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Warner guilty of violating Fifa code

The Federation of International Football Associations ( Fifa) has ruled that Concacaf president Jack Warner violated its Code of Ethics through his involvement with Simpaul’s Travel Service, the local travel agency of which Warner and other members of his family are directors...

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Privy Council rules against Panday

Bas to answer integrity charge

Former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday had his petition for special leave to appeal to the Privy Council dismissed yesterday...

Teen sex scandal rocks Tobago

Scarborough police are now investigating a shocking sex ring in Bethel, Tobago, involving teenage girls who are being recruited as sex slaves...

Chief whip Ganga still in front row

Wednesday’s UNC executive meeting took no decision on whether UNC chief whip Ganga Singh should be removed from his post...

Official: Fire no accident

Arson is apparently suspected as the cause of the fire which destroyed several businesses and damaged others on Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain, on Wednesday...

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US$ backlog cleared says Central Bank

The backlog of demand for US dollars was cleared yesterday following the injection by the Central Bank of US$125 million “with value” as of yesterday’s date...

After J’Ouvert

There’s a kind of hush in Belmont on a Carnival Monday at about 4 pm. You could wake up confused, with the taste of stale rum in your mouth, hear that hush and think the world has stopped...

Battling Windies lose ‘bowl off’

Ian Bradshaw conceded 15 runs in the final over of the West Indies’ first-ever Twenty20 International as New Zealand scrambled to tie the scores before sneaking victory in an anti-climactic “bowl-off” yesterday at Eden Park...

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Columbus sets sail in T&T

The name Columbus is familiar to most Caribbean people, but this time around the voyage is totally different...

Lyttle returns to second home for Battle

Currently blazing the airwaves with the sweet groovy soca track Home for Carnival, rising soca superstar Kevin Lyttle will indeed be returning “home” for Carnival… T&T Carnival that is...

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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Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Friday
Feb 17
Scattered Showers Tonights Low: 22° 30%
Saturday
Feb 18
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Sunday
Feb 19
PM Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Monday
Feb 20
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Tuesday
Feb 21
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 30%
Wednesday
Feb 22
Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 60%
Thursday
Feb 23
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 40%
Friday
Feb 24
Partly Cloudy High: 31° Low: 22° 10%
Saturday
Feb 25
Partly Cloudy High: 31° Low: 22° 20%
Sunday
Feb 26
Partly Cloudy High: 31° Low: 22° 20%
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