Tuesday 8th February, 2005

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Keith Matthews, David Wears, Marlon Rouse.

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Panday responds to budget


Chalkdust aims for eight

Calypsonian Hollis Liverpool, the Mighty Chalkdust, says he will stop competing for the monarch title when he wins it eight times...

Tribe breaks loose at the Savannah

The tribe broke loose yesterday. The costumed revellers could not be restrained. They stomped and jumped and waved, with little encouragement...

South Quay gets a pinch of Minsh

Rosalind Gabriel’s A Pinch of Minsh caused a stir at South Quay, Port-of-Spain, yesterday, as the parade of the bands got off to its typical late start...

Shurwayne out front

“Dead or Alive, we coming 2005!” sang ecstatic masqueraders as they crossed Adam Smith Square in Woodbrook, yesterday...

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‘Manos’ takes Petrokaiso crown

Carlton “Manos” Gordon is the new Petrokaiso 2005 Monarch. Gordon, who beat out a field of ten contestants, also walked away with the Best Melody prize on January 28 at the Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre...

Chalkie scores again

Eustace keeps king title, Pam Gordon takes queen

Chalkdust crushed his fellow calypsonians’ hopes on Sunday night to keep the Calypso Monarch throne, his seventh win of the most prestigious calypso competition in the world...

Ames places 24th at FBR Open

T&T’s golf ace Stephen Ames placed 24th at the FBR Open on Sunday after carding a superb final round five-under 66 at the Tournament Players Club course...

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Williams praises new deputy Governor... Joan was the strongest

Joan John, the brand-new deputy Governor of T&T’s Central Bank, has received the strongest endorsement possible from her new boss—Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams...


Paint, mud rules in Central

J’Ouvert celebrations in Central Trinidad kicked off with copious smearings of mud and paint on the bodies of scantily clad revellers at three big locations. Revellers, feters and onlookers alike flocked by the thousands to witness J’Ouvert at stages in Chaguanas, Carapichaima and Couva...

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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Feb 8
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