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Posted: Saturday, July 26, 2014

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday announced the termination of the Life Sport Programme (LSP) in the wake of damning findings of a Government-ordered audit which unearthed evidence of fraud, theft, links to persons involved in criminal activity


Life Sport Madness

Anil: A very sad day for poor, young black boys
SPORT Minister Anil Roberts des­cribed yesterday as a "very sad day" Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar had stopped his brain­child, the LifeSport Programme.

Anil: I'm not resigning

No need for me to resign—Anil

Rowley: Ploy to protect Sport Minister
Sending report to DPP, CoP…

It's better than Lotto
Jack: This was big business...

Warner on Life Sport report— Evidence of naked corruption

PM: NGC profits fund cheap flour, rice, oil
LAST year the National Gas Company (NGC) made after-tax profits of TT$6.5 billion, some of which will be used to fund the Government's 20 percent subsidy of flour, rice and cooking oil to celebrate Eid

$53M health centre for Carenage
A new state-of-the-art health centre costing more than $53 million is slated to be built in Carenage shortly.

Jamaat 18 walk free
Detained by police for 63 hours

I'll defend Muslim women with my life—Bakr
On the eve of the 24th anniversary of the 1990 attempted coup...

Carapo detainees want Griffith to apologise

UNC, PNM Mayaro abuzz on Rambarat's 'candidacy'

Mc Comie apologises for 'silly' statement
Communications Minister Vasant Bharath has apologised to the media for statements made by Dennis Mc Comie, director of communications in the Office of the Prime Minister

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