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Posted: Monday, July 14, 2014

First European team to win in South America

Fans celebrate German victory

Brawn, determination seal it for four-time champions

Argentine ambassador commends Messi
Strong words of commendation for Argentina's star player Lionel Messi came from Argentine Ambassador to T&T, Marcelo Salviolo yesterday

PM's grandson steals show at Brazil luncheon
AMONG a gathering of world leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was Kristiano Bissessar

Seemungal: 10,000 squatters in one constituency
In one constituency in North East Trinidad alone, there are "just over 10,000 squatters" on State lands says Land and Marine Resources Minister Jairam Seemungal.

Maharaj: No democracy when 41 people can trump 1.3 million

THA eyes Brazilian market

Three chikungunya cases in T&T
Chikungunya, commonly known as CHIKV, has entered 26 Caribbean countries and "it is spreading at one country per week"...

Senate President on drop out rate: Students finding school meaningless

Maracas bridge to be refurbished
...members of the public are advised to exercise due caution while in that area.

The Dog Control Act
Law Made Simple

Drug Treatment grads get second lease on life
THE first batch of graduates of the San Fernando Drug Treatment Court (DTC) have been advised to appreciate and take full advantage of all they have learned from the DTC

Malala to visit month end
PAKISTANI youth activist Malala Yousafzai is scheduled to visit Trinidad and Tobago at month end at the invitation of Minister of Tertiary Education, and Skills Training Fazal Karim.

Mariquita's mysterious life
Last of Johnson clan died a recluse in 1983

Result of bottled up pain
That's how grief stricken father Sookdeo Ragoo, 87, summed up last Friday's murder/suicide action of his son Donald Ragoo, 51.

Contractor shot dead: cops warn business owners
BUSINESS owners need to be more cautious when conducting monetary transactions and, if necessary, they should hire security officers.

Alexander: Killers exploiting loopholes in policing
According to real-time crime-tracker website Bullet Points, for the last three weekends there were more than five people killed each weekend.

Residents 'bash' police at St James town meeting
...if policing and patrols were as efficient as was the wrecking of cars in St James, Woodbrook and Port of Spain then Trinidad and Tobago would be a very safe place.

After searches and 'arrests' Laventille residents claim soldier abuse

WASA: Licence needed to abstract water
WITH a rice farmer set to appear before the Chaguanas court next month for illegally abstracting water

Retrial in murder case
...Hung jury

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