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I note with interest the guarded call from president of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) Gregory Aboud to hold Carnival 2021, even a watered-down version. I support him. I’ll go even further. It shouldn’t be a watered-down version. Remember Carnival 2020? We were in the middle of this “pandemic” and we had a full-blown Carnival, with 40,000 foreigners visiting, and no untoward consequences. Surely, 2021 should be safer, without the 40,000?

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Having played mas from age 18 to recently, and having done so from Jouvert, Carnival Monday, Tuesday and last lap, fete until soaking wet, sup…

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President of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) Gregory Aboud says the spat between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and T&T Chamber CEO Gabriel Faria is unfortunate.

Aboud was weighing in yesterday on a statement made by Rowley on his official Facebook page in which he accused the Chamber CEO of having an “acid tongue” and trying to influence voters.

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Criminals have taken advantage of the shutdown in the country to go on a crime spree, burglarising and looting several businesses in the capital city.

Non-essential businesses in Tri­nidad and Tobago have been shut down until April 30, in an effort to contain the deadly COVID-19 virus.