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Lewis weighs legal options
Posted: Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Almost 28 years after the United States denied Trinidad and Tobago a World Cup berth with a 1-0 win in Port of Spain, on November 19, 1989, T&T beat the US 2-1 in their final Russia 2018 World Cup Qualifier at the Ato Boldon Stadium.

Lewis weighs legal options
Acting Port CEO shocked at email firing

JSC, Devant concerned at Lewis firing
Members of the Joint Select Committee (JSC) investigating procurement issues on the sea bridge told the T&T Guardian yesterday they were "very concerned" about the dismissal of acting Port CEO/GM Charmaine Lewis.

PATT's GM Lewis vows to defend her name

Protest after prison guard's murder

Slow mental recovery for devastated Dominicans
T&T trauma team find deep sense of loss

Charles: THA to get involved in execution stage of Sandals project

FCB CEO: We must share economic burden
First Citizens Bank intends to grow its market share rather than increase fees to compensate for the five percent increase in corporation tax

IMF: World economy is picking up speed

Stay true to your oath—Hinds
Prisons officers need to be more professional and ethical, says PNM's Fitzgerald Hinds, Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General.

Parents could be source of students' bad behaviour too, says mental expert

Schoolboy charged…again
A 17-year-old youth charged with robbery, the second charge in less than a year

Siparia West Secondary principal removed
...after a new video was uploaded to social media depicting a confrontation between him and students.

Staff wary as UTT faces cuts

Hosein: The country's poor can't eat

Hands off Columbus statue in Moruga
Activist defends historical significance of monument

Isis bombshell in budget debate
Naparima MP: Trinis detained at Iraqi camp

Game changer coming in crime fight —Dillon

3 bandits killed by cops after robbing business
Three men who robbed a woodwork shop in Cunupia were all shot and killed by responding police officers last evening.

Gun-play at the Palmiste National Park
ALARMED residents are calling on officials to investigate the men found hunting in Palmiste National Park, an internationally recognised recreation site.

'Monster' gunned down in car
Tai 'Monster' Branker was shot multiple times and killed as he sat in the front passenger seat of a Nissan Tiida car in Claxton Bay on Monday evening.

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