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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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  • Caught Destroying Cameras

    Taxpayers dollars - your money - going down the drain, as expensive CCTV cameras are being destroyed...perhaps to prevent criminal activity being exposed. More

  • Lifesport Exposed

    An exclusive tonight...on corruption in the government's LifeSport programme. More

  • De Coteau on Children’s Home Abuse

    Amidst reports of abuse at the St. Michael's School for Boys comes word of a bureaucratic nightmare that contributed to the lack of action at the home for troubled boys. More

  • Police take Action on Shovel Beating

    And the Police Service is now investigating a possible case of child abuse, posted on social media....and brought to national attention by TV6 News. More

  • TTUTA on Child Abuse

    The child-abuse video has prompted calls for teaching parents how to parent. More

  • Mexico TT Volleyball Women

    So close, but it was not to be. More

  • Suarez to Represent TT

    He decided to part ways with Trinidad and Tobago after the 2012 Olympics... but now he's back and hoping to represent this country in two years time in Rio. More

  • India beat England 2nd Test

    Fast-bowler Ishant was on fire as India beat England by 95 runs in the second Test at Lord's. More

  • Fisherman Protest

    It's more than half of a year...but Petrotrin's December 2013 oil spill is frustrating the "living daylight" out of Otaheite fishermen who say their livelihoods continue to be jeopardised. Apart from the effects of the oil... which the fisherfolk blame for their empty nets, they say Petrotrin has stopped the compensation, which they rely on to survive. More

  • Tobago Murder

    Tobago records its fifth murder, and the third in one week. More

  • San Juan Landslip

    Members of a San Juan family are tonight living in fear of losing their home, after a landslide two days ago came just inches from toppling their home. More

  • NAR Conference

    Could there be a new political alliance on the way? More

  • Gopeesingh Tours Schools

    Over 200 primary and secondary schools are now under repair, and it remains to be seen if all the repairs will be completed in time for the start of the next school term. More

  • Hawksbills V Red Steel

    The Red Steel cruised to their second win of the CPL, beating the Hawksbills by 9 wickets in Antigua. More


    With a cloud of possible criminal charges hanging over his head, former Hindu Credit Union boss Harry Harnarine says he's by no means scared of what will follow. More


    Clean up operations continued in several areas across the country. More


    Only five months on from the death of former national player, Kevon carter, Trinidad and Tobago is mourning the loss of another footballer. This time Club Sando player Marcus Lawrence. More


    Kieron Pollard's Barbados Trident picked up their first win of the CPL with a 5 wicket win over the winless Antigua Hawksbills. More


    Where would the Tobago Heritage Festival be without the staging of the Moriah Ole Time Wedding. The re-enactment of the event took place in the village of Moriah. More

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