Following news that T&T runner Michelle Lee-Ahye has been provisionally suspended from the sport for failing to attend dope testing sessions on three occasions within a 12-month period, we spoke with an expert on the matter.

He's none other than Dr. Terry Ali, who's the Anti-Doping Committee chairman at the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee.

Dr. Ali Lee-Ahye has to now respond to the World Anti-Doping Agency, also known as WADA.


All efforts will be made by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), to assist in the reduction of criminal activity in Tobago and the country at large. 

Labour issues in Tobago were high on the agenda when the Oilfields Workers Trade Union opened its new multi-million dollar building in Scarborough.