Archive | October, 2005

The day T&T shook

AN EARTHQUAKE rocked several parts of Trinidad last night and was felt as far away as Scarborough in Tobago. The earthquake occurred at approximately 6.30 p.m. and measured 5.5 on the Richter scale. Trinidad Express article.

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Handyman to hang for murdering baby

WITH the murder toll for the year standing at 310, Trinidad and Tobago recorded its ++*first*++ murder conviction yesterday. Read the Trinidad Express article.

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'NO TERROR CELLS IN T&T'

FBI keeping watch on some people but… Ucill Cambridge ucambridge@trinidadexpress.com Head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Robert S Mueller does not believe that there are any terrorist cells operating in this country. Read the rest of the Trinidad Express article. (more…)

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Murder rate doubles in four years

THIS country’s murder rate has doubled in under four years . The Homicide Bureau recorded 310 murders up to Monday night, a record high. In 2001, the country recorded 151 homicides. Read the rest of the Trinidad Express article.

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Trinidad and Tobago Beats Mexico 2-1

By RUSKIN MARK, Associated Press Writer Thu Oct 13,12:09 AM ET PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Stern John scored two goals to help Trinidad and Tobago beat Mexico 2-1 Wednesday night and advance to a playoff against Bahrain for a berth in the World Cup. Read the rest of Trinidad and Tobago Beats Mexico 2-1 […]

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Personal SECURITY GUIDELINES

Copied from Maple Leaf International School http://www.mapleleaf-school.com/security%20guidlines.htm. Their site seems to not contain this content any more. (more…)

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"A nation on edge"

by Selwyn Ryan One of the many statements made by President Richards in his “State of the Nation” address to Parliament last Monday was that “a nation on edge cannot optimise systems and programmes that are put in place for its benefit.” And there is indeed an all pervasive feeling that “Trinidad and Tobago gone […]

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