NCC drops internet plan
Posted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
NCC drops internet plan
Trinidadians and other fans of Carnival living abroad may be facing a blackout after the tendering process for the television production rights to stream a dozen Carnival shows and mas online were quashed by the National Carnival Commission (NCC).
All Stars in front for Panorama title
Eight-time Panorama champions Neal & Massy Trinidad All Stars, playing the Clive Telemaque/Shirlaine Hendrickson composition Excitement, amassed 274 points to lead the large conventional bands
'Excitement' puts All Stars on top
Pan Splash gets dry response
'Pan Splash' will be back
Organisers: We broke even in spite of negative publicity...
BODYGUARD IN KAISO SEMIS
Roger "Bodyguard" Mohammed has made the grade with his "False Papers" qualifying for the semifinals of the 2014 Calypso Monarch competition
Bodyguard in, Aloes out of Kaiso Monarch semis
$40m BRIBE CLAIM
Rowley: Questionable tendering in $b Chag project
Chief Fire Officer: Safety our priority
Griffith slams protective services at Oval...
Cops ID two shot murder suspects
Independent Senators urged to reject Dogs Bill
'Probe manager's $14m in First Citizens shares'
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is calling for a forensic investigation into the sale of 695,000 shares (valued at $14 million) to a middle manager at First Citizens.
ACS concerned over violence in Venezuela
Government is supporting an initiative by the Community of Latin American and Caribbean states (CELAC) for dialogue aimed at halting violence in neighbouring Venezuela
Mexico gives support
T&T's UN Arms Trade Treaty Secretariat bid...
ILP elections by June
INDEPENDENT Liberal Party (ILP) deputy leader Lyndira Oudit yesterday told Newsday the party will hold its first ever internal election, "within the first half of this year"
Libel, Defamation Act for Senate discussion today
Vets back Deyalsingh
THE Veterinary Association of Trinidad and Tobago has backed statements by Opposition MP Terrence Deyalsingh that animal doctors should not be expected to judge the genetic 'breed' of a dog by regular examination, as is stated in the amended Dangerous Dogs Bill.
Women back PNM's 'remove AG' call
Sparrow hailed as hero of lower class
The Mighty Sparrow began his musical journey as a choirboy at Newtown Boys' RC, a foundation which led him to his "anointed" duty as the hero of the "lower class" in a post-Independence T&T.
Robin's house seized
Maraval house of former Independent Liberal Party (ILP) chairman Robin Montano was seized yesterday by the Trinidad and Tobago Mortgage Finance Company.
Kublalsingh gets back 'tyres of shame'
THE "tyres of shame" placed at the doorsteps of the Oropouche East constituency office and National Infrastructure Development Company Ltd (Nidco) in Debe were returned to the home of Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) leader Dr Wayne Kublalsingh last night.
Should Justice Aboud step down? Appeal Court to rule tomorrow
Two sisters, St Jude's grads, relate their rise from poverty
Patrice and Adasha Norton were removed from their mother's care by the Point Fortin Police in 1997, and taken to St Jude's School for Girls
Man feared drowned on eve of marriage
It should have been a time of joy for British citizen Umar Mohammed as he was supposed to marry his fiancée Abigail Agard today.
Man arrested for planassing daughter
... publicly planassed (beating with the flat side of a cutlass) his 16-year-old daughter in the full view of the public during a march past practice session
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