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Many allegations have been made of corruption within the Children's Life Fund programme - a brainchild of the Prime Minister in 2010.

Efforts continue in a bid to reduce the sore sight of clusters of seaweed along the nation's East Coast.

With Neurosurgeons in high demand and short supply, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago is taking steps to get more doctors in the Neurosciences field.

JOURNEY TO POINT FORTIN PART 1

From Rousillac to La Brea to Point Fortin, a 100 km stretch that's been in and out of the news because of the new highway being built connecting Oropouche to Atlantic LNG at its furthest tip and which is hoped to revive the local economy and breathe new life into depressed areas like La Brea.

RAMADAN: NIGHT OF POWER

As Muslims look forward to the sighting of the New Moon and the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr, they will spend the last 10 nights of Ramadan in devotional prayers at Mosques.

JOURNEY TO POINT FORTIN PART 2

Numerous attempts have been made to explain why the area of La Brea has remained a contrast of economic fortunes - from the local village set along forever undulating roads, to the decline in the pitch lake as a key employer, to the rise of the energy based Labidco Estate.

JOURNEY TO POINT FORTIN PART 3

The economic heartbeat of an area can often be defined by three things: the level and type of infrastructure (houses and businesses), the people and what they do for a living, and the number of self employed entrepreneurs.

JOURNEY TO POINT FORTIN PART 4

Examining and understanding the economics of the Southern Peninsula can be a bit of a challenge.

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This country's badminton players once again found the going tough on the second day of competition in the Pan American
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Over the next five days, the region’s best badminton players will be in action in the Pan American Badminton
The playing future of local stars Kieron Pollard, Darren Bravo and Sunil Narine with the West Indies team is still up
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