Monday 24th January, 2005

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A member of the Tokyo Steel Orchestra goes through his paces during the Medium Band category at yesterday’s National Panorama semifinals at the Queen’s Park Savannah. The work of scalpers forced officials to shut down the North Stand after it became overcrowded. Both the North and Grand Stands were eventually reopened.
Photo: Anthony Harris

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Scalpers cause pan confusion

National Carnival Commission, Pan Trinbago and police officials were forced to open up the North and Grand Stands last night, after patrons attempting to get into the National Panorama semifinals at Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, began rioting...

Mayor making mas with traffic plan

If San Fernandians thought they had seen the end of the traffic plan, think again. Mayor Ian Atherly has capitalised on the raging controversy surrounding his idea of transforming High Street into a pedestrian mall, by giving birth to his 2005 J’ouvert presentation, aptly named “D Sando Traffic Plan...

Cop stabbed at Wasa fete goes home

PC Kevin Kingston, who was stabbed in the chest during Friday’s Wasa fete in St Joseph, has been discharged from hospital...

Aids specialist: Too many young children having sex

HIV/Aids specialist at San Fernando General Hospital, Dr Ricardo Mohammed, says the nation’s primary school students are sexually active, and is calling on the Government to introduce HIV/Aids awareness programmes in schools before it is too late...

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RBTT partners with UNDP for tsunami relief

RBTT plans to join the T&T, Barbados and other sub-regional offices of the United Nations Development Programme in launching regional support for tsunami-ravaged countries...

Govt gearing up for rainy season flooding

With the dry season upon us (though you’d never know it from the weather), ministries are gearing up for the next rainy season as they embark on a maintenance campaign targeted towards cleaning and dredging the nation’s drains and rivers...

T&T completes double against visiting Azerbaijan

T&T completed the double over Azerbaijan in the friendly two-match football series, winning the final match yesterday 2-0, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella...

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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...

Rampartap captures chutney soca crown

Heeralal Rampartap has won the International Chutney Soca Monarch for a third time. He copped the title after performing his two hit selections Kay-Paharie and Run For Meh Life, before a large and appreciative crowd at Skinner Park, San Fernando...

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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