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Citizens, visitors 'free up'
Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Citizens, visitors 'free up' for Carnival: No stress, no crime worry
Trinidad breathed again yesterday, showing the world the unique, vibrant beauty of its culture after its ugliest face—crime—dominated the national discussion for so long. The spirit of mas brought joy and a much-needed release to thousands of people at the Queen's Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain, on Carnival Tuesday. While the Grand Stand was moderately packed and the North Stand relatively empty, the stage stole the show.

Tourists in love with T&T; Socadrome a hit with patrons

Bands bring vibrant choreography to Savannah stage

The Carnival ole mas kept alive in Sando
In the midst of San Fernando's Jouvert celebrations involving thousands of revellers were a group of 26 people representing two bands trying to hold on to Carnival's earlier times.

Two-horse race for road march title – BUNJI VS TEJA
YOUNG King Mical Teja's runaway hit DNA faced stiff competition from Bunji Garlin's Carnival Contract, as the race for the coveted Road March crown tightened between the two performers.

Fishermen and Friends: Tobago oil spill could get worse

Deaf university lecturer vows to return for Carnival 2025
Snoddon took part in J'Ouvert celebrations with about 40 other deaf people and said although she did not play mas this year, she now understands what Carnival is about.

Teach kaiso in school, says Machel
He said despite being an artiste for 40 years, he was learning new things about calypso due his current enrolment in Carnival Studies at UTT.

Hinds: No major explosion of violence for Carnival 2024
He made the comment while addressing the media at South Quay during a walkabout in Port of Spain on Carnival Tuesday with Commissioner of Police (CoP) Erla Harewood-Christopher and the other heads of the various armed forces.

Cops probe deadly chopping in Cunupia
They were told by a 15-year-old, who lives at the house, that he heard the dog barking inside the house and woke up to check. It was then he saw his 29-year-old uncle and another man, identified as Michael Samaroo, fighting in the bathroom area.

Partially burnt body found in Gasparillo
The police said at around 8.30 am on Monday, a relative went to visit Jagdeo and noticed a foul stench coming from the back of the wooden shack.

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