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'Super Cooper' sheds tears of joy
Posted: Monday, September 11, 2017

'Super Cooper' sheds tears of joy
Tears and champagne flowed at the Brian Lara Academy early Sunday morning after the Trinbago Knight Riders beat St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by three wickets to clinch their second Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title in front of their adoring fans.

Traffic chaos mars CPL final

Efforts to bring TT nationals home
GOVERNMENT is doing all it can, through its various agencies as well as in partnership with regional and international partners, to bring home TT nationals who have been stranded in Caribbean countries which were affected by Hurricane Irma last week.

T&T helicopter sent to Barbuda
Government had promised to send the helicopter to assist, but was unable to get it there previously due to the weather conditions.

PM to act for Maxie
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley will be returning home a day later than scheduled as Hurricane Irma hit Florida yesterday.

Trinis ride out storm in closet
A Trinidadian who evacuated her Clearwater, Florida, home to flee Hurricane Irma still ended up facing the storm's fury yesterday.

Hurricane Irma potentially spawns 'zoonoses'

Kamla calls for probe of $100m Petrotrin disparity
...asking them to investigate the findings of an internal audit which shows that a lease operator owned by a People's National Movement financier had defrauded Petrotrin of close to $100 million over the past six months.

No probe into Rambarran, say AG, cops

Bank selling Tobago hotelier's 2 properties

More COP fall out over leadership polls
A Congress of the People (COP) executive member resigned yesterday as conflict over the eligibility of Nicole Dyer Griffith to run for the leadership of the party continues.

Kidnap victim released, no ransom paid
Beharry was at at his business place when four men dressed in police uniform snatched him and took him away. A TT$100,000 ransom was then demanded for his safe return.

Large turnout but not enough for world record
IN Carnival-like atmosphere, more than 500 moko jumbies assembled at Skinner Park in San Fernando yesterday and created history in Trinidad by having the largest number of stilt walkers in one place.

Dillon: Search on for new FSC pathologist
National Security Minister Edmund Dillon says his ministry is looking at suitable local and regional candidates to replace Russian-born pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov, who resigned two days ago.

Licensing official's home raided
The home of a Licensing official in east Trinidad was photographed and searched on Saturday night, following a report by a 27-yearold woman that she was allegedly sexually assaulted after a night out with the official at his home.

Angry mob swarms police
Irate people, believed to be Beetham residents came to the rescue of a man, whom police claimed drew a gun and pointed at them.

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