Gleeson Job, the man behind the ill-fated SOCA RAFF UP 2020, admits there may have been a breakdown in communication, which caused panic among event patrons.
But the Event Manager for The House of Siete asserts that at no time was any patron in mortal danger.
The fete promoter told Guardian Media today that there were enough life jackets available, as well as additional lifeboats, in the event of a serious disaster.
The Trinidad and Police Service (TTPS) is issuing another reminder to drivers to “Drive Sober”, especially during this Carnival season.
This, as five people are expected to appear in court today, Tuesday 18th February, on charges of driving a vehicle with breath alcohol levels exceeding the prescribed legal limit.
All of us are sailors who came here from distant lands with stories to tell.
The tales of those voyages will be portrayed on the hats of those King Sailors who will grace the stage at this Sunday’s Dimanche Gras show at the Carnival City, Queens Park Savannah.
Former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday is curious why some UNC MPs are “so riled” up about his moves to unite smaller parties to seek constitutional reform and contest general elections.
He was commenting after UNC MP Fuad Khan, Roodal Moonilal, Rudy Indarsingh and Suruj Rambachan frowned on his plan.
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 13-year-old Yazim De Lossaintos Herrera.
Yazim was last seen at her Southern Main Road, Curepe home, around 2:30pm on February 4th.
She was reported missing to the St Joseph Police Station on February 5th.
Yazim is of mixed descent, 5 feet, 2 inches, slim built with a dark brown complexion and curly hairstyle.
Another Indian Premier League (IPL) team has taken up control of a Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise with the announcement yesterday that the King's XI Punjab has taken control of the St. Lucia Zouks.
This was revealed by Chief Operations Officer (COO) of CPL Pete Russell at the Sandals Grande St. Lucia Resort and Spa in Gros Islet. King's XI Punjab which has played every edition of the 11 IPL seasons will now follow in the footsteps of the owners of the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) who purchased the T&T Red Steel three years ago.