows

MILAN (Reuters) – Men’s tailored suits took on eccentric furs, ruby pins and touches of neoprene as designers mixed traditional styles with quirkiness at Milan’s autumn/winter fashion shows. From Giorgio Armani to Prada, fashion houses offered large-shouldered coats, rubber-soled shoes and pleated trousers at presentations which ended on Tuesday. “It is not easy to reinvent menswear tradition. There are different ...

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