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Bands still going to Savannah
Posted: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Bands still going to Savannah
The four large mas bands which will be part of the Socadrome initiative at the Jean Pierre Complex may still head to the Queen's Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, on Carnival Tuesday.

TUCO upset over $1m Calypso Monarch prize: soca and chutney get $2m

Chinese medical personnel may soon fill current staff shortages in Trinidad and Tobago's health sector, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has announced.

PM: T&T ready to assist in Venezuela

T&T mulls border lockdown
National Security Minister Gary Griffith has held talks with defence heads about T&T's borders as a result of the current unrest in Venezuela

Trinis in Venezuela in 'no immediate danger'

Ryan plans to file for divorce
Ryan Rampersad intends to file for a divorce from his wife.

Ryan says God is real
After a year of pain, Ryan Rampersad is a living testimony that "God is real".

Junior singers impress the President
President Anthony Carmona was so impressed with the standard of calypsoes he heard at yesterday's TUCO First Citizen's Junior Calypso Monarch, that he invited all 16 contestants to President's House for lunch

Ronaldo wins $25,000
Sixteen-year-old Ronaldo London is this year's new Junior Calypso Monarch with his song "Hear My Cry".

Calypsonians: Nothing wrong in singing about Govt

Credit union robbed of $94,000
Palo Seco Credit Union along the SS Erin Road.

$40M to clean TT highways
WORKERS of the Community-Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) will be responsible for cleaning and maintaining the appearance of all of the nation's highways and major bridges.

JetBlue here to stay
Airline boss proud after inaugural Piarco flight

Guardian Holdings leads with $1.6m in trades
Overall market activity resulted from trading in eight securities of which two advanced, two declined and four traded firm.

Homosexuality threatens the arts, fuels crime—Clarke
Homosexuality is not only threatening the arts but is used to indoctrinate gang members, says artist LeRoy Clarke.

Farmers vow not to leave lands
FARMERS whose lands at Guave Road in Chaguaramas were partially destroyed on Sunday by officials of the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA)

Mother demands justice
OFFICIALS at the Forensic Science Centre will not release the body of prisoner Steven Abdool to his family until they get the "okay" to do so from officials from the Prisons Service.

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