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Monday, November 24, 2014

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  • Family Reacts

    Relatives of Alexander's alleged victims are elated over the news of his arrest. They say, the pain of losing their loved ones to murder is a living nightmare. But they are hoping to find some sort of closure, which they feel can only happen when the perpetrator or perpetrators behind the violent crimes are brought to justice. More

  • Update on Tobago Murders

    Several persons have been interviewed and are assisting police with their investigations into the gruesome murders of husband and wife Hubertus and Bridget Keil who were found hacked to death at Minister's Bay Bacolet in Tobago. More

  • Guave Road Farmers Protest

    Guave Road farmers in Chaguaramas are again outraged that their crops have been bull-dozed by contractors hired by the Chaguanas Development Authority. They say it’s time for the Prime Minister to intervene. More

  • New Home Owners

    An early Christmas gift for thirty-two people who collected keys to their new HDC homes today. Speaking at the handing over ceremony Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal said the Government's goal is to hand out a total of one thousand homes before Christmas. More

  • Toyota Classic

    Super League club, Wasa F.C. pulled off the surprise of the Toyota Classic yesterday, sending the defending champs, W Connection out of the competition. Wasa held Connection to a 1-1 draw in regulation time before veteran striker Stern John hit the the winner in the penalty shoot-out to give Wasa a 4-3 win over the Savonetta Boys. But the other Pro league clubs dominated in the other matchups, with Caledonia crushing Defence Force's Super League outfit 3-NIL. While in our feature matches, Defence Force and San Juan Jabloteh combined to score 10 goals in their respective wins over super League clubs Palo Seco and Phoenix More

  • Tobago Killings

    An elderly German couple has been found hacked to death, their bodies left on Minister's Bay in Bacolet Beach, Tobago. Police in Tobago were called to the scene around 10 o'clock this morning by two people who made the gruesome discovery while walking along the beach. More

  • Diego Martin Protest

    The inclement weather didn't prevent protesters in Diego Martin from angrily lashing out over the shooting of 19 year-old Ray Phillips from Rich Plain. He was allegedly ambushed and killed by police. The protesters are viewing the killing as a direct attack against the Islamic community. More

  • National Family Rally

    Violence in schools is only part of the problem. Whether it's sexual, domestic or verbal abuse against children, civic groups believe there is reason for heightened concern. The Faith Based Network of Trinidad and Tobago feels the problem lies in the degradation of family life. The organisation held a National Family Rally at the Queens Park Savannah to raise awareness. More

  • School Violence

    Violence in the school system has been dominating the headlines in recent days, and as is often the case when school violence flares up, there are many theories about the causes. But the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association believes to solve the violence in schools, we must first deal with the rampant violence in society. More

  • Soca Monarch Launch

    Things are beginning to heat up, and we're not talking about the pastelles in the oven for Christmas. Carnival of course, is hot on the heels of the Yuletide season. One of the most anticipated events for Carnival, the International Soca Monarch launched in a colourful musical frenzy at the Brian Lara Promenade last evening. More

  • Arsenal v United

    Chelsea maintain their lead atop the English Premier League with a comfortable 2-0 win over West Brom today while the defending champs, Man City, were also victorious, beating Swansea 2-1. But the result of the day went to Manchester United who upset Arsenal at home, beating them 2-1, with Wayne Rooney on target. More

  • 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

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