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2011 Year in review
ARGUABLY 2011 was the year of the five percent wage increase offer, with Government saying it couldn’t afford to pay more and trade unions saying nothing less than a double digit offer would do.
IT WAS the year a state of emergency was declared after a spate of violent crime; a plot to kill Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar surfaced; Jack Warner quit as a FIFA vice-president amid bribery allegations and Patrick Manning apologised to the nation for his tenure in office. As we usher in 2012, here is a look back at the top ten stories in (...)
TRINIDAD AND Tobago football suffered from unparalleled controversy and failure to qualify for four major tournaments in 2011, including the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Grabbing the biggest headlines in culture and entertainment in 2011 was the success of Trinidad and Tobago’s Anya Ayoung Chee on the American television series, Project Runway. She came away a big winner, and with that win came a fair amount of international recognition and “Anyamania” in TT.
EPHRAIM SERRETTE, president of the National Association for Athletics Administration (NAAA) has described 2011 as a progressive year for track and field.
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