Video On Demand

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Video On Demand

  • Murdered Siblings laid to rest

    They were in the care and company of their father and perhaps were too young to comprehend the final hours of their lives when their daddy turned into a monster. More

  • Naim Dean laid to rest

    Scores of friends and relatives of 21-year old Naim Dean gathered at Saint Peter's Catholic Church in Carenage to say their final farewell to the young man whose death many in the Glencoe community say was premature. More

  • St. Ann’s & Gonzales Drug Busts

    A big drug bust with police interception before the drugs are shipped out. More

  • PNM Election Poll

    With the PNM leadership election one month away, we begin an election poll. More

  • Unions continue to drum up support for May 23

    The Joint Trade Union movement is continuing to labour hoping to garner support for its May 23rd event which has been branded a day of action. The JTUM which has visited several parts of the country took its campaign of sorts to Siparia earlier today. More

  • Penelope defends Media against AG

    A call for protection for investigative journalists. It comes from a politician seeking to lead the Opposition PNM -- Pennelope Beckles Robinson. More

  • Father Harvey speaks on Easter

    Catholic Priest, Father Clyde Harvey says Easter is the high-point of the Christian year and all who believe in the church's tradition. More

  • QPCC V Alescon Comets

    At the Queen's Park Oval, Darren Bravo hit a quick fire 62 getting QPCC to 162 for 5 after they opted to bat against Alescon Comets. Richard Kelly and Rishie Ramgoolie picked up a couple wickets. More

  • Ask Anselm

    Following the arrests of over two dozen illegal immigrants yesterday, comes word that the longer the Ministry of National Security fails to address problems caused by a shuttered Immigration Division office in Port of Spain, the more illegal immigrants there'll be in this country. More

  • Vindra’s Murder Trial Day 10

    Rennie Coolman, the widower of murdered businesswoman, Vindra Naipaul-Coolman says despite becoming sole owner of an Ontario property they had, he did not benefit financially from the death of his wife. More

  • Minister Confirms Sex Scandal Claim

    The government minister facing accusations of making sexual advances on a man seeking his help has failed to come forward. More

  • Police on Allegations against Minister

    The police say they're actively pursuing investigations involving more than one dismissed government minister. But they remain coy about details. More

  • Dean family wants justice

    On the eve of the funeral of Naim Dean - the young man killed by police in Carenage on Friday night police say the investigation is getting priority attention. More

  • Jack hits back at reports on Centre of Excellence

    Jack Warner denies reports that the Centre of Excellence is up for sale. More

  • Claims of corruption in Ban on Bananas

    Banana traders are tonight calling for an investigation into how fruit found to be contaminated with disease were cleared and allowed to leave the port. More

  • Clifton Hill Beach Resort opened

    Point Fortin, an area well known for oil and gas, is boasting a new fixture one which Tourism Minister Gerald Hadeed says, could be very beneficial to the youth. More

  • Inside Business

    There seems to be trouble in the banana industry as the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations is warning countries to step-up monitoring, reporting and prevention of one of the world's most destructive banana diseases. More

  • SENATE

    Over a billion dollars has gone into making potable water available to a wide cross-section of the country according to Minister of the Environment and Water Resources Ganga Singh. More

  • Minister in Scandal

    Another government minister is at the centre of a sex scandal. More

  • Coolman on Stand Day 9

    The widower of Vindra Naipaul Coolman may have benefited financially from the sale of parts of his wife's estate. More

  • TTPSWA Wants Lucky to go

    Mounting pressure for the head of the Police Complaints Authority to step down. More

  • MATT On AG comments

    A war of words has erupted between the Attorney General and the Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago. More

  • WC Countdown 58 Days

    This is the year for the World Cup and we are 58 days away from the biggest sporting show. More

  • Glowing Waters

    A Glowing River? That's how people are describing the Ortoire River these days. Here's why. More

  • Health Watch

    In a revelation that is likely to provide a sense of hope for paralyzed persons to attain full mobility a new electronic stimulation device has allowed a paralyzed man to move on demand. More

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