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Friday, October 24, 2014

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  • NAGAR CLOSING

    As customary, the Divali Nagar came to a close on the eve of Divali, following nine days of celebrations. More

  • HOMELESS MAN NEED HELP

    He has faced a number of difficulties in his young life now he's faced with another challenge homelessness. Thirty-two year old Anthony Quamina was evicted from his rental unit a few weeks ago and since then he has made the streets of San Fernando his home. More

  • PROJECT 40 PRESENT ON DIVALI

    While many people are eating savory Indian delicacies and being merry for Divali others continue to deny themselves even water as the battle between the Highway Re-route Movement and the government continues. Despite the rainy skies and the Office of the Prime Minister being closed, the Project 40 hunger striker for today was most present at the HRM campsite opposite the office in St. Clair. More

  • CARIMIS SURVEY

    From November 2011 to June 2012 an unprecedented number of respondents took the Caribbean Men's Internet Survey. More

  • ST JAMES DIVALI UPSET

    It was a damp start to Divali celebrations in St. James but not in terms of the inclement weather. The organisers say they were given the green light to proceed with the festivities which have been occurring annually for 67 years. But concerns began surfacing after they were stopped by police last evening and up to mid-morning, they were still uncertain about whether there would be lights or darkness tonight. More

  • TOBAGO DIVALI

    Divali celebrations in Tobago shone a bit brighter today, as members of the Hindu Society received the deed to lands at Signal Hill which they have fought for several years. Divali celebrations took place in Tobago at the Gulf City Lowlands Mall, with many devotees in attendance. More

  • CURRY QUEST

    While many of you rang in the Divali holiday by dining with friends and family, many of us here at TV6 weren't that fortunate. More

  • MARTIAL ARTS EXHIBITION

    Just how much pain can the body take? Well martial artists often push themselves to the point of exhaustion ... Not to mention they train their body to withstand extreme pain. Over the past weekend TV6 was witness to one of those physically demanding demonstrations as part of the 10th Pan-Caribbean Martial Arts Games at Cascadia Hotel. More

  • EUROPA LEAGUE

    Tottenham put in a handful of goals against a struggling Asteras Tripolis today in their Group C fixture. More

  • ANOTHER TRINI ISIS FIGHTER DISCOVERED

    TV6 News uncovers yet another Trini apparently working for ISIS. More

  • CARMONA SENDS RACHEL PRICE PREACTION PROTOCOL LETTER

    Confirmation tonight, that the Carmonas have threatened a talk show host with legal action. More

  • TRAVEL BAN ON NIGERIANS LIFTED

    As of now the travel ban against people from Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Democratic Republic of Congo remains in place as part of measures meant to keep Ebola from our shores. More

  • KUBLALSINGH STILL WEAK,BUT CONTINUES STRIKE

    Speculation as to the validity of Dr. Wayne Kublalsingh's hunger strike has heightened with the Prime Minister now echoing the Health Minister's sentiments and asking the activist to prove that he has not consumed food nor water for the last 36 days and also to provide his medical records. More

  • ICC ON WEST INDIES

    The fate of West Indies lies in the hands of the West Indies Cricket Board which must negotiate a deal with the Indian Cricket Board of Control to save West indies Cricket. More

  • NORTH EAST STARS BEAT WCONNECTION

    Four matches took place yesterday in two separate venues. At the Ato Bolden Stadium in Couva ... North East Stars shocked defending champions 1-0 and Central FC whipped Caledonia 3-1. More

  • JAMAICAN NATIONAL SECURITY MINISTER ON BAKR

    Insurrectionist Yasin Abu Bakr remains persona non grata in Jamaica, despite his ranting. More

  • AMERICAN ESCAPES FROM PIARCO POLICE STATION

    Heads are rolling in the Police Service tonight over the apparent negligence that allowed a prisoner to escape from a prison cell and disappear into the night. More

  • SHIP FROM GHANA IN POINT A PIERRE

    Fear of the deadly Ebola virus has left Petrotrin workers refusing to work on a ship that has arrived at Pointe a Pierre. More

  • DISCHARGED ARMY OFFICER WANTS ANSWERS

    It's the nightmare of any worker: losing your job, and losing it seemingly without reason. More

  • NURSES ASSOCIATION TO SUPPORT GOVT ON EBOLA

    The Health Ministry appears to have an ally in its strategy to prevent Ebola: Nurses. More

  • TOBAGO SAYS IT’S READY TO TACKLE EBOLA

    The Tobago House of Assembly is saying that all systems are in place to treat with any eventuality of Ebola in Tobago. More

  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

    Neymar and Lionel Messi were among the scorers as hosts Barcelona defeated Ajax 3-1 in their latest Champions League clash More

  • KESHORN AT ASJA CHARLIEVILLE

    When he's not throwing the javelin .He takes time to meet his fans. More

  • SHANNTOL INCE PREPARES

    National para-swimmer Shanntol Ince is making the necessary preparations for next year's Parapan American Games in Toronto. More

  • PROBLEMS WITH PTSC BUSSES & SERVICE

    Bus drivers are continuing to express their concerns following their protest on October 11th which occurred at the expense of commuters nationwide. Members of the executive board of the Transport and Industrial Workers Union say commuters may see more shutdowns in service in the coming weeks. More

  • HEALTH WATCH

    A team of scientists and surgeons have made medical history after performing an amazing operation allowing a once-paralyzed man to walk again. The operation, the first of its kind, involved transplanting cells from his nasal cavity into his spinal cord. More

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