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WHO WILL IT BE? – Trinidad News


WHO WILL IT BE?
Trinidad News
Based on Section 30 of the Constitution neither the Congress of the People (COP) nor the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP), which have elected MPs in the House, can propose a nominee without the consent of the United National Congress (UNC) ...
...Kamla, Rowley ready to meetTrinidad & Tobago Express
PM to meet Rowley on Pres nominee tomorrowTrinidad Guardian

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Invincible steel – Trinidad News


Invincible steel
Trinidad News
Goodwood High School, also from Tobago, played Aldwyn “Kitchener” Roberts' “Tribute to Spree Simon”. The band incorporated African drums and the tamboo bamboo (bamboo instruments) in their presentation which was well received by the crowd.

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Year of the Snake may smile on Psy, but health woes could bite

TAIPEI (Reuters) – The coming lunar Year of the Snake is likely to smile on South Korean rapper Psy with increased prosperity, but he will need to leave Korea to make money and could risk exhaustion. As Chinese communities around the globe prepare for the lunar New Year on Feb 1, which ushers in the Year of the Snake, a ...

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Tigres, Tijuana Battle to 2-2 Tie, Remain Top Mexican Soccer Teams – Latin American Herald Tribune

Latin American Herald Tribune Tigres, Tijuana Battle to 2-2 Tie, Remain Top Mexican Soccer TeamsLatin American Herald TribuneLatin American Herald Tribune … MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s Tigres soccer club, coached by Brazilian Ricardo Ferreti, and Tijuana – with Argentina’s Antonio Mohamed at the helm – battled to a 2-2 tie in a hard-fought match on the weekend, although both of ...

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Warner: Military camps in operation

Minister of National Security Jack Warner yesterday disclosed that three of five new camps to house soldiers to help in the crime fight have already been set up, and another two will be in place this weekend.

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Invincible steel

No one was dethroned in this year’s Junior Panorama as all of last year’s winners, St Francois Girls’ College, St Margaret’s Boys’ RC Primary School and Success Stars Pan Sounds held on to their crowns.

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Trincity votes ‘No’ to family court

It was with a resounding “No” that the residents of Trincity turned down the proposal of a family and youth court in Trincity.

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Security blanket for Carnival

Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams is assuring citizens and visitors that thousands of officers will be out in full force from this weekend until Ash Wednesday to ensure law and order prevails for Carnival.

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Plants on fire at Tower D

Fire officers from the Wrightson Road Fire Department were called out to Tower D, International Waterfront Centre, Port-of-Spain yesterday after smoke was seen coming from the western side of the building where plants are stored.

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