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Trinidad Tobago, Newsday, Inglês - Trinidad and Tobago mauled 11-1 by Dominican Republic, exit Concacaf Futsal Champs
Sports Roneil Walcott 2 Hrs Ago Dominican Republic players celebrate a goal during their 7-6 win over the US in the 2024 Concacaf Futsal Championship at the Polideportivo Alexis Argüello stadium, Managua, Nicaragua on April 14. – Photo courtesy Concacaf Trinidad and Tobago’s men’s futsal team fell to a humiliating 11-1 loss in their final group game at the 2024 Concacaf Futsal Championship in Managua, Nicaragua on April 15, as they were hammered by Dominican Republic to crash out of the group stage. Having suffered respective 7-4 and 5-3 losses to the US and Guatemala in their first two games of the tournament, coach Paul Decle’s team needed a victory in their final group game to give themselves a chance of advancing to the quarterfinals as one of the best third-placed teams. TT started the game on the back foot, as Che Benny, who scored three goals in the first...
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Residents of Arouca and members of the Five Rivers Cultural Caravan held a candlelight vigil in honour and memory of 4-year-old Amarah Lallitte who was killed a week ago. Video by Jesse Ramdeo Facebook
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Trinidad Tobago, Newsday, Inglês - Next-gen news consumers. What do they want?
Commentary Mark Lyndersay 4 Hrs Ago Mark Lyndersay – BitDepth#1454 Mark Lyndersay On MARCH 5, FT Strategies formally launched the findings of a study of how today’s generation of news consumers finds their information. The collaborative project, undertaken by FT and the Knight Lab with support from the Google News Initiative, conducted 45 in-depth interviews with 18 to 25-year-olds from India, Nigeria and the US. Most of these consumers were born after 2000. The project seeks to address the next great hurdle that journalism will face. In the first decade of the mass internet, media companies set aside subscription and payment models, offering almost all of their reporting for free pursuing an audience in this new medium. Media embraced search engines indexing their stories and social media passing them along, ceding critical functions of finding stories and distributing them (clearly so only in retrospect) to companies that monetised them so...
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Tonight… Fair conditions interrupted by partly cloudy intervals with few showers. Tomorrow… Fair to partly cloudy and breezy conditions with intervals of showers over some areas. Night-time will be mostly fair despite few isolated showers. Gusty winds possible near showers. For more… https://www.cnc3.co.tt/weather-forecast-tonight-and-tomorrow-70/ Facebook
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Trinidad Tobago, Newsday, Inglês - Edwards elected TTFA boss, eyes 2026 World Cup qualification
Sports Newsday Reporter 6 Hrs Ago Kieran Edwards, left, newly elected president of the TT Football Association, with former chairman of the FIFA-appointed normalisation committee Robert Hadad, at the Home of Football, Couva on April 13. – Kieron Edwards emerged as the new president of the TT Football Association (TTFA), securing a resounding victory over his opponent Colin Wharfe in the recent election. Edwards’ Team Progressive triumphed over Wharfe’s Team Transformation with a commanding margin of 38-19 votes cast by the elective congress at the Home of Football in Couva. Expressing gratitude for his win, Edwards attributed his success to divine grace and expressed humility and honor in assuming the presidency. The successful Team Progressive slate includes notable figures such as former national cricketer Colin Murray as first vice-president and Osmond Downer as second vice-president, among others. In a display of sportsmanship, Edwards acknowledged his defeated opponents and emphasized the...
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Cultural icon and reigning Calypso Monarch, Machel Montano, poured his heart out sharing a message to inspire Tobago’s CSEC and Cape awardees, during a ceremony on Friday, at the Shaw Park Cultural Complex. For more… https://www.cnc3.co.tt/montano-shares-message-of-inspiration-with-tobagos-csec-and-cape-awardees/ Facebook
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Trinidad Tobago, Newsday, Inglês - Two men killed within hours in Claxton Bay, Carapichaima
News Laurel V Williams An Hour Ago Police car – File photo Two men were killed hours apart between Friday and Saturday in Claxton Bay and Carapichaima. Dead are Sham Bridgelal, 56, of Macaulay in Claxton Bay and Richard Samlal, 50, of Carapichaima. At around 12.15 am on Saturday, Bridgelal was shot and killed by gunmen who opened fire on a group of people who were attending the wake of his murdered sister-in-law, Crystal Harricharan, 35, at Boodoo Trace in Claxton Bay. Bridgelal died on the spot, and there were no reports of others being injured. His sister-in-law was shot dead in her car on April 9 at Jarvis Street in Vistabella. Meanwhile, less than two hours before Bridgelal’s death, Samlal was stabbed during an altercation at a bar near his home. At around 10.30 pm on Friday, Samal together with the suspect and other patrons were playing pool at...
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A brief glimmer of hope quickly faded after missing Tobago man Richie Cox’s body was sighted drifting out at sea, but it had vanished by the time the dive team reached the scene. For more… https://www.cnc3.co.tt/missing-tobago-mans-body-spotted-then-vanishes-out-to-sea/ Facebook
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Trinidad Tobago, Newsday, Inglês - House approves appointments to Revenue Authority
News Clint Chan Tack 10 Minutes Ago Finance Minister Colm Imbert. – File photo THE House of Representatives has approved the nominations of three people to serve in top positions in the Trinidad and Tobago Revenue Authority (TTRA). The approvals came on April  12 when Finance Minister Colm Imbert debated three motions to appoint Patsy Latchman-Atterbury, Helen Thomas-Brown and Riad Juman as the authority’s director-general, deputy director-general (domestic tax) and deputy director-general (customs and excise). On the agreement of government and opposition MPs, Imbert debated the motions simultaneously. Latchman-Atterbury and Thomas-Brown’s appointments were approved by respective votes of 19-14. Juman’s appointment was approved by a vote of 20-17. When he debated the motions, Imbert said the trio were all suitably qualified for their respective positions. He gave examples of their respective qualifications. Imbert said as director-general, Latchman-Atterbury has the dual responsibility of institutional building and strategic and operational leadership of the...
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