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“I CRIED like a baby,” admitted Fazal Karim, Opposition MP for Chaguanas East, in the height of his speech in the House of Representatives budget debate yesterday. He wept on being fired as National Training Agency CEO under the Patrick Manning-led People’s National Movement (PNM...
COLIN BENJAMIN TT Red Force fast bowler Ravi Rampaul has confirmed that he is not playing the Caribbean Super50 to push for West Indies recall, but rather to simply take advantage of this unique opportunity to play in national colours with his countrymen for likely the last time. Rampaul who...
THE TT women footballers will conclude their campaign at the CONCACAF Women’s Championship today when they meet hosts United States in their final Group A encounter, at the Sahlen’s Stadium, Cary, North Carolina. Kick-off time is 7.30 pm. The TT team are the only team in Group A to lose...
A DAMP spot on the bowlers’ run-up caused the abandonment of the West Indies B match against the Windward Islands Volcanoes, in Group A of the Regional Super50 Cup, at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair yesterday. The defending champions Volcanoes, chasing a target of 221 in their...
SUNSHINE SNACKS, a member of the Associated Brands Industries Limited (ABIL), is assisting a pair of youth sporting teams – the Silver Bullets Track and Field club and the Fatima College triathlon team. Michelle Agostini, brand manager of Sunshine Snacks, said the groups will now be known as...
PRESENTATION San Fernando and Naparima will be battling for the top spot in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) today. Round Eight matches will be contested, with Pres Sando and Naps in a neck-and-neck battle for pole position. Both teams have 19 points from seven...
TRINIDAD’S most popular nightlife and entertainment hub, Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook, is expected to be lined by thousands of spectators seeking their annual dose of elite road cycling when the seventh edition of the Beacon Cycling on the Avenue pedals off this evening. The first race is at 7...
THE Association of Denominational Boards of Education has accused the Ministry of Education of telling an outright lie by saying that all outstanding money under direct funding was paid to schools last week. A spokesman from the Education Ministry yesterday again told Newsday, “All monies...
A DAY after the Industrial Court granted an injunction to the OWTU, against Petrotrin’s retrenchment of workers, the state-owned oil company’s Chairman Wilfred Espinet has told a radio call-in show that the Industrial Court and trade unions are outdated and out of touch with realities on the...
RESIDENTS of Point Fortin yesterday threatened to “burn the road” as, for the second day, taxi drivers parked at the taxi stand and refused to transport commuters, as a protest over the state of the roads and the rising cost of fuel. Commuters were again left stranded as about 40 taxi...

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