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West Indians Mentioned As Immigrants Who “Came” By Obama

President Obama delivers his immigration plans in Las Vegas on Jan. 29, 2013. (White House Photo) News Americas, LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Tues. Jan. 29, 2013: The West Indian population in the United States may have no Census category to truly self-identity; nor have any exact numbers on the total population in the United States, but they came up for mention ...

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VACCINATION STOPPED

THE Ministry of Health yesterday announced the suspension of the administering of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccination to girls in primary and secondary schools, through the ministry’s school-based immunisation programme.

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Stella, 108, gets her pension…finally

A TOTAL of $100,000 was owed to 108-year-old Stella Browne, after she stopped receiving her senior citizen’s grant in May 2010, Minister of the People Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh said yesterday at Browne’s Ariapita Avenue home after presenting her with two cheques.

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NIB lost $625M in Clico

UNDER the reign of the then People’s National Movement (PNM) Government and the National Insurance Board (NIB) chaired by Calder Hart lost $625 million invested in a failing Clico in 2008 and 2009, the Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) was told at a hearing on the NIB’s 2010 Financial Statement yesterday at Tower D of the International Waterfront Centre, Port-of-Spain.

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Govt bowed to public pressure

IT WAS a desire to appease public furor over the possibility that the Piarco Airport fraud accused would escape criminal prosecution, which led to the repeal of Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act.

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Arranger seeks 3 pan titles

Pan arranger, Duvonne Stewart, at age 36, says he is so happy to be in the forefront in all the pan categories that he entered this year, since all three of the bands for which he arranges, have made it to the finals.

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Commuters wait out WASA work on PBR

Hundreds of commuters had to wait a little longer than usual for transport at City Gate in Port-of-Spain yesterday as maxi taxis did not enter or leave the hub because traffic had to be diverted due to work being done by WASA on the Priority Bus Route ...

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Glassboro schools hold Multicultural/ESL night – Gloucester County Times – NJ.com


Glassboro schools hold Multicultural/ESL night
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Selections included the: National Anthem, Irish Suite, Korean Pop Dance, Señora Salsa and Island Holiday, Vois sur ton Chemin (a French song composed by Bruno Coulais), Trinidadian/African Dance Mix, Libertango, Avant Qu'elle Parte French Song, ...

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No Pan on TV – 50 Panoramas Later in Trinidad and Tobago — “A Public … – PanOnTheNet.com


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No Pan on TV - 50 Panoramas Later in Trinidad and Tobago --- “A Public ...
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Global - In the now classic Panorama tune “Band From Space” by Amrit Samaroo, the 'aliens' revealed that they learned everything about Pan from monitoring TTT (Trinidad & Tobago Television, the former incarnation of the government's television station ...

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Deerfield boys soccer hope experience leads to victory over St. Thomas – Sun-Sentinel

Deerfield boys soccer hope experience leads to victory over St. ThomasSun-SentinelMost of these kids have grown up together in Latin America, where soccer is a fun game. It’s a joy. We’re never too hyped or too low for any game, [but] we have fun.” Deerfield Beach (18-3-1) saw its season end with a loss to the Raiders (14-2-3) in …

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