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Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2014

In a massive show of support for the controversial Ministry of Sport Life Sport programme, participants from the various centres came out in their numbers yesterday at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva

'Life Sport troops' show strength

Participants put on a demo: See, we are not ghosts

Sport Minister welcomes probe into LifeSport Fund

Rowley on PM's change: Admission of a security problem
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has said the Prime Minister's decision to transfer the LifeSport programme to the Ministry of National Security was ...

Head of Public Service: Creed did not flee in fear
Head of the Public Service Reynold Cooper says he does not believe that the Sport Ministry's Permanent Secretary Ashwin Creed was "fleeing for his life"

More support for Dookeran to lead COP

Anil confirms two meetings with Prakash
Sports Minister Anil Roberts yesterday confirmed he had met with Congress of the People political leader Prakash Ramadhar on two occasions in the last three days.

Tewarie: I don't want to be COP leader

Last chance to join ILP
ANYONE wanting to join the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) so as to vote in its upcoming internal elections of June 29 has just one more day

Alarm over death threat
Journalist Mark Bassant forced to flee T&T

In his own words: top cop's radio interview
Transcript of the interview on i95.5fm with Dale Enoch (DE), Anthony Lee Aping (ALA) and Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams (SW) on Friday, May 23, 2014.

Shot man left unattended for hours
...after medical workers refused to take possession of the body because there was no District Medical Officer (DMO) to pronounce the man dead.

Healing begins at funeral of Pastor 'Kitty'
As a sign of forgiveness, the family members who escaped the wrath of pastor Vishnu "Kitty" Lutchmansingh nine weeks ago on the day he murdered his brother and killed himself attended his funeral yesterday.

Facebook lessons for senior citizens
In an effort to introduce senior citizens to Information Communication Technology (ICT)

TT gets EU visa waiver
Trinidad and Tobago is among 19 countries

No bail for weeping mom
MAKING reference to the shooting death of three people on Sunday, a magistrate yesterday denied bail to a couple allegedly found in a car with a gun.

Cal blames airport workers for drug find
Officials discovered 2.2 kilogrammes of cocaine in the hold

Carmona: We need male teachers
President Anthony Carmona is again calling for more male teachers in classrooms throughout the country.

Murder toll surges to 181
Two shot dead in separate incidents

Mom mourns her abuser
After son stabbed to death

Man held for shooting at pregnant teen
A 50-YEAR-OLD Tabaquite man who allegedly shot at a pregnant teenager during a land dispute on Sunday was caught in the nearby forests hiding from police.

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