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Dookeran see-saw continues

Arrangements for today’s United National Congress (UNC) rally were being hindered yesterday since party organisers complained they’d had no official word from UNC Political Leader Winston Dookeran on whether he will be attending, and they were being delayed in fitting him into the programme....

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Report this week on $m downtown fire

Police are expected to receive a report early this week from fire officers on their findings from last Wednesday’s multi-million-dollar fire, which razed three businesses in downtown Port-of-Spain...

No ‘acid test’ at Calypso Fiesta

Calypso Fiesta got off to a slow start yesterday without the usual dust-raising fans who normally invade Skinner Park for the “acid test...

G-Unit gang strikes

Arima businessman Imam Hassan Ali shed tears yesterday, but not for his murdered son. “My tears are not for my son, but for the scorn and ridicule on my people because we are African Muslims,” the Jamaat al Muslimeen member said yesterday...

T&T crime on UN agenda

The rising crime rate in T&T and the rest of the Caribbean will be on the agenda of a week-long crime prevention conference called by the United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention beginning tomorrow at the Institute of Criminology...

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Liat remakes itself

As Liat celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, the “Caribbean airline” has set out on a mission to change the way it does business, with focus on customer service, relations and care...

Cutters to remember

Cutters, those delightful snacks we munch on when we’re liming with friends and having drinks. They’re also called tapas in countries like Spain and are served to you at bars there...

New Zealand wins by 81 runs

New Zealand's greater depth and variety proved too much for the West Indies in the opening fixture of the five-match One-Day International series, as the hosts completed an 81-run victory under the lights of the Westpac Stadium on Saturday night...

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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...

Kiddies take to the stage

Children came out in their numbers for the annual Red Cross Kiddies Carnival Parade at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, yesterday...

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. %
Sunday
Feb 19
Scattered Showers Tonights Low: 22° 30%
Monday
Feb 20
Scattered Showers High: 29° Low: 22° 30%
Tuesday
Feb 21
Scattered Showers High: 30° Low: 22° 30%
Wednesday
Feb 22
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Thursday
Feb 23
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Friday
Feb 24
Scattered Showers High: 30° Low: 22° 30%
Saturday
Feb 25
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 30%
Sunday
Feb 26
Showers High: 32° Low: 22° 60%
Monday
Feb 27
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 22° 60%
Tuesday
Feb 28
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 22° 40%
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