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Thursday, July 31, 2014

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  • Creed Breaks Silence on LifeSport

    If you think it was the LifeSport audit or the Express exposes that brought government's attention to possible criminal involvement in the state-funded programme, think again. More

  • Marabella Oil Fumes

    Cleanup continues following an oil spill Tuesday 29th July, the second for this week. More

  • Relatives of Accident Victims Speak

    Barrackpore remains in shock after a tragedy in which a neighborhood family was wiped out in a vehicular accident on the Uriah Butler Highway. More

  • Maxi Taxis Under Attack

    Fears of grievous damage and even possible death have Red Band maxi taxi drivers running scared. More

  • South Freak Storm

    A La Brea man is appealing for help after a "freak storm" blew the roof off his home. More

  • Top Cop Speaks On Emancipation

    Crime, slavery and education how are they linked? While some believe the demons of the past are haunting us even today, the police chief thinks that education is the key to breaking the mental shackles and freeing oneself. More

  • 400m Final

    Many of you were perhaps jumping out your seats as T&T captured two more medals on day seven of the commonwealth games. More

  • Commonwealth Games Day 7

    The other bright spot today came from the brilliant Shotputter Cleopatra Borel. More

  • England Vs India 3rd Test

    England is scenting victory going into the final day of the third Test against India in Southampton. More

  • Inside Business

    Own a business and want to exercise good business practices? Well the American Chamber of Commerce, for the eighteenth time, will host a Health, Safety, Security & Environment Conference and Exhibition that may just be for you. More

  • THREE DEAD IN CHAGUANAS

    The Eid holiday ends in tragedy. Three people are dead after a garbage truck crossed the median and crashed into a car on the Solomon Hochoy Highway. More

  • MSJ CALLS FOR ANIL TO RESIGN

    The boisterous and belligerent refusal of Anil Roberts to budge from his cabinet chair is provoking the Movement for Social Justice to picket the minister. The former coalition partner says the Prime Minister cannot continuously deny his wrong-doing and pass on responsibility. More

  • CARICOM TURKEY SUMMIT

    Caricom is moving beyond its natural borders. This week we wrapped up the Caricom / Japan Summit having taken part in the Caricom / Turkey Summit a couple of weeks ago. More

  • MALALA CELEBRATES EID

    She's been all over the world through her writings and education activism for young girls like herself. But this is the first time Malala Yousafzai is in the Caribbean and she's celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr in Trinidad and Tobago. More

  • TOBAGO EID

    Imam Muzafar Mohammed is calling on the authorities to tell the muslim population exactly why a number of them were arrested and then released without charge. Imam Mohammed's comments came as muslims in Tobago, came out in their numbers at the Masjid Al Tawbah in Lowlands, during Eid celebrations. More

  • SAWINE EID FEATURE

    Like any holiday, Eid is a time to spend with family and friends. Former Express Reporter, Aabida Alla-ham, invited us into her home to teach us how to make one of the most cherished Eid meals - Sawine. More

  • DAY 6- COMMONWEALTH

    Finally, Trinidad and Tobago have gotten their first medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. It's a bronze and it came from women's triple jumper Ayanna Alexander. The 32 year old jumped a distance of 14.01 metres. The event was won by Jamaica's Kimberly Williams with a distance of 14.21. Alexander led the way for T&T which saw better results on day six of the competition. More

  • MORE COMMONWEALTH

    We also have some highlights of the 400 metres semi-finals. T&T's chances of winning a medal there has tripled with Jarin Solomon, Renny Quow and Lalonde Gordon all through to the final tomorrow. More

  • LA HORQUETTA SPORTING

    Well the 2014 national super league has seen some new teams joining the ranks. One of them is the La Horquetta Sporting Academy. The team has been making strides and only recently they held their first award ceremony to honour their achievements at the Queen's Park Oval. More

  • PLAY OF THE DAY

    For the TV6 Play of the Day we go back to the semi-final number three of the 400 metres in the Commonwealth Games. More

  • INDO TAKE ON NATIONAL IDENTITY

    From embarrassment to embrace, confidence to arrogance, we explore how media and politics have influenced Indo Trinidadian identity. Has nationalism superseded cultural pride? Or are they complementary? More

  • TSTT VSEP

    Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago is moving to make some transformations which the company feels is crucial to ensuring its competitiveness. More

  • OIL WELL LEAK IN PENAL

    An investigation is now underway following an oil and gas leak in South Trinidad early this morning which sent over a hundred gallons of oil and gas airborne. Petrotrin said, thanks to some quick work, the leak has since been repaired. More

  • LIFESPORT DIRECTOR SPEAKS OUT

    He was the man who swore a few months ago at the Hasely Crawford stadium that the LifeSport programme was 'bobol'- free. Now Cornelius Price says none of the abuses reported in the corruption-riddled, state-funded fiasco were initiated under his watch. At a news conference at the Ministry of Sport's , Abercromby Street offices, the former Lifesport Director who is now without a job, also criticised the recent Ministry of Finance audit, that signalled the end of the programme. More

  • TSTT RETRENCHMENT

    Reported plans by Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago to retrench some 25% of its workers aren't sitting well with the Communications Workers Union which says no proper consultations were held on the matter. The Union believes it's a politically motivated move and is levelling claims against the company of nepotism and political interference. More

  • AMPUTEE PLEADS FOR ASSISTANCE

    Sixty-nine year old amputee, Sherman Goddard, is pleading tonight for assistance. A TV6 News crew visited his home on Plymouth Road Tobago and found a limited supply of groceries, along with an incomplete house. The wheelchair bound man called TV6 for help so that his story can be heard. More

  • JAPAN CARICOM SUMMIT

    The Japanese Government signs two agreements with the Caribbean today before hosting a joint press conference with Caricom. More

  • PARLIAMENTARIANS RESPOND TO LIFESPORT FIASCO

    Should Sports Minister Anil Roberts stay or should he go? Members of the public have had no problem sounding off but several members of cabinet are tight lipped on the Minister's fate. More

  • COMMONWEALTH GAMES DAY 5

    Keep your fingers crossed but there are no medals yet for T&T at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow Scotland. Michelle Lee Ahye, Richard Thompson and company struggled on the track as T&T was not represented in the 100 metre finals. We have some highlights of how day five went down. More

  • RED STEEL DEFEAT ZOUKS

    Prime Minister Persad Bissessar was really in for a treat yesterday as the Red Steel destroyed the St. Lucia Zouks by 9 wickets. Batting first the Zouks made 136 for 9 from 20 overs. Openers Evin Lewis and Kevin Obrien did all the hard work for the home team. Lewis top scoring with 77 and Obrien not out on 55 as they reached 137 for 1. More

  • PLAY OF THE DAY

    For our Play of the Day we check out some Pre-season football action. More

  • ARE WE PREPARED? ARE WE ON EDGE?

    "We will respond appropriately. End of Talk..." More

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