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Blaze de fire
A devil spits fire as Viey La Cou revisited the traditions of Carnival with portrayals by fancy sailors, jab jabs, devils and other ole time mas characters at Boy Scout headquarters, St Ann’s, yesterday.
Photo: Andrea De Silva

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Traffic madness

Party-lovers saw the sun rise from the western peninsula of Chaguaramas yesterday as a gridlock had them paralysed, making it impossible for them to go home...

Senior cop: We don’t grant fete licences

Assistant Commissioner of Police (Mobile) Nazmul Hosein said yesterday that it may be discriminating to grant a fete licence to one club and deny others because they were located in the same area...

Cro Cro in the final

Eleven of calypso’s best will strap on their armour to battle each other and defending National Calypso Monarch Chalkdust for his crown on Carnival Sunday...

SAGHS moves on

St Augustine Girls’ High School got the better of Barataria Junior Secondary as yet another round of preliminary RBTT Young Leaders debate took place last Friday...

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McCann appoints consumer insights director

Sacha de Souza-Thompson was recently named director of client services and consumer insights of McCann Erickson (Trinidad) Ltd by Jens Olesen, president of McCann Latin America and Caribbean...

King David reigns

Nothing surprises David Rudder: not the violence that permeates T&T; not the emptiness, the lack of creativity—not even the unashamed use of pop melodies that now define soca music...

Windies wary of fired-up Pakistan

As if to reinforce Brian Lara’s contention that no-one has the advantage ahead of the final preliminary match of the VB Series, Pakistan’s three-wicket victory over Australia on Sunday...

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Mario’s growing with new dough

After years in which the business was as flat as one of its pizzas, one of this country’s oldest fast food operations is responding to the recent growth in the industry...

Doug E Fresh beats off Xtatik drummer

When Machel Montano’s Alternative Concert came on the scene in 2003, it was a much-welcomed concept for Carnival lovers who did not want the ram and cram of a fete...

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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