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Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2014

ORGANISERS of "Socadrome" are denying that the move to extend the Parade of the Bands route westward on Carnival Tuesday is in any way elitist or segregationist.

Socadrome to offer different view
...but MP has problems with route

Woodbrook residents to protest Socadrome

..but COTT warns it can still sue fete promoters

Penny: I'm not for sale
... amid allegations she met with members of the People's Partnership Government to gather support for her campaign.

This is the claim by supporters of People's National Movement (PNM) lady vice chairman Pennelope Beckles-Robinson as they expressed outrage over a public announcement which falsely claimed that a cottage meeting Beckles-Robinson was holding on Thursday night at the Guaico Government Primary School was cancelled.

Rowley: PM's question time will keep Govt on its toes

We're on call all day
Moonilal defends pay rise for MPs:

Rowley blasts SRC
...Salary suggestions disrespectful to house

Moonilal: Give MPs ample time
Call to delay Standing Orders

Gopaul and Co gets biggest garbage collection contract
Gopaul and Company Ltd benefitted the most with $21.1 million from the $99.7 million spent on garbage collection services in the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation during the period June 2010 to August 2013.

AG sorry for third time
For the third time, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has apologised for the Valentine's Day exchange between himself and St Joseph MP Terrence Deyalsingh, which he (Ramlogan) "had since come to regret".

AG sues Volney
ATTORNEY GENERAL Anand Ramlogan is taking former Justice Minister and High Court judge Herbert Volney, to court for defamation

Aboud rules in favour of Re-Route Movement
...Clears the way for order to halt highway project

40 to battle at Calypso Fiesta today
The stage is set for one of the most anticipated annual Carnival events—Calypso Fiesta.

Size didn't matter in King contest
Faried Carvalho punched well above his weight to land a few surprise early blows at the preliminary round of the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA) Senior Kings & Queens Carnival competition on Thursday night

Youngsters deliver at Soca Monarch
Jeromy Rodriguez and Sasha Ann Moses emerged joint winners of the 2014 Flavorite Supreme Ice Cream National School, Soca Monarch 2014

Ella Andall alive
...her family is now calling for an apology from media houses which yesterday reported that the singer had passed away

Call for 2 DPPs to ensure efficiency
Constitution Reform Consultation

38 honoured for fighting fires at landfill
THIRTY-EIGHT workers have been honoured by the Solid Waste Management Company (SWMCOL) for their dedication in putting out a dozen fires that led to the temporary closure of the Beetham landfill

Algae blamed for Desalcott problem
AN UNUSUALLY high algae content in the seawater is being blamed for decreased water output by the Desalination Company (Desalcott) to the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA)

Women split on pepper-spray, taser and beepers
Some women's organisations support the recommendation that women be allowed to carry non-lethal devices for their protection during the Carnival season

Drugs, ammo found in station- Report will be sent to PCA

Prisoner dies after alleged escape attempt
Prison authorities: We had to use force to subdue him

Brazen murder sparks debate
Video of the execution of 45-year-old businessman Darren Shane Painter outside his Southern Main Road, Cunupia, business place

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