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Sando crime march attracts hundreds

Tassa drummers, moko jumbies, members of a rock band, religious groups, relatives of crime victims, as well as politicians from both the ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) and the Opposition United National Congress (UNC) parties, trekked through the streets of San Fernando yesterday...

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Paul urges swift action

President of the Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO) Rev Cyril Paul is calling on the Police Service, the Army and the National Security Minister not to discriminate in assisting victims of crime...

Mom, sons arrested

Two guns, 25 rounds of ammunition and more than one kilogramme of pure cocaine, valued at $180,000, were seized during police exercises in the Northern Division yesterday...

Trinidad physicist wins global award

TRINIDADIAN Theoretical Physicist Dr Stephon Alexander has won the prestigious National Geographic Emerging Explorer award...

Cops arrest bouncer at La Romaine club

The owner of a top Southern nightclub is calling on Police Commissioner Trevor Paul to investigate allegations that policemen verbally abused and arrested one of the club’s bouncers after they were denied entry...

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Floods burst consumers' pockets

Every year, the people of Caparo deal with the crippling effects floods have on their central community. Just over a week ago, the area was under water once again. Residents were marooned and farmers lost their crops as the Caparo River burst its bank...

Pie basket

If you’re not one to eat food bought on the street‚ and you’re going to do some serious liming this weekend, then you may want to take some portable and tasty snacks along with you...

T&T has Bajans reeling

T&T had victory over Barbados, and its first regional first-class title in 21 years in sight, after three days of the Carib Beer Series match yesterday...

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Too much work, too few contractors

Foreign construction firms have been awarded more than $3 billion worth of projects in T&T. That’s the total of nine international firms that have been hired for works ranging from the waterfront project to housing...

Robin steals the show as Kaiso House opens for carnival 2006

New York-based Count Robin stole the show during Wednesday night’s opening of Kaiso House, City Hall, Port-of-Spain...

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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Scattered Showers Tonights Low: 23° 30%
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Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 23° 30%
Tuesday
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