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    Jetsam family dispels rumour of doom

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    The trinidad Guardian / Master of Ceremonies at the Jetsam Awards 2016 Anthony Harford was on target when he said, “Tonight’s Jetsam Awards has dispelled rumours that the industry is dying. Look at the turnout, fantastic.” He said, “With continued support for the industry, the challenged racing industry will survive.” When it was the turn…

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    Plain sailing for Cue Card

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    The trinidad Guardian / Cue Card reeled in front-running course specialist Royal Regatta to win the Grade One Betfair Ascot Chase. It was a ninth top level victory for Colin Tizzard’s remarkable chaser who is now set to take his chance in the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup next month. Richard Johnson set out to make…

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    Latapy tells players let football do the talking

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    The trinidad Guardian / Former T&T senior football team captain and coach Russell Latapy has issued an appeal to players to let their “football do the talking”. The current national Under-17 and 15 coach directed his statements at current day players on the national team, professional players and aspiring national players, saying that as athletes…

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    T&T Under-20s face Bermuda in CONCACAF qualifier today

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    The trinidad Guardian / T&T’s Under 20 Men footballers will kick off their CONCACAF Final round quest for World Cup qualification against Bermuda at the Ricardo Saprissa Stadium Costa Rica today from 1:00 pm. The Team, under headcoach Brian Williams will be looking to qualify this country to a third Under 20 World Cup following…

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    Jan-Michael denies Sports Minister comments

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    The trinidad Guardian / Central FC goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams has denied reports he criticised Minister of Sports Darryl Smith for not acknowledging his club for their achievements over the years. “My statements obviously were incorrectly interpreted,” Williams pointed out in an immediate response through T&TFA media officer Shaun Fuentes. The custodian, who is on a…

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    Tomas Elias Gonzalez Lester ||// Venezolanos en el extranjero marcharon solidarios con Leopoldo López [+Fotos]

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    Este sábado, tras cumplirse tres años de la entrega del dirigente político Leopoldo López a las autoridades, venezolanos en  el extranjero se mostraron solidarios con el dirigente político ejecutando manifestaciones cívicas   a nivel mundial para exigir la liberación de los políticos encarcelados. Líderes políticos españoles y venezolanos se reunieron para rechazar el encarcelamiento del fundador del…

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    Psicoterapeuta Tomas Elias Gonzalez ||»»// Fujimori atribuye investigaciones a sus hermanos para ocultar caso Odebrecht

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    La lideresa opositora y excandidata presidencial Keiko Fujimori atribuyó este sábado las investigaciones contra sus hermanos, por lavado de activos, a “acusaciones falsas” para ocultar las denuncias por los sobornos entregados por la brasileña Odebrecht en Perú. A través de su cuenta de Twitter , Fujimori confirmó que su hermano y legislador de Fuerza Popular, Kenji…

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    Jetsam family dispels rumour of doom

    The trinidad Guardian / Master of Ceremonies at the Jetsam Awards 2016 Anthony Harford was on target when he said, “Tonight’s Jetsam Awards has dispelled rumours that the industry is dying. Look at the turnout, fantastic.” He said, “With continued support for the industry, the challenged racing industry will survive.” When it was the turn…

  • spi_20170219161545.jpg

    Plain sailing for Cue Card

    The trinidad Guardian / Cue Card reeled in front-running course specialist Royal Regatta to win the Grade One Betfair Ascot Chase. It was a ninth top level victory for Colin Tizzard’s remarkable chaser who is now set to take his chance in the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup next month. Richard Johnson set out to make…

  • spi_20170219161535.jpg

    Latapy tells players let football do the talking

    The trinidad Guardian / Former T&T senior football team captain and coach Russell Latapy has issued an appeal to players to let their “football do the talking”. The current national Under-17 and 15 coach directed his statements at current day players on the national team, professional players and aspiring national players, saying that as athletes…

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    T&T Under-20s face Bermuda in CONCACAF qualifier today

    The trinidad Guardian / T&T’s Under 20 Men footballers will kick off their CONCACAF Final round quest for World Cup qualification against Bermuda at the Ricardo Saprissa Stadium Costa Rica today from 1:00 pm. The Team, under headcoach Brian Williams will be looking to qualify this country to a third Under 20 World Cup following…

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    Jan-Michael denies Sports Minister comments

    The trinidad Guardian / Central FC goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams has denied reports he criticised Minister of Sports Darryl Smith for not acknowledging his club for their achievements over the years. “My statements obviously were incorrectly interpreted,” Williams pointed out in an immediate response through T&TFA media officer Shaun Fuentes. The custodian, who is on a…

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    Pepper spray product in limbo

    Jamaica Gleaner / The ballooning crime problem and the recent increase in attacks on women have led to calls for more options for self-protection. Years ago, one local entre-preneur created a pepper spray product using local Scotch bonnet that would be suited for the purpose. Entrepreneur and founder of Future Services International, Yaneek Page, invested…

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    Bank fees draining dormant accounts – JBA recommends long-term deposits

    Jamaica Gleaner / The Jamaica Bankers Association (JBA) is suggesting that customers would be better off selecting a long-term savings or investment product offered by their banks, rather than leaving the funds idle in a regular savings account. Over time, such idle funds are eventually designated as ‘inactive’ and ‘dormant’ and become subject to charges….

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    PAGING DR ROWLEY

    The trinidad Guardian / Before Dr Rowley became the prime minister, before he was appointed political leader of the People’s National Movement, we should remember that, for a while, he was treated as a pariah by members of his own party. Along with being dismissed from the Cabinet, there was also a very ‘public’ falling…

  • Cyar leave Rose

    News day / McCartha “Calypso Rose” Lewis is the Calypso Queen of the world and she recently rocked the world when she copped the Album of the Year at the French version of the Grammy’s, the Victoires de la Musique, for her platinum selling album Far From Home. And like the titular flower, Rose’s 16-track…

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    How to prepare for GSAT

    Jamaica Gleaner / The Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) had its first sitting in 1999, becoming the new terminal assessment for primary school students wishing to transition to a secondary school of their choice. On average, 40, 000 students sit the examination each year. Of this number, at least 70 per cent of the cohort…

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    3Canal cutting the maljo*

    Trinidad Express / Fine wine ages well in the right conditions, but there are some vintages that in spite of the most dreadful of conditions, will still become sweeter to the palette. Rapso group 3Canal is just such a vintage and over the past 20 years since they popped onto the scene with the evergreen…

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    Ministry of Education endorses Stay Alert App

    Jamaica Gleaner / The Ministry of Education Youth and Information has endorsed the use of the Stay Alert App developed by the Ministry of National Security. This app is one way for students, teachers, and other persons to be proactive in taking personals steps to aid in their safety. The ministry also notes that many…

  • Junior Elite Track and Field Project launched

    News day / For a six-month period, 43 athletes (24 boys and 19 girls) will be engaged in the junior elite pilot project with a philosophy that takes a 360-degree approach to developing prospective podium athletes into an elite status, through the implementation of multidisciplinary procedures. Ten of the 43 athletes will be engaged in…

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    Self-care 101

    Jamaica Gleaner / So many of us use our time to take care of just about everyone in our lives that we oftentimes neglect the most important person – ourselves. Outlook has decided to break the silence of self-care, debunking the myths associated with it so you can actively make it a part of your…

  • Lady Gypsy lashes PNM

    News day / Verse after verse, Lady Gypsy (Lynette Steele) knocked Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his Government for failing “to take care of his own” since coming into office in 2015 . In her cleverly constructed song “Plight of My People”, Lady Gypsy was able to win over the patrons who even raised…

  • Use Rose’s win to boost tourism

    News day / He was speaking on Friday at the Business of Calypso Workshop hosted by Calypso Rose and MusicTT and held at the University of Trinidad and Tobago, National Academy for the Performing Arts, Port-of-Spain. Arnold said Rose has given the country and the word a lot and has been able to amplify this…

  • TCL demands apology from Rock Hard

    News day / TCL claims the articles have caused and is likely to cause damage to its reputation and business including financial harm. It also says that Rock Hard Limited has begun a campaign claiming that its product is superior to TCL’s and this campaign is contrary to sections 7 and 8 of the Protection…

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    No personal threat over ?power and the glory?

    Jamaica Gleaner / When The Sunday Gleaner , asked singer/songwriter Ernie Smith on a recent visit to his St Ann stomping grounds if he had any regrets in nearly half century in Jamaican popular music, he paused before replying. “I wasted a lot of time,” he said eventually. “I should never have left Jamaica. I…

  • O’Brien-trained horses top Jetsam Awards

    News day / The ceremony was held at the Century Ballroom of the Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday night. And the O’Brien trained Thisonesforon was named Horse of the Year for his outstanding perforances during the 2016 season, winning six races including the rich Gold Cup and finishing second three times. Leading Lady from the…

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