Video On Demand

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Video On Demand

  • GARVIN ON AG’s OFFICE EXORBITANT EXPENSES

    Exactly how was $343 million spent in four years by the Attorney General's Office under the Former Attorney General, Anand Ramlogan? More

  • Police Officers Held

    They took the oath to protect and serve, but five police officers, who allegedly took the law into their own hands, are set to be charged with assault and misbehaviour in public office, among other offences. More

  • Jack Warner at Baptist Celebrations

    Political Leader of the Independent Liberal Party, Jack Warner, is calling on members of the Spiritual Shouter Baptist faith to stand firm and not be bought out in the upcoming general election. Mr. Warner was the feature speaker at today's Shouter Baptist Liberation Day celebration in Chaguaramas. More

  • Hypolite Counting Down his Days

    Carefully counting down his days, Member of Parliament for Laventille West, Nileung Hypolite, issued a warning to members of the Spiritual Baptist community, telling them to be careful of not only what, but who, is being presented to them. More

  • Eric Williams Remembered

    PNM Political leader, Dr. Keith Rowley, is laying out a political road map ahead of the general election. He's promising a smaller cabinet, a slew of new anti-corruption legislation and hope for the youth of the nation. More

  • North East Stars Win FA Cup

    Pro League club, North East Stars, are the new TTFA FA Trophy champions, after beating former champs W Connection 5-4 on spot-kicks, after scores remained goalless at the end of an exciting 90 minutes of football and an additional half hour of extra time. More

  • Charles Fevrier on Loss

    W Connection’s head coach, Stuart Charles-Fevrier, believes that a disallowed goal made a difference, especially as he felt his side outplayed the opposition. More

  • Fazeer’s Tributes to Aussies

    Cricket analyst, Fazeer Mohammed, has lauded the Australians for the manner in which they hammered New Zealand to win the World Cup final on Sunday. More

  • Play of the Day

    For the TV6 Play of the Day, we head to FA Trophy action. More

  • View on the Vote- D’abadie/O’Meara

    In the run-up to the general election, TV6 News has been visiting communities throughout the country to get their "VIEW ON THE VOTE". Tonight, we take you to Carapo, in the constituency of D'Abadie/O'meara. More

  • MSJ on Toppin’s Comments

    It's not over yet, political entities are still expressing their disdain following last week's comments made by Minister in the Ministry of the People and Social Development, Vernella Alleyne Toppin. This time, the scrutiny comes from the movement for social justice More

  • Palm Sunday 2015

    With all the political mudslinging that has been raining cats and dogs in recent weeks, some may have forgotten that we were in the midst of Lent, and on the cusp of Easter. More

  • Ice Cream World

    Flavorite Ice Cream launched its Ice Cream festival in the queen's royal college grounds today. The hotly anticipated event caused a few hearts to melt and left some with a bit of an ice cream headache. More

  • Australia Wins ICC World Cup

    Australia are now five time champions of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The Aussies comprehensively defeated New Zealand today by seven wickets in Melbourne. More

  • PM Accepts Apology

    By the looks of it, Minister in the Ministry of the People and Social Development, Vernella Alleyne Toppin, will not be fired. This after the Prime Minister says she's accepted her apology for shocking claims about Dr. Keith Rowley. More

  • PNM’s Tobago East Candidate Withdraws

    A new PNM candidate will be chosen to represent the people of Tobago East, as nominated candidate Wendell Berkley has since withdrawn his candidacy. More

  • Sugar Workers Protest

    Armed with placards and sugar cane plants, former workers of Caroni 1975 Limited marched from the Couva Recreational Ground to the Rienzi Complex in protest today. More

  • Kamla on Female Politics

    Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar says it's not easy to be a female politician nowadays. She says despite the many advances women have made, it's still a very patriarchal society. More

  • Protective Services Cookout Competition

    They may not have won the fight against crime yet, but today the Trinidad and Tobago police service copped first place and the $5000 prize in the Kiddies Kindergarten cook out competition. More

  • Coaches Respond to Panama Loss

    Following the match, head Coach of the Soca Warriors Stephen Hart felt experience made the difference in the score line. He also shared his thoughts on the showing of some new faces in the team. More

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