Crime was at the top of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley's agenda on Sunday night as he rolled out Government's plans and focus areas for the year 2018 in a televised broadcast.
Dr. Rowley said notwithstanding the fact that there is significant work still to be done to bring crime under control 2017 saw the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service making significant strides toward this end.
Prime Minister rolls out Government's plans and focus areas for 2018; Opposition Leader to announce whether or not the UNC will support Government's choice for President; Route 2 Maxi Taxi Association calls on government to help speed up process for maxi taxi drivers to acquire CNG vehicles among other stories.
Leader of the Opposition Kamla Persad-Bissessar is expected to announce on Monday afternoon whether the UNC will support the choice of Justice Paula Mae Weekes as the country's next President.
In the Barry Stewart Tournament, Ako Pascal scored a buzzer beater to lead Petro Jazz to a 92-90 win over Straker Nets on Saturday, to condemn the Laventille team to their third straight loss and leave them in jeopardy of making the top 4.