Video On Demand

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Video On Demand

  • 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

  • AG Offers to Pay for Hart’s Brother in law

    Where is he? More

  • Coolman on the Stand Day 8

    On day eight of the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial, a startling revelation by the widower. More

  • Tobago Family Homeless

    Fire renders a Tobago family homeless as their house is destroyed at Friends-field. Losses have been estimated at one-point-three million dollars. More

  • Brothers visits Imams in Venezuela detention

    A group of T&T Muslims remains in the custody of Venezuelan authorities. And while all expected that the three Imams among them would have been released by now, that hasn't happened. Now, their families are moving to get them new legal representation. More

  • Rowley calls for FCB Board to be fired

    Opposition leader - Dr. Keith Rowley is calling on the government to fire the First Citizens board of directors. The case relating to the purchase and sale of IPO shares by a top bank executive was sent to the Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions last week but Dr. Rowley feels attempts are being made to sweep the mess under the carpet. More

  • TTCB Premier Division Standings

    Merry Boys continue to lead the standings following a handsome win over Bamboo Sports over the weekend. More

  • Njisane Cycling

    After three days of intense racing the Njisane Phillip three day cycling festival came to a close yesterday at the Cycling Velodrome in Skinner Park. More

  • Jabloteh Vs Caledonia

    Caledonia AIA were in winners row beating San Juan Jabloteh 3-1 in their clash at the Ato Boldon Stadium last evening. More

  • Deosaran’s term ends as PSC Chairman

    Professor Ramesh Deosaran's tenure as Chairman of the Police Service Commission has come to an end with no change in the bureaucracy in selecting a police commissioner. More

  • Police Associate Concerned over SRPS

    Special Reserve Police officers are coming under scrutiny from none other than the Police Association Second Division. More

  • Tech Talk

    Get ready for a moonlight spectacle - a total lunar eclipse tomorrow night that will turn the moon burnt reddish-orange in colour. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration - NASA, says it's called a Blood Moon and it will be the first of four total lunar eclipses. More

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