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Crop Over Stakeholders’ Meetings started

In January of this year, fourteen days of consultations began from which a number of recommendations emerged and were immediately implemented. Much of the successes of the 2011 Festival were attributed to the input of the stakeholders who the National [...]

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Festival Ends with Celebrations

In the presence of the NCF Chairman, Board members and Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Sponsors, entertainers, members of the support services, stake holders and the media, the minister recounted that the NCF Board had met with the constituents early, in [...]

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N.S.S.O is on island for ‘The Merger’

Last night the Honourable Dr. Lincoln Douglas, Minister of Arts and Multiculturalism, Government of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, along with the 27-strong Trinidad & Tobago National Steel Symphony Orchestra (N.S.S.O) arrived on island and were welcomed by Chief [...]

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PAN Under the Twinkling Light of the Stars

NCF Sponsors Take a Hands-On Approach The National Cultural Foundation says its sponsors understand the importance of the season and take a hands-on approach to their investments, getting intimately involved and becoming an extended part of the NCF family. The [...]

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Sweet Soca Semi-Finalists Announced

Sixteen calypsonians will battle in the semi-final round of the Sweet Soca competition on Friday, July 5 at the Party Stand at 10:00 p.m. for a chance to perform on the coveted Soca Royale stage.  They are: NAME OF ARTIST [...]

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