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ISSUING OF CARNIVAL PERMITS 2014 FOR
TRANSPORTING FOOD, DRINKS, TOILETS AND MUSIC
Persons wishing to transport FOOD, DRINKS, TOILETS AND MUSIC
for Carnival 2014 must apply for the relevant approvals from the
Port of Spain Corporation, 2 - Knox Street, Port of Spain no later
than February 28, 2014.
All vehicles with approvals from the Transport Board are required to
apply for a permit from the Port of Spain Corporation to enter the City
of Port of Spain.
Applicants will be required to pay the following Administrative
• Registered Vehicles under 15,000 kg - $1,000.00
• Registered Vehicles over 15,000 kg - $1,300.00
These approvals are pre-requisites for Carnival Permits issued by the
Licensing Authority and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.
For further information, please contact the Public Health
Department, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of
Spain, telephone number 623-6884 or visit website at -
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
OKLAHOMA CITY---Oklahoma City s Kevin Durant
strengthened his claim to the MVP crown by leading
the Thunder to an 86-77 win over Memphis on
Monday, extending their home winning streak to
The Thunder also boosted their lead in the North-
west Division to four games as nearest rival Portland
lost at Washington. Among other games, Denver beat
the Los Angeles Clippers thanks to a Randy Foye
three-pointer on the buzzer, and San Antonio rallied
from a big deficit and overran New Orleans.
Durant had 31 points, eight rebounds and eight
assists, starting off February in the same kind of form
he showed during a remarkable January in which he
averaged 35.9 points per game.
Serge Ibaka had 21 points and 12 rebounds for
Oklahoma City, which lost to the Grizzlies in the
playoffs last season.
Zach Randolph had 13 points and 13 rebounds for
Memphis, which had won its previous six games.
Washington beat Portland 100-90 to improve to
24-23, boasting more wins than losses for the first
time in four years.
John Wall scored 22 points, and Trevor Ariza added
20 for the Wizards, who committed six turnovers as
opposed to 16 by Portland.
Damian Lillard scored 25 points for the Trail Blazers,
who have lost four straight road games.
Denver s Randy Foye hit a three-pointer from the
top of the key at the buzzer to give the Nuggets a
116-115 win over the Clippers.
Kenneth Faried had a career-high 28 points and
11 rebounds for the Nuggets.
Blake Griffin came out on the losing end despite
scoring 36 points. The Clippers are 0-11 when trailing
after three quarters in road games.
San Antonio s Tony Parker scored 21 of his 32
points in the second half to lead the Spurs comeback
and a 102-95 win over New Orleans.
Tim Duncan scored 16 of his 21 points in the second
half to aid the fightback, with San Antonio winning
the last quarter 38-19.
Anthony Davis had 17 points, 16 rebounds and
four blocks for the Pelicans.
Dallas handed Cleveland a fifth-successive defeat,
winning 124-107 thanks chiefly to 23 points from
Nowitzki was on the bench for most of a key third-
quarter stretch as the Mavericks restored a double-
digit advantage, led by Devin Harris, who finished
with a season-high 16 points.
Kyrie Irving had 27 to lead the Cavaliers.
Miami s LeBron James came within two rebounds
of his first triple-double this season, and led the
Heat to a 102-96 victory over Detroit.
James had 24 points and 11 assists while Dwyane
Wade scored 30 points for Miami, which has won
five of six.
Wade had one of his best performances in an
injury-hampered season, shooting 13 for 19 and
adding ten rebounds and five assists in 37 minutes.
Indiana retained the NBA s best record ahead of
surging Oklahoma City by beating Orlando 98-79,
with Danny Granger scoring 16 points.
Toronto s DeMar DeRozan scored 23 points to help
the Raptors defeat Utah 94-79.
Sacramento ended a seven-game skid by cruising
past a disappointing Chicago 99-70, with DeMarcus
Cousins having 25 points and 16 rebounds.
Brooklyn s Paul Pierce scored 25 points as the Nets
beat Philadelphia 108-102 to win a third straight.
Milwaukee ended a run of six consecutive defeats
by beating New York 101-98, with Brandon Knight
making a three-pointer with 1.4 seconds left. (AP)
Durant leads Thunder
past Grizzlies 86-77
Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph (50)
defends as Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin
Durant (35) drives to the basket during the third
quarter of an NBA basketball game on Monday, in
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City won 86-77. AP PHOTO
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