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Asja girl wins kaiso crown

ASJA Girls’ College student Dinessa Nelson’s stirring performance won her the South Junior Calypso Monarch title at San Fernando City Hall yesterday. However, Nelson’s victory is bitter-sweet, as her school did not want her to name it because the administration frowns on Carnival.

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Imbert bats for UWI

Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Minister Colm Imbert revealed yesterday that he should be able to secure an improved pay package for protesting UWI St Augustine campus lecturers by next week...

Sharma fails in bid to get House papers

Government MPs yesterday gave a vehement “no” in response to a petition submitted by MP for Fyzabad, Chandresh Sharma...

Student cops South Junior Calypso title, but...

No glory for Asja

ASJA Girls’ College student Dinessa Nelson yesterday copped the South Junior Calypso Monarch title at the San Fernando City Hall auditorium...

Cloud hangs over Junior Panorama

With less than eight days to go before Junior Panorama, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over the competition...

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Aggregate shortage to raise prices - Coosal

CEO of Coosal’s Group of Companies is warning that the cost of multi-million dollar construction projects are likely to escalate if a severe shortage of aggregates is not urgently addressed...

Eggplant the versatile beauty

If there’s one vegetable that’s common throughout the Caribbean, it’s eggplant, also called melongene and aubergine in the French Caribbean isles. This splendid purple vegetable graces the stands of most roadside vegetable vendors, your supermarket vegetable sections and, of course, your market stalls...

Rain robs Windies

Drizzling rain at the Gabba yesterday saved Australia from a likely defeat against the West Indies in a tri-series limited-overs cricket match...

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No time for Movies says Chin

Having a ten-screen cineplex at your disposal doesn’t necessarily mean you get to see movies before they are released or at your convenience...

Carapichaima calypso promises to be hot

The stage is set for one of Central Trinidad’s hottest calypso competitions for the season. On January 14, pouring rain could not have stopped junior and senior hopefuls from showing up at the preliminary round of the Carapichaima Carnival Calypso Competition...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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