Pan Splash brings 'Boogsie' to tears
Posted: Friday, February 14, 2014
Pan Splash brings 'Boogsie' to tears: 'Nobody cares about steelpan'
Panmen yesterday knocked PanTrinbago's decision to allow Pan Splash at Sunday's National Panorama semi-finals at the Queen's Park Savannah
EYES ON THE MAS
installation of 18 surveillance cameras around QPS
Senate President: 'Don't discriminate'
SENATE President Timothy Hamel-Smith yesterday said no law should discriminate against any group, including gays
Fears of gay acceptance take over reform talks
Chaguanas, public consultation on the draft constitutional reform report.
Sat opposes giving rights to 'deviants'
Secretary General of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha Sat Maharaj said yesterday he is surprised by Catholic priest Dr Fr Stephen Geofroy's advocacy for gay rights as he believes gay people are deviants
First Citizens boss buys $14m in shares
Rowley, Permell want answers on IPO deal
OWTU to battle for 6 dismissed Petrotrin workers
PNM splinter group thinks legal action over voting forms
The To Preserve the Balisier (TPTB) group is looking to legal action over the unavailability of registration forms for members to vote in the PNM's internal election
Rowley brushes off Lee Sing
Louis Lee Sing's complaint of an amnesty to let non-financial members of the People's National Movement (PNM) vote in the May 18 internal election.
Rowley draws battle lines 'Don't put square pegs in round holes'
Penny's dad in her corner
It will be me!
Kamla: A woman PM next year...
House meets today to debate proposals to Standing Orders
The House of Representatives will meet at 10 a.m. today to debate major changes to the Standing Orders proposed by the Standing Orders Committee
Nurses want exam to stay
THE NURSES Association yesterday called on Minister of Health Dr Fuad Khan to quash a plan to remove a qualification examination in order to open up the nursing sector to more labour.
10 kidney transplants done since 2006
TEN kidney transplants have been performed since 2006 using organs from deceased persons, and 300 citizens have signed up to donate their organs when they die.
Minister on teen pregnancies: Doctors must report them
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has joined the call for doctors, parents and guardians to report teen/rape pregnancies.
NPTA chief: Zero tolerance against abuse of children
Programme to help youths launched
Tobago cops: Report sex crimes
Death sentence a bit too harsh
The Privy Council has quashed the death sentence imposed on a 36-year-old man convicted of murdering a fireman during a carjacking in 2002.
$2.7M for 170 steelbands with no sponsors
Sparrow laps up praise at lecture series: 'The crown is the thing'
Canboulay Productions to raise $.1m for Sparrow
Carnival copyright war brews
In a letter to NCC chairman Allison Demas, attorney Asha Watkins-Montserin on behalf of TTCO's chief executive Richard Cornwall claimed his organisation was owed in excess of $1 million for each of the three years 2009 to 2012.
Japan's Ann-G in Power final
Japanese soca singer Ann-G will get the chance to represent her country in this year's Play Whe International Power Soca Monarch final on Fantastic Friday, February 28
Family disputes cops' version of man's shooting
Relatives of murder suspect Anthony Hepburn, who was shot dead by police at his Claxton Bay home on Tuesday, are disputing the police account of how the incident occurred.
Cocoa price goes up to $20 a kilo
Due to a good cocoa crop last year...
'Self Help' ready to assist family living in duck pen
Cops look to Facebook
INVESTIGATORS probing the disappearance on Monday of cosmetology student Nicole Jaggan, 18...
Wife burns husband with hot iron
Reports of men being physically and emotionally battered by their wives have been engaging the attention of the Victims and Witness Support Unit as more men have been finding the courage to seek help
Watchman killed at Grande hardware
A 60-year-old watchman who took up duties Wednesday night at a hardware in Sangre Grande was found murdered yesterday morning.
Man killed in fire under bridge
POLICE are investigating the death of 52-year-old Deodath Lall whose charred remains were found under a bridge in Tunapuna yesterday morning
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