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THE Soca Princesses’ passage to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup was blocked yesterday by an impregnable Dinnia Diaz in the Costa Rican goal. The custodian emerged the heroine for the Central Americans who beat Trinidad and Tobago 3-0 on kicks from the penalty spot to book their ticket in Sunday’s Concacaf Women’s Championship final and more importa(...)

DISPLAYING emotions ranging from desperation to anger, a Tobago mother is lashing out against police on the island for not following leads given them by the family and not doing enough to find her 12-year-old daughter who has been missing and feared abducted since last week Friday.

President Anthony Carmona has decided to maintain public silence on his threat to sue comedienne and radio talk-show personality Rachel Price for comments she made about his wife’s attire on the air. The President is following the advice of his attorneys not to discuss the issue publicly.

TUNAPUNA/PIARCO Regional Corporation (TPRC) chairman Edwin Gooding came in for a mix of criticism and a sympathetic offer of help, from his predecessor, Khadijah Ameen, over yesterday’s seizure of some of the corporation’s equipment by a creditor.

THE Tobago Hindu Society (THS) received a deed for four lots of land in Signal Hill from Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London on Tuesday.

NATIONAL Security Minister Gary Griffith yesterday said the inability of the Air Guard to deploy helicopters to provide aerial surveillance during the night of October 16, when the country experienced an extensive power outage, “does not relate to negligence on the part of the Air Guard or the helicopters’ fitness for purpose or capabilities.”

CHAMBER of Commerce CEO and glass ceiling breaker Catherine Kumar, in her speech after being conferred with an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of the West Indies (UWI), advised UWI graduands that their degree is no “magic wand” to get a job and cautioned them about a “surge of entitlement”.

UNIVERSITY of the West Indies social sciences valedictorian Kamaira Gopaul encouraged her fellow graduands not to be solely defined by their degrees and to not let compensation be their sole motivation.

FIRE gutted two businesses in separate incidents — one at a car parts business and the other at a non-functioning service station — in south Trinidad early yesterday morning, resulting in millions of dollars in losses. The causes of both fires are yet to be established and there were no reports of injuries.

THERE was no issue of infectious diseases with the arrival on Wednesday of American vessel Lauren Foss in TT waters from Pointe Noire, Republic of Congo, for a changeover of its crew, according to the National Ebola Prevention, Information and Response Team (NEPIRT).

ONE day after heavy flooding in several areas of Siparia and Fyzabad, residents were shovelling mud from their homes and sweeping muddy water from their yards.



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