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Thursday, December 18, 2014

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  • MY CHILDREN LOST

    It's seven days before Christmas and while all parents are busy buying gifts for their children all Marvin Roach wants is to feel the warm embrace of his children again. More

  • ROBBERY & MURDER IN TOBAGO

    The manhunt is now on for two men armed with guns, who shot and killed a 65 year old man on the compound of the Division of Infrastructure and Public Utilities in Tobago. This is the eighth recorded murder for the island this year. More

  • US CUBA REFORM

    President Barrack Obama announced that the United States is taking steps to restore full diplomacy with Cuba and "cut loose the shackles of the past". More

  • PRISONS OFFICERS PROTEST

    President of the Prisons Officers' Association, Ceron Richards says both Justice Minister Emmanuel George and Commissioner of Prisons Conrad Barrow have failed to do their jobs and must be sacked. More

  • MORE CDA EVICTIONS COMING

    One the eve of Phase Two of the new Boardwalk being launched in Chaguaramas. Some actions by the Chaguaramas Development Authority aren't sitting well with some business and home owners. More

  • SOUTH AFRICA VS WI 1ST TEST

    The South African pair of skipper Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers looted and plundered the Caribbean side on the opening day of the first Test at Centurion with both getting hundreds. More

  • DARON CRUICKSHANK

    All-rounder Daron Cruickshank is hoping for a return to the Trinidad and Tobago team for the Nagico Super50 in January. More

  • PRO LEAGUE

    Recently crowned Toyota Cup Champions San Juan Jabloteh got a wake- up call last night at the Ato Boldon Stadium. Caledonia was dominant as they took a 4-1 win to go second on the Digicel Pro League Standings. In the second game on the night, Defence Force was held to a draw by Toyoto Cup finalists Pt Fortin Civic FC. More

  • DENNIS LA ROSE

    Para table tennis player Dennis La Rose is hoping to qualify for next year's big event in Canada. More

  • MONTAGE OF WEEKEND AWARDS

    Well around this time of the year several sporting organisations reveal their respective sportsman and sport woman of the year during their annual awards. More

  • INSIDE BUSINESS

    Inside Business takes us to the San Fernando High Court for the decision in the case between the Ministry of Trade and the Trinidad and Tobago Automotive Dealers Association. More

  • SPY GAMES, PP STYLE

    Exclusive to TV6 - Government-sanctioned phone-tapping outside of the law. More

  • BELLE VUE KILLING

    As the sun came up this morning, the country was stained with another murder. The victim a 29 year old St. James man. A woman is also warded at hospital, nursing gunshot wounds from the incident. More

  • FALLING HOUSE

    With eight occupants and no sure way for income, it's easy to feel like the walls are crumbling around you. But what makes it harder is when they literally are. More

  • PM IN CEDROS

    Pretty much like she did when her sports minister was caught on tape in the infamous Room 201 video, the prime minister is dismissing criminal allegations being made against a former minister. More

  • AL RAWI, TEWARIE SPAR OVER PROCUREMENT

    It seems that when it comes to support for the government in parliament few parties can outmatch the PNM. More

  • WI SA PREVIEW

    West Indies skipper Denesh Ramdin says it's not going to be easy facing the South Africans in the three-match Test series which bowls off on Wednesday 17h December. More

  • TT SUPER 50 PREVIEW

    Trinidad and Tobago captain Rayad Emrit expects a better showing from his players in the Nagico Super50 which takes place right here in T&T. More

  • DERBY V CHELSEA

    Filipe Luis struck his first Chelsea goal to help secure a League Cup semi-final place with a win against Derby County. More

  • MACHEL MUSEUM

    An exhibition showcasing Machel Montano's 33 years as a professional soca artiste has opened in Port-of-Spain. More

  • HEALTH WATCH

    In excess of a hundred and fifty persons turned out on Saturday to support the Cerebral Palsy Society's Awareness Walk and Fun Day. The disabled and their caregivers were given the opportunity to lighten up by taking part in various activities such as aerobic burn out and face painting. But Society President, Christine Khan, says she can no longer paint a smile on her face, as the disabled continue to suffer in this country. More

  • ABRAHAM ON TOP COP POST

    He hasn't denied he's the favored one to be the next police commissioner and Johnny Abraham isn't shy about training his eyes on the job if it comes his way. More

  • GRIFFITH ON CRIME

    The government says instances of serious crime have reduced significantly. But yet, more and more blood continues to spill out on the streets, as homicide levels have shot up from last year. Minister of National Security Gary Griffith says, it is a challenging situation linked to gang activity. The widespread carnage, according to Mr. Griffith, is being masterminded by only a handful of people. More

  • PSA ON CPO’S OFFER

    PSA President Watson Duke is no longer breathing fire over government's new wage offer to public servants. More

  • AIR GUARDS PROMOTED

    An historic day for the Air Guard -- Its first two pilots promoted to Command Pilots in the Rotary Wing Unit. More

  • TT PLAYERS FOR SUPER50

    Darren Bravo may not be in South Africa with the West Indies side due to personal reasons but the dashing left-hander has been included in the Trinidad and Tobago provisional 33-man squad ahead of the 2015 Nagico Super50 tournament. More

  • WEST INDIES V SOUTH AFRICA PREVIEW

    We are just two days away from the opening Test between hosts South Africa and the West Indies. More

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