Carnival has always been about negotiation of gendered and sexual power. Think of jamettes’ long confrontation with middle-class and religious expectations of respectability.
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Great service at Immigration Office
Good things have to be celebrated and not taken for granted these days. My wife and I and two daughters went to the Immigration Office on Frederick St on the morning of November 16, in order to apply for renewal of passports. I placed my car in the car park at about 7 am and drove out of the car park at 7.50 am, mission fully accomplished, all four of us having been attended to.
The office seemed to have opened at exactly 7 am. The staff were all courteous and efficient: those who did not have proper pictures advised as to where to go and get them, those who did not have proper photocopies of materials also advised where to go; those who needed assistance in filling the forms given that assistance—first world service to go!
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