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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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  • Morning Edition Artiste Forum 28th Jan 2015

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  • Creed Wants to Return

    He rode off into the sunset on pre-retirement leave eight months ago, shaking off the spectre of the controversial Lifesport programme. Fast-forward to the present and Ashwin Creed, former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Sport, is asking to return to work. It's a story you'll see only on TV6. More

  • Lifesport Ministry Audit

    No Life Sport audit is being conducted by the Ministry of National Security and it's not certain if any other Government Ministry is looking into how monies were managed at the now defunct controversial program. More

  • Rowley says Speaker Must Go

    The best apology is to resign- that's the message from the Opposition Leader to the House Speaker. Dr. Keith Rowley has joined with the ILP and others who state it is time for the presiding officer to go. More

  • Finance Minister Did What’s Right

    While Dr. Rowley wants to see the back of the Speaker, Finance Minister Larry Howai, had a simple explanation for what happened in the House last Friday. More

  • Tobago Boy’s Hairstyle Causing Problems at School

    The mother of an eight year old, standard two pupil of the Lambeau Anglican School in Tobago , is tonight claiming that her son is being emotionally abused by school officials. She alleges it's because of his hairstyle. More

  • Manning’s Political Future

    Patrick Manning says his health is exponentially improving, and he's ready for another five years of public office. More

  • Logie on Success

    Now that Trinidad and Tobago's Red Force have achieved success in the 50-over competition, coach Augustine Logie is hoping it could be transferred into the four-day competition. T&T are second to last on the four-day table as the competition resumes in the first week of February. More

  • Rishi Kanick on 2015

    Trinidad and Tobago drag racing star, Rishi Kanick, is pumped up as he gets set to once again compete in the USA next month. However, he is hoping for assistance from the government. More

  • Athlete’s Welfare Fund

    Well it seems that athletes will be getting another boost. The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee and Guardian Holdings Limited launched the Athlete and Welfare Preparation Fund today. The fund is expected to give athletes a financial boost in addition to health insurance. More

  • Play of the Day

    Here’s TV6 Play of the Day and it’s all about the Reds singing the Blues. More

  • Bad Boys in Blue Part 2

    In part two of Bad Boys in Blue, we examine why police are so quick to move from zero to 100 and feel that steel trigger on their fingers or take any extreme action and the sometimes inappropriate relationship shared by police and criminals. More

  • Howai on TCL Shares

    Finance Minister Larry Howai is breaking his silence on allegations of illegal insider trading in shares of TCL during the first half of 2002. For nearly two weeks the Leader of the Opposition has been asking him to say whether he did in fact purchase TCL shares during the Cemex takeover. More

  • Carnival Capsule

    Weekend fetes are in full swing and TV6's cameras were at 'Out in South'. More

  • Jaiga's Morning Edition's Interview (27th Jan)

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  • MARCIA’S AUTOPSY POINTS TO MURDER

    TV6's Point Blank host Marcia Henville's death was no accident. More

  • POLICE SHOOT AT SOCA ARTISTE

    Another week another viral video nightmare for the police service. More

  • WADE MARK JUDICIARY

    OOPS! Turns out it was Larry Howai, and not the judiciary who told Speaker of the house Wade Mark about a case in the court between the finance minister and the sunshine newspaper. Now he's issuing and apology. But it's too little too late, according to the ILP. More

  • DR ROWLEY CALLS FOR AG TO RESIGN

    Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley says Attorney General Ananad Ramlogan must go now. More

  • COE INTO LAS ALTURAS BEGINS

    The Commission of Enquiry into the Las Alturas Housing Settlement began this morning, with three of the parties the Commissioned deemed key players, declining to participate. More

  • OIL PRICES COULD LEAD TO MORE BUDGET CUTBACKS

    Brace for more changes to the Budget if oil and natural gas prices continue to drop. More

  • BIGWU ON BPTT VSEP

    Trouble on the horizon? This is being anticipated by the Bankers Insurance and General Workers Union after British Petroleum Trinidad and Tobago announced it is offering VSEP to employees. The plan revealed by the company's Regional President Norman Christie, isn't sitting well with Trade Union boss Vincent Cabrera. He believes it could eventually lead to a recession. More

  • SPUN OUT

    Sunil Narine was in ripping form yesterday as he led Trinidad and Tobago to victory in the 2015 NAGICO Super 50 tournament! More

  • SUPER 50 AWARDS

    Following the clash awards were presented to players in different categories for their outstanding displays along with words from the two captains. More

  • TT PRO LEAGUE

    Kerry Baptiste scored a hat-trick as San Juan Jabloteh hammered St. Ann's Rangers in their latest clash. More

  • BAD BOYS IN BLUE PART 1

    As Miss Colombia walks away with the Miss Universe pageant crown social media are up in arms that Miss Jamaica secured the fourth runner-up position. More

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