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Corneal: TTFA to decide on women’s coaching job

ANTON CORNEAL, caretaker coach of the national women’s football team, said that the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will have to decide on a full-time coach for the squad, ahead of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship in the United States. Corneal guided the TT women’s team to second spot, in the five-team CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s Qualifiers (final round group) in ...

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Corneal: TTFA to decide on women’s coaching job

ANTON CORNEAL, caretaker coach of the national women’s football team, said that the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will have to decide on a full-time coach for the squad, ahead of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship in the United States. Corneal guided the TT women’s team to second spot, in the five-team CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s Qualifiers (final round group) in ...

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MP questions slow payment for Central flood victims

THE day after flood victims in Beetham received compensation cheques for damage they suffered in a flood three weeks ago, ugg pas cher femme Couva North MP Ramona Ramdial is asking why hundreds of flood victims from Couva and surrounding areas are still waiting for compensation from three years ago. puma 2018 basket Ramdial claimed she was happy to see ...

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Bus service returns to Piparo

THE Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) has resumed service to the village of Piparo. nike huarache Students, workers and pensioners have benefited from this service from August 27. moncler femme Chairman of the Princes Town Regional Corporation (PTRC) Gowrie Roopnarine joined forces with the Piparo Youth Alliance (PYA) to restore the bus service. chaussures asics Roopnarine said it was terminated ...

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Bus service returns to Piparo

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Stay home on Friday, says Shiraz Khan

IF workers heed the call by the labour movement for a day of reflection on Friday, it would be a national shutdown in which some people may not even leave their homes for the day. President of the Sheep and Goat Farmers Association Shiraz Khan said Monday, “Don’t even go out of your house. The moment you go out to ...

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OWTU members told ‘stay out’ of PNM’s Marabella meeting

Members of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union have been denied entry into the Marabella Community Facility where the People’s National Movement is hosting a public meeting on the restructuring of Petrotrin. acheter asics   A group of about three dozen workers left their positions on Market Street and walked into the yard while Energy Minister Franklin Khan spoke to the ...

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OWTU members told ‘stay out’ of PNM’s Marabella meeting

Members of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union have been denied entry into the Marabella Community Facility where the People’s National Movement is hosting a public meeting on the restructuring of Petrotrin.   A group of about three dozen workers left their positions on Market Street and walked into the yard while Energy Minister Franklin Khan spoke to the crowd. puma ...

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Griffith urges promoted cops: be vigilant, productive

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has called on recently promoted senior police to commit themselves to their duties and adopt a zero-tolerance approach to crime and criminality. The ceremony was also officiated by Deputy Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams. ugg classic Basse Speaking at a brief ceremony at the Police Administration building, doudoune moncler pas cher Sackville Street, ugg soldes ...

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Griffith urges promoted cops: be vigilant, productive

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has called on recently promoted senior police to commit themselves to their duties and adopt a zero-tolerance approach to crime and criminality. The ceremony was also officiated by Deputy Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams. timberland soldes Speaking at a brief ceremony at the Police Administration building, bottes ugg Sackville Street, air max 1 og Port ...

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