Just over $559 million is proposed to be moved collectively from five ministries and allocated elsewhere with the Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Labour and Small Enterprise Development set to receive the largest chunk.

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) will join the Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) once an agreement is reached following a meeting in Madrid, Spain on the 7th April 2016. The TTOC represented by its President, Brian Lewis will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the International Centre for Sport Security Europe (ICSS Europe).

In his Easter message to the nation, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley called on the citizens to put country before self and be prepared to make sacrifices and commit to work together in the spirit of co-operation and conciliation, rising above individualism and partisan interests. He made the point that what the citizens of the twin Island Republic should aim for is safe communities, a commitment to root out crime and criminality and an economically strong T&T.

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) is expected to approve the inclusion of a good governance commitment in its constitution later this month.

A British doctor has allegedly admitted prescribing performance-­enhancing drugs to 150 elite sportspeople, including Premier League footballers.

We have launched in Australia a real live example of how we want to make a difference. It’s the "Rainbow Round of Sport" to help highlight the issues around homophobia in sport by inviting athletes and teams to wear #RainbowLaces, from March 31 through to April 4 across all sport. We will be highlighting the campaign across six elite, professional sports in Australia.