Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : January 23rd 2015 Contents landers (Chords); Merrytones (Steelband
Coming Down); SupaNovas (Dr Sama-
roo); Belmont Fifth Dimension (Rave);
Siparia Deltones (Ola); and Tamana Pio-
neers (Ah Feeling). The rest, which is
the majority, have chosen music of yes-
teryear from 1973 to 2014.
Fifty-four small steelbands and 25
medium bands will be competing in
their respective categories. Judging of
the two categories will be conducted by
separate panels on the same day.
The National Panorama preliminaries
continue tomorrow with East Region
bands facing the judges at the Velodrome,
Arima, at 6 pm.
The South/Central Region steelbands
compete on Sunday, at Skinner Park,
San Fernando, from 4 pm. Tobago Region
bands will compete on Monday, at the
Parade Park, opposite D#1 Hardware,
Bacelot, Tobago at 7 pm.
Tickets cost $75 and are being sold at
the regular outlets, Regional offices and
on the day of the event at each venue.
Patrons attending the National
Panorama Small and Medium Conven-
tional Bands Preliminaries can use one
ticket to any one of the same advertised
competitions at any of the four venues.
These two vocalists are blessed
with good voices and know how to
engage an audience.
Compared to its first performance
at Soka in Moka, Dil-e-Nadan has
improved by 150 per cent.
On top if its game on Saturday
at the Old Hilarians fete, the band
was even better at UWI.
Songs that underscores the band
versatility and effect are Dr Seales
cover of Crazy s Respect Yuh Elders,
Ronnie Mc Intosh s On the Road,
and Fadda Fox s Ducking; and,
Esther Dyers amazing delivery of
Lyons Raze and Destra s Lucy.
Overall the band is awesomely pow-
erful, especially when performing
On the Road.
Attired in all black and accom-
panied by four male dancers,
Machel, this year as Monk Montae,
had patrons eating out his hands
throughout his two-hour-plus per-
Showing magnanimity, he con-
gratulated Bunji Garlin on winning
a Soul Train award last year.
In constant communication with
fans who surged forward, Montano
warned rumour mongers: "I am on
The defending NLCB Interna-
tional Power Soca Monarch sang
most of his 11 new original com-
Performing Pop a Bottle, Mon-
tano made a brief exit off stage,
introducing Barbados soca diva
Alyson Hinds and Farmer Nappy.
At 6.30 pm Roy Cape All Stars
occupied the stage vacated earlier
by 3Veni. The aggregation continued
the high intensity, full bodied per-
formance established since January
4 at Trinity College s Soka in Moka.
Primarily hyped by Blaxx, the All
Stars has a danceable and infectious
I must mention the work done
by DJ Alicia D Duchess for two suc-
cessive nights, and the hosting of
the UWI stage shows by radio per-
sonality Jus Jase.
This Sunday s two big music
events are the International Soca
Monarch semi-finals and Yorke Inc s
Masquerade at Trinity College East,
Trincity. This well loved all-inclusive
will be served by Roy Cape Stars,
The Asylum Vikings, Dil-e-Nadan,
Olatunji, Benjai, Kerwin Dubois,
Leadpipe & Saddis, Point Fortin
Engine Room, DJs Private Ryan,
Kabuki and King Int, tassa and
Gates to the Soca Monarch semis,
being held for the first time on De
Greens, Queen s Park Savannah, are
scheduled to be opened at noon
with the first performer in the
Groovy Soca category facing the
judges at 2 pm.
Panorama this evening
Outta De Box, composed by Mark
Loquan, Sion Gomez and Gregory
"G (B" Ballantyne and sung by
Shanaqua (Rachel Fortune) is the
Panorama tune of choice of six steel
orchestras in the National Small
and Medium Conventional cate-
gories scheduled for this weekend.
Competition will commence with
North Region bands appearing at
The Paddock, Queen s Park Savan-
nah, Port-of-Spain, from 6 pm.
Outta De Box will be played by
Pandemonium, UTT La Horquetta
Pan Groove, Valley Harps, Tokyo
Steel Orchestra, Nu Tones and St
Margaret s Super Stars.
Others opting for 2015 selections
include Humming Birds Pan Groove
and Tunapuna Tipica (King Birdie);
Laventille Serenaders and High-
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, January 23, 2015
PULSE from Page A35 Outta De Box---pan tune of choice
Sartorially attired Soca artiste
Bunji Garlin performs at the
annual Old Hilarians all-inclusive
fete at Bishop Anstey High
School, Port-of-Spain on Saturday
night. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
BERGER PAINTS TRINIDAD LTD.
Unaudited Financial Statements
Nine Months Ended December 31, 2014
The unaudited results of the company for the nine months ended December 31, 2014, with comparative
figures for the corresponding period of the previous year and the audited figures for the financial year ended
March 31, 2014 are shown below.
9 months to 9 months to 12 months to
Profit/(Loss) from Operations
Profit/(Loss) before Taxation
Profit/(Loss) for the period
Earnings per share for profit attributable to the
equity holders of the Company
(expressed in $ per share)
9 months to 9 months to 12 months to
Property, plant & equipment
Retirement Benefit Assets
Equity And Liabilities
Capital and Reserves
Finance Lease obligations
Current portion of finance lease obligations
TOTAL EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
The demand for paint continued to decline over the last quarter and as such our financial performance was
not as strong as prior periods. Despite this we were able to maintain our profitability through operational
efficiencies. We have improved the quality parameters of our products and increased our range and colour
offering. Our services will continue to expand to ensure that Berger Paints is the preferred choice.
John P. Andrews,
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