Tuesday 24th February, 2004

 
 
 
 
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Even ‘Saddam’ was playing mas

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‘South revellers free to use any street’

Assistant Commissioner of Police (South) Dennis Graham has given the all-clear for panmen, revellers and southern bands masqueraders to parade on any street in San Fernando today, without facing arrest...

This one is for Preddie — Chalkie

Newly-crowned Calypso Monarch Dr Hollis “Chalkdust” Liverpool has dedicated his victory to the late calypso maestro, Lord Pretender, Alric Farrell...

CoP: Everything’s under control

J’Ouvert was a safe opening to Carnival parade of bands in downtown Port-of-Spain. At the end of the celebrations which ended sharply at 9 am after a 5 am start, save for the littered streets, there were no reports of any major crimes...

‘De Band’ out front in Road March race

Shurwayne Winchester’s “De Band Coming” took an early lead in the Road March race as the masqueraders’ tune of choice in downtown Port-of-Spain yesterday...

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Bajan businessman calls for truce

The head of a Barbadian conglomerate that exports to T&T believes a prolonged trade dispute would only create anxiety and animosity among the citizens of both countries, the Barbados Nation has reported...

Chalkie wins for Cro Cro

Calypsonian Cro Cro didn’t make it to the Big Yard for Dimanche Gras as a contestant with his controversial song “Face Reality,” but the tiny terror was there in more than spirit. Chalkdust’s song “Fish Mongrel” was about how Cro Cro is feared and, along with “Trinidad in the Cemetery,” it won him his sixth Calypso Monarch title...

Windies, India tangle

The West Indies Under-19s aim for a win today to protect their Super League Group-1 leadership when they face India in an unfamiliar day/night match, and the team’s management is keen on winning the toss...

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What is Barbados giving in return?

International law lecturer says argument is weak

Barbados has been saying they want more access to the fish in T&T’s waters, but they have not been offering anything in return said Anselm Francis, a senior lecturer at the Institute of International Relations...

Even ‘Saddam’ was playing mas

Like the masqueraders and onlookers who thronged to the streets of Port-of-Spain early yesterday morning, police officers came out in their thousands to oversee the opening of the last two glorious days of Carnival 2004...

Sherwayne Winchester of the band Traffik is considered a front-runner for the Road March title with his song The Band Coming. He was a hit at the recently held Bishops All-inclusive when he left the stage to dance with the crowd. Click below to see more fete photos...

 
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