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Thema wins case, but loses $$
Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Thema wins case, but loses $$
GYMNAST Thema Williams won her case against the Trinidad And Tobago Gymnastics Federation (TTGF) for her being substituted by Canadian-born Marisa Dick to represent this country at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Attorney defends Thema's $11m lawsuit

Thema hopes victory will inspire others
It was not about money

Diabetes taking toll on TT
THERE could be many one-legged people in TT who will be living off of taxpayers in the near future, if surgeons continue to amputate limbs of those afflicted with diabetes at a rate of 500 a year.

Bharath sounds warning on Petrotrin pension plan
Republic Bank, the fund's trustee, said in a November 20 release to Petrotrin's chairman Wilfred Espinet that the fund is currently in deficit by by $2.73 billion and by 2040 will effectively have unfunded liabilities of $4 billion.

Lawyers to decide on CJ probe next month

Energy Ministry hunts 50 engineering grads
Rowley said taxpayers had invested a lot of money in the younger generation, but despite many of them attaining their qualifications they are lost within the system and many are now employed.

Wife buffs Rowley over Julien
Rowley hailed Julien's key role in establishing the Point Lisas Industrial Estate, the country's liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector and the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT.)

PoS councillors applauded for health fair
RESIDENTS of east Port of Spain applauded the city corporation and the North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) for hosting a health and wellness fair on Sunday.

'Stupid' scratch bomb victims were burdening hospitals, says Deyalsingh

Young pleased with CAL's turnaround
NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young said that the only way an airline like Caribbean Airlines Ltd (CAL) can compete in the international market and profit was to acquire better stocks.

2nd CoP death threat suspect sent to St Ann's

Death threat suspect No.3 goes to court

Abdulah: MSJ only viable option for TT

Stop cycle of 'babies having babies'

Temporary home for woman living in pavilion
Muslims of T&T visited Valasquez and offered to give them temporary lodging at the Islamic Missionary Guild at Kelly Village, Caroni, for at least six months.

Accused ibis poachers banned from Caroni Swamp

Head dumped in sea
Ghastly details emerge in Koury murder trial

Vendor stabbed over ole talk, suspect held

Painter shot dead in Belmont
Around 3.30 pm, the victim, identified only as Sherwin, was shot and killed when he arrived at the housing complex, along St Francois Valley Road, Belmont, to paint a tenant's apartment

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