Posted: Saturday, March 1, 2014
Junior Parade ignores NCBA disqualification threat
NCBA: Junior bands must stay on route
Machel retains Power Soca Monarch
...Du Bois wins Groovy
3 KAISO KINGS
THREE contenders in tomorrow's Dimanche Gras Calypso Monarch Competition each won a crown at Thursday's Kaisorama held by the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (TUCO) in the ambience of NAPA, Port-of-Spain.
Veterans: Gross disrespect to blank $2m request
Madray is King of carnival
...Marchan cops queen title
Veteran bandleader sticking with traditional route
Socadrome bands to be allowed to rejoin parade route
FOLLOWING days of controversy over the "Socadrome", the decision was taken yesterday to allow non-competing bands using the new venue at Jean Pierre Complex in Woodbrook to re-join the normal parade route in Port of Spain.
Confusion continued late yesterday over whether party bands—Tribe, Yuma, Bliss, Passion and Harts—which were granted an exclusive route for Carnival Tuesday, will be allowed to cross the big stage at the Queen's Park Savannah
Deltones' $.35m second prize withheld
Claim of excessive players to be probed
Panorama finals on the stage tonight
Few spectators for 'ole time' Mas
Children came from as far as Toco and Barrackpore to take part in the annual Traditional Mas Parade around the Queen's Park Savannah
Get ID stickers for children
Teach culture in our schools
Entou Springer at Kambule re-enactment
Camboulay celebrates Mighty Chalkdust
Playwright Pearl Eintou Springer dedicated this year's Camboulay Riots re-enactment to calypsonian Dr Hollis Liverpool (Chalkdust).
Health centres to remain open for Carnival
MOST health centres in south and central Trinidad will be open until midnight on Carnival Monday and Tuesday to accommodate patients falling ill or being injured.
Carnival drivers be warned
87 breathalyser cops graduate
Deadline up to join PNM
Ford: 'Overwhelming' response
PM says sorry to T&T media in Shanghai
... no reservations were made in advance.
West T'dad rattled by early morning quake
West fetes lead to traffic nightmare
THERE was standstill traffic entering and leaving West Trinidad on Thursday afternoon well into the night, as partygoers swarmed into the Capital City and environs for various events
Law Association president on Ventour's reappointment: Clumsy and unacceptable
Foetus flushed down toilet
The foetus—a male approximately 20 weeks old—was discovered in a Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) waste treatment plant in Buen Intento.
Three in custody over bar killing
Shortly after he tried to woo a female bar patron, a 33-year-old pipefitter was stabbed to death with his own knife at a Penal nightclub yesterday
2 killers may hang
... denied leave by the Privy Council in London to appeal the local court of appeal affirmation of their murder convictions.
Send page by E-Mail