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Posted: Friday, February 21, 2014

THE National Carnival Commission (NCC) has announced it has considered and accepted a proposal put forward by leaders of four mas bands to have the route for the Parade of the Bands extended on Carnival Tuesday, between 8 am and 4 pm.

4 bands get parade extension
National Carnival Commission (NCC) has agreed to a proposal for an extension of the parade of the bands route for four large mas bands on Carnival Tuesday

Masqueraders in the dark

7 premium Carnival fetes in danger
Copyright Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago (COTT) threatened promoters of these events with injunctions for failing to secure the necessary COTT copyright licences.

COTT threatens legal action over copyright fees for Carnival parties

Tourism site under threat
Flood dam may make Maracas waterfall trail inaccessible

Councillor: It would be opposed
Maracas dam

Bail (Amendment) Act gets nod
... 'One strike and you're out'

T&T drops lower in 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index

Griffith mum on DEA's presence in T&T

Let me live my life
Gay citizen claims police victimisation: NATIONAL CONSULTATION ON CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM

Trinidad's 'colonial' name must be changed
"Trinidad's indigenous name was Cairi or Kairi (sometimes written Iere). This is an Arawakan term.

Body Guard performs in third spot
Calypso Fiesta tomorrow

Rudder: Today's calypsonians lack creativity
MUSIC icon David Rudder says contemporary calypsonians lack the creativity that made calypso a prominent and well-loved art form in earlier decades.

Phase II to defend title in position 10
Reigning Panorama champion Phase II Pan Groove will defend its title playing in tenth position in the National Panorama Large Conventional Steelbands competition

Water ration for Carnival
AT the height of Carnival festivities with all the fetes and shows, a number of citizens of central and south west Trinidad will have to be watching their water usage

Plan to re-energise T&T's private sector

$79M Met Station for Tobago
A Meteorological (Met) Station is to be built in Tobago at a cost of an estimated $79 million.

GATE e-service registration deadline extended
Until March 14th

51,000 differently-abled persons in TT

Cops: Give women pepper spray
THE executive of the Police Social Welfare Association has recommended that women be allowed to carry non-lethal devices such as pepper spray and beepers as personal protection

Warner knocks AG on 'Valentine's picong'
THE Independent Liberal Party (ILP) has hit Attorney General Anand Ramlogan for his "vile and despicable" Valentine's Day remarks

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