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Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh is hopeful that the launch of a "great pap smear initiative will help reduce the threat of cervical cancer.

The Minister visited the Mount Hope Women's Hospital and Colposcopy Clinic on Saturday as the NCRHA held the free walk-in initiative at the hospital which was utilised by hundreds of women on Saturday.

Peter Christopher reports.

One local night spot is taking a different spin on the World Cup craze, hosting weekly virtual FIFA tournaments.

But as Peter Christopher finds out, the tournament isn't just a promotion for the lounge but an attempt to further develop the E-sports community.

Here's the report.

Communications Minister Stuart Young has condemned those who, he says, are deliberately spreading panic and despair via social media.

The South West Regional Health Authority says there is no doctor by the name "Micah Marley" attached to the San Fernando General Hospital.

A 34 year old man is warded at hospital in a stable condition following a shooting involving police in the Morvant district, on Friday.

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has called on the public to stop sharing a message on social media intending to create panic across the country.

One man is dead and his common-law wife has been hospitalised following a shooting in Sangre Grande.

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley went to the San Fernando Masjid for the Annual Commemoration of Eid Ul Fitr on Saturday.   

Maracas lifeguards have growing concerns that their ability to do their jobs may be hindered by unrestricted and rampant placement of beach chairs and umbrellas.   

Imam Maulana Shiraz Ali, head of the Nur-E-Islam Mosque in El Socorro has challenged Muslims to fight the jihad of materialism versus spirituality.   

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