Friday, August 26th, 2016
Doubles & Big Red
 

MEMBERS of a Piparo family who encountered a cutlass- wielding man in their village on Tuesday, claimed divine intervention yesterday for their survival It was God and only God who saved us from death, Tricia Ramnarine told Newsday as she recalled the familys close shave at the hands of a relative at their home in Piparo.
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THE Community Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) said its management has discovered a misappropriation of $39.6 million of CEPEP funds spent on construction projects in the Oropouche East constituency of its former line minister, Dr Roodal Moonilal. CEPEP made this statement in a newspaper advertisement, in response to claims made by Moonilal. As Housing and Urban Development Minister in the former Peoples Partnership (PP) government, Moonilal was line minister for CEPEP.
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JUDGES might soon be able to sue the State if they feel they have been discriminated against.
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STEPS will soon be taken to ensure that Trinidad and Tobagos education system caters to the needs of gifted students. This was the word coming yesterday from Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, when Newsday spoke with him regarding the success of 12 year-old, Form 1 student, Frederick Thomas Jr. in math at the Caribbean Secondary Entrance Certificate (CSE C) examination in May. Thomas Jr. was 11 when he sat the exam and attained a distinction in the subject, making him quite possibly the youngest in the nation to sit the exam and get a distinction.
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THE Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) made an impassioned plea yesterday for an end to continued bloodshed.
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BRAZILIAN contracting firm Constructura OAS has been ordered to pay Fyzabad-based contractor, Trinidad Tent Rentals (TTR) a little over $2 million.
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