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Soca Monarch Bunji: Fay-Ann should have won

Under a cloud of disappointment from adoring fans of Fay-Ann Lyon’s, her husband, “Fire Man” Bungi Garlin burnt his way though nine contestants to take the Power Soca Monarch title at Queen’s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain...


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Theatrical show for Dimanche Gras

Patrons will be treated to a theatrical show at Dimanche Gras tonight taking place at the Queen’s Park Savannah on the Northern Greens...

Govt should pay ransom

Kidnap victim Zalina Mohammed was allowed to speak with her relatives over the phone briefly...

Mr Minsh deplores level of greed

T&T is experiencing greed and power at every level. Senior masman Peter Minshall says he feels vulnerable, aware more than ever of his own mortality, and wished he had spoken out sooner...

River of tears as DJ Lalo laid to rest

Newspaper headlines proclaimed the number of police officers stationed in Port-of-Spain, but where were the officers who could have guaranteed increased road safety and perhaps saved Kewal “DJ Lalo” Ragbir’s life...



Don’t play the devil with your future

At Carnival time, even as a child, the mas “Play the devil” was more of an enigma to me than it was scary. The concept of “pretty mas,” face to face with the masquerade of Lucifer was an edict on the truth of human choice...

Neville Jules... Thunder God of Pan

Two Thursdays ago, at Neal and Massy Trinidad All Stars, Duke Street, Port-of-Spain panyard, octogenarian Neville Jules looks on as ace pannist Clyde Telemaque goes Chipping with St Francois Girls’ College ensemble...

Windies fight to stave off whitewash

Dogged from the very start of the tour by a succession of injuries and ailments, West Indian hopes of mounting a defiant last stand in the final One-Day International against South Africa today have been significantly compromised by more fitness worries...

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A familiar living

Canefarming resumes in Central

Thackoorie Persad holds the sharpened cutlass over his capped head and effortlessly brings it down on the cane stalks...

Bethel steelband wants taste of glory

Despite this week’s act of defiance at the final of the THA Panorama Final in Tobago, RBTT Redemption Sound Setters is serious about creating history at tonight’s national final in Skinner Park, San Fernando, by becoming the first Tobago steel orchestra to cop this most coveted title...

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Relieved Novak living the dream

Men’s Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic has spoken of his relief at breaking through for his maiden Grand Slam title after his four-set win over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Rod Laver Arena...

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