The station changed the programme line up, and the religious tapes and the Countdown programme were no longer aired. At midnight on 31st August was outlawed by the British act and Caroline North, like her sister station Caroline South changed her name to Caroline International.
The final tender, before the act came into force, arrived alongside the MV Caroline around 17:30 on the 31st. After this all the tendering for Caroline North was done from Dundalk in Ireland. This took about eighteen hours in good weather, but in bad weather, it could take up to four days to make the journey to the MV Caroline.