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Jumbie takes over town

Machel Montano’s Jumbie has without a doubt shattered the hopes of all other Road March contenders for Carnival 2007, as no other song was played as much at the judging point in downtown Port-of-Spain yesterday afternoon...

Smooth sailing for bands at Queen’s Park

The National Carnival Commission’s (NCC) Parade of the Bands along Queen’s Park West truly stood up to the test...

Blame crime, uncertainty about venues

South bandleaders yesterday reported reductions in the numbers of people who played mas in south Trinidad, saying crime had severely affected the greatest show on earth...

Rain delays South mas

Early morning showers put a damper on Carnival celebrations in San Fernando for a second day yesterday, forcing small, medium and large bands to delay their appearance on the streets...

Murder accused in court today

A 26-year-old Bamboo resident will appear before a Tunapuna magistrate today, charged with the murder of fruit vendor Asheme Sunny...



Caricom seeks PetroCaribe talks with Caracas

Prime Minister Patrick Manning and two of his Caribbean Community (Caricom) colleagues are seeking a meeting with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to discuss the PetroCaribe deal and other energy matters...

More food than fete

One of the most popular day fetes during Carnival week—Escape to Playa Del Este all-inclusive—remains a memory-making event...


Dehring says World Cup is here

The two-week mark to ICC CWC 2007 warm-up matches - the entire ICC Cricket World Cup West Indies 2007 organisation has entered tournament mode...

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HCU on the rise

HARRY HARNARINE’s office on the top floor of the Hindu Credit Union’s (HCU) four-storey blue glass building in Chaguanas gives him a commanding view over the burgeoning borough...

Masqueraders revel in the rain

Overcast skies and occasional showers failed to “jumbie” the spirit of revelry that flowed through the streets of Port-of-Spain on Carnival Tuesday...

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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