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Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

...president of the Kalypso Revue Eric "Pink Panther" Taylor said the tent would quit being a member of Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (TUCO), as of last night.

All hail Queen Sasha
SASHA ANN MOSES was on Monday evening crowned the National Women's Action Committee (NWAC) 2017 Calypso Queen for her hard-hitting song The Main Witness.

Omardath Maharaj tastes Chutney joy after 30 years
LAS LOMAS singer/composer Omardath Maharaj scaled to new heights, tasting victory in the Chutney Soca monarch competition this year, capping off a career that has spanned three decades.

...UNC fears rights infringed
The intention of the Government to eliminate the need for a special majority to pass certain pieces of legislation has been met with criticism from United National Congress (UNC) chairman David Lee.

PM: No more delays on FATCA

FATCA delayed
All 39 MPs, from both sides, unanimously supported a combined Government/Opposition motion in a result that belied earlier acrimony, during debate.

Mahabir motion for Senate pension changes shot down

Mahabir-Wyatt on domestic violence: Man up and deal with it
Women's activist Diana Mahabir-Wyatt says T&T's women, particularly young women, are an endangered species.
Mark-up by docs on drugs too high
Pharmacy Board head calls for regulation:

Firemen blazing mad
FIREMEN at the dilapidated Pt Fortin Fire Station are threatening to abandon the station and leave the south-western borough without this critical national security service

Beachgoers warned to look out for harmful man-of-war
The call comes from councillor for Mayaro/Guayaguayare Kyron James, who said this is the season for the marine animal, which locals call a jellyfish, to wash ashore.

Cops find teens hiding in bushes
...the children were removed from the home of their parents and placed in the care of the Children's Authority where they were under their supervision for over a year.

Police rearrest Tobago suspect
Three released in murder of Abiela, 15...

Legalise pepper spray, bring soldiers
Safety tips from Griffith for Carnival 2017:

2 held in brutal robbery, rape of woman: hunt for third

Bandits in shirt and tie, rob PH driver
A 29-YEAR-OLD private hire (PH) driver was robbed at gunpoint by two well-dressed bandits pretending to be passengers in central Trinidad yesterday morning.

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