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Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014

From all indications, there will be two parade routes tomorrow for the Junior Parade of Bands and the Downtown Kiddies Carnival, both of which traditionally started on South Quay and ended at Queen's Park Savannah every Carnival Saturday.

Junior Carnival to stay downtown
The traditional downtown route for tomorrow's Junior Carnival Parade will remain in place

Masqueraders warned to stay in designated areas
THE FIVE major mas bands which will use the "Socadrome" at Jean Pierre Complex in Woodbrook on Carnival Tuesday have been advised by the police to stay within their designated areas.

Mayor backing residents over Socadrome

Cabinet rejects request for more $$ for Calypso Monarch

Gary: Long range boat was on list
National Security Minister Gary Griffith said yesterday the decision to purchase a long range vessel from the Chinese was not done by vaps since

'No vessel deal yet'
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said the purchase from China of a Long Range Vessel (LRV) to patrol this country's maritime waters, is in no way a done deal.

Kamla made honorary professor
The title was conferred on her on Wednesday by the China Agricultural University (CAU)

Bolt flies in for first Carnival: shows off his tassa skills

Daly on Ventour's Integrity Commission return: Silliness of season
Former Law Association president Martin Daly has slammed yesterday's re-appointment of Justice Sebastian Ventour as deputy chairman of the Integrity Commission, weeks after he had resigned from the position

Ex-judge: No big deal
Ventour back on Integrity Commission

Ventour goes back to Integrity

'Trinidad, Guyana must deal with humanitarian crisis'
Unrest in Venezuela...

$2m battle for Power title
Tonight "Fantastic Friday" will determine who takes home the first prize of $2 million in the Power category of the soca monarch competition.

Following is tonight's prize structure

Kings and Queens finale tonight
The 2014 Kings and Queens of Carnival finale which takes place tonight will showcase the costumes of ten junior and and 10 finalists each in both the King and Queen categories.

CCTV to monitor PoS for Carnival

Sparrow lecture series raises $.1m
The lecture series on The Mighty Sparrow achieved its goal of raising $100,000 for the calypsonian's medical expenses.

Canboulay 2014 promises 'bois, bottles and stones'
BEYOND the flashy revelry and the endless feteing of Carnival, there's the cultural nugget that's Canboulay.

European music execs in T&T
...3 local acts to be offered record deals

Jack: That was a paid protest
... the placard demonstration by several Felicity residents who confronted him on Wednesday evening as he was about to enter the Felicity Regional Complex to meet with disgruntled contractors.

We are simply against the lifestyle
Religious minister on Clarke's homosexual comment:

Hold-up victim chases, kills attacker
A would-be bandit was killed yesterday morning after being stabbed in the chest with the weapon he had pulled on his victim moments earlier.

Chain snatcher dies after stabbing
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of an unidentified man during an alleged robbery yesterday morning.

16-year-old raped
A 16-year-old teenager of Belmont was abducted at gunpoint last Thursday and taken to St Barb's, Laventille, where she was raped by a man posing as a PH driver.

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