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All Stars, Renegades tie
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2024

All Stars, Renegades tie in Panorama final
The 2023 Panorama winners, bp Renegades had to share the 2024 championship title with Massy Trinidad All Stars as the legendary bands tied after a keenly fought competition on Saturday at Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain.

Siblings take king and queen title as South monarchs

The Dimanche Gras Clash

Dimanche Gras showdown tonight; NCC expects fierce competition
The National Carnival Commission (NCC) has injected "under $2 million" to host tonight's highly anticipated Dimanche Gras show at the Queen's Park Savannah (QPS), which will see soca star Machel Montano and popular singer Mical Teja competing for the first time for the coveted Calypso Monarch crown.

Calypsonian Karene Asche: Poverty is no excuse to commit crimes

PM to tour disaster areas today
Tobago oil spill...

No conflict in Panorama sponsorship, says bpTT
Pan Trinbago, however, has explained that it would still be responsible for the prize structure of the competition, which will once again see the winner of the large band category winning $1 million, with second place pocketing $700,000, third $650,000, fourth and fifth $575,000 each while sixth and seventh would received $500,000 and $450,000 each. The remaining finalists earn $400,000 for an overall sum of $6 million for the large-band category.

Medium bands have a prize pool of $3.9 million with the winner taking home $600,000, and with each finalist guaranteed $250,000. Small band winners earn $400,000, but each is guaranteed $100,000 as finalists.

T&T not ready for four-day work week
Following the growing trend globally, Germany, Europe's largest economy has just started a trial where employees from select companies will work for four days with the same salary.

Chalkdust remembers late wife Ruth

Game wardens seize python kept in freezer: homeowner in custody
This incident serves as a stark reminder of the dangers associated with the illegal trade and possession of exot­ic animals. Burmese pythons, in particular, are notorious for their ability to disrupt native wildlife populations and upset delicate ecological balances.

65% of murder victims are Afro-Trinidadians-TTPS stats
In 2023, 136 Afro-Trinidadians (30 years old and under) were murdered, while 23 Indo-Trinidadians of the same age bracket were killed, according to data provided by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS).

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