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Saturday, November 22, 2014

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  • SCHOOL GIRLS DRUGGED

    It's been a troubling past few weeks for Tranquility Government Secondary School. More

  • TOBAGO TEEN GETS BAIL FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT

    Two hundred thousand dollars bail with a surety, clerk of the peace approval, for 19 year old Jelani Arthur. Arthur of Patience Hill, appeared before Magistrate Michael Broomes to answer four sex charges against an eight year old girl. Crimes he committed at a Scarborough Primary School on Tuesday. More

  • Z HOSEIN TAKES OATH AS INTEGRITY COMMISSION CHAIRMAN

    Retired Appeal Court judge Zainool Hosein was sworn in as the Chairman of the Integrity Commission today at President's House. More

  • MANZAN HOUSE OWNER RETURNS HOME

    You've seen the pictures of the beach house which collapsed in Manzanilla over the weekend because of the heavy rains and floods still plaguing the area. Now the woman who owns the house saw it for herself for the first time-- and TV6 was there to see her reaction. More

  • SINGLE FATHERS

    The Single Father's Association is again renewing its call for accountability and impartiality in the judicial system relating to matters of child maintenance. The Association says, too often men are being denied their fundamental rights and this action is sometimes even sanctioned by the courts. More

  • PTSC PROTEST

    Public Transportation Service Corporation workers lead by their union took over part of St. Vincent Street this morning in protest ,outside the office of the Chief Personnel Officer. The workers are upset over the delay in salary negotiations as the expiration date soon approaches...and the union representing the workers say this is not a matter they intend to take lightly. More

  • JSC MEETING

    Diego Martin Central MP, Dr. Amery Browne says some doctors in the public health system have been less than honest by administering expired drugs to patients. More

  • FINANCE MINISTER ON SIS & PROCUREMENT BILL

    And now on to another State enterprise that is responsible for a billion dollar project .One which the Opposition believes is in need of a Commission of Inquiry. More

  • LEE SING TOWN MEETING

    He has publicly made his intention known to be screened for the Port of Spain South seat by the People's National Movement a seat currently being represented by Marlene Mc Donald. Last evening Former Port of Spain Mayor Louis Lee- Sing began his homework in the constituency by hosting a town meeting in Woodbrook. More

  • CAC GAMES

    The national women's hockey team missed out on a place in the final, but the national women's basketball team brought a ray of sunshine by winning their first encounter of the competition. More

  • ST. BENEDICT’S WIN

    St. Benedict's beat Naparima 2-1 to win the South Zone Intrecol title. More

  • PRIMARY SCHOOLS FINAL

    Three titles were in the Atlantic Primary Schools Football league at the Larry Gomes Stadium. More

  • AUSSIES WIN SERIES

    Australia beat South Africa by three wickets in the 4th ODI to clinch the series with a game to spare. More

  • OMG

    Daniella's in the building with OMG Entertainment!!! More

  • WORKS MINISTER RESPONDS TO JUNIOR MINISTER’S MAIL

    He did want to say much on the matter but he came armed with documents to show he acted above board. More

  • SCHOOL PROTEST

    Imagine going to a shared school every morning anticipating cramped, dilapidated conditions and bullying because of ongoing turf wars. More

  • CAL CEO SALARY

    It seems that the Caribbean Airlines CEO is earning more than the U.S. 33-thousand dollar a month salary the prime minister told the parliament yesterday. More

  • HDC WOES

    From fowl pen to flood zone. Maria Marcano has endured living in a place set aside for rearing birds and sleeping in a hammock with her children. But when she thought life would be better in an HDC apartment. Marcano is now facing overwhelming frustration. No relief for a sickly family. More

  • BLOODY SON

    A planned circumcision gone wrong, and after a year and six months Pembroke resident Jessica Roberts is calling on the Tobago Regional Health Authority to provide her with answers. Roberts told TV6, fifteen minutes into the procedure on her four year old son, she heard loud screams coming from the theatre. More

  • CONFIDENCE IN QUESTION

    Despite the fattened pockets .The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association still has a sticky road ahead in rebuilding the confidence of the players. More

  • EAST ZONE INTERCOL

    San Juan North Secondary won the East Zone Intercol title at the expense of Trinity College East. More

  • VISHNU SINGH IS CHAMP

    Vishnu Singh is the new king after winning the National Chess Championships earlier this week. More

  • ASK ANSELM

    Claims of unfair treatment and racial discrimination from nurses employed with the South West Regional Health Authority. Ask Anselm team gets the SWRHA to respond to these allegations. More

  • THREE CHILDREN POISONING

    In what looks like a case of poisoning three children are fighting for their lives at hospital all under the age of ten. More

  • HUEY ON ASSAULT

    The Tobago House of Assembly tells us that fencing and round-the-clock security measures are being implemented at the school where the sexual assault occurred. More

  • MINISTER WRITES PM ON NIDCO PROJECT

    It was not official. More

  • UPDATE ON MAYARO

    It may take quite some time before connectivity is restored between Manzanilla and Mayaro. More

  • MAYARO SEEN FROM THE AIR

    The Manzanilla road is nowhere near the beginning of repairs much less completion and that's creating a massive headache for commuters. More

  • T&T SLAVERY RECORD

    If you thought slavery was a thing of the past, think again. Not even in T&T, it seems. More

  • GYPSYS CRITICISMS

    Member of Parliament for Otoire Mayaro, Winston Peters says he doesn't see the Manzanilla/Mayaro community having access to the main road for several months to come. More

  • JAMAICA CARIBBEAN CUP

    We all love Soca music but it was the sound of reggae on the football field that had fans jumping in Montego Bay last night. More

  • #STRIKE SQUAD 25 YEARS PT2

    The country was plunged into mourning. Twenty five years ago. More

  • AUSTRALIA WIN

    Australia beat South Africa by 73 runs in the third ODI to take a 2-1 lead in the five-game series. More

  • CAC WRAP DAY 6

    Trinidad and Tobago took their medal tally to four on day five of the Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz Mexico. More

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