Port-of-Spain


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the capital and largest city of Trinidad and Tobago on the west coast of the island of Trinidad

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Port-of-Spain [Trinidad and Tobago], December 31 ( ANI ): An earthquake of magnitude 4.
Despite the heat generated by a raging controversy over the naming of a luxury suite after him, Sachin Tendulkar will be in Port-of-Spain today for the opening of the Brian Lara Stadium - an event that will also be marked by a match in which the two cricket legends will lead their respective XIs.
Police Commissioner Stephen Williams said three inmates brandishing guns escaped Friday from a prison in Port-of-Spain.
According to the Associated Press, American Airlines said that the pilot detected a hydraulic problem and turned Flight 181 around to land back at Port-of-Spain without any reported injuries to the 188 passengers or seven crew members on board.
Penny Commissiong-Chow, the communications manager of the local organising committee, said: "The Pakistan players and officials were preparing to go sightseeing while the South Africans were taken from the venue to a Port-of-Spain restaurant where they had breakfast.
Panama City and Port-of-Spain are fighting to outdo each other to offer the best economic perks and incentives.
If the working-poor neighborhood of Port-of-Spain described in the book's title is "one-dimensional," it is the best one-dimensionality achieved in literature anywhere in the contemporary Caribbean, with the possible exception of poetic giant Aime Cesaire's Martinique.
Executives note that the Port-of-Spain warehouse is the 22nd store opened by PriceSmart in 11 countries in less than three years.
The three victims had been at a house near Port-of-Spain where Mr Cropper lived.
His play Moon on a Rainbow Shawl, about a man's struggle to escape a Port-of-Spain slum, was first produced in London in 1958 and then revised for a production in New York City in 1962.
in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad; Megacable in Guadalajara, Mexico; and VTR in Santiago, Chile have all deployed RGB's Simulcast Edge Processor (SEP) in digital simulcast cable architectures within their networks.
Starting February 4, 2015, Caribbean Airlines will offer four weekly non-stop flights between Port-of-Spain and London Gatwick Airport.
Dubai, July 6 ( ANI ): West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo has been suspended for one match after his side was fined for a second minor over-rate offence within 12 months during Friday's match against India at Port-of-Spain.
Port-of-Spain, Rabi'I 29, 1434, Feb 10, 2013, SPA -- A magnitude-5 earthquake has rattled Trinidad and Tobago, but no damage or injuries have been reported.
In the mid-nineties, BWIA operated a flight from Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago through Barbados to Sao Paulo.