Video On Demand

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Video On Demand

  • PM Responds to HRM & Speaks on ISIS

    Dr Kublalsingh finally gets an answer from the Prime Minister on a meeting. More

  • Horse Racing Interviews

    We're just hours away from a true Caribbean horse racing derby, the NGC Derby Day. More

  • Hurricane Vs Northern

    A whirlwind spell of fast bowling from Bill Hilfanhous and Doug Bollinger gave the Hurricanes victory over the Northern Districts in the T20 Champions League. More

  • Liverpool Vs Middlesbrough

    A thriller in Anfield. More

  • Launch of Calypso Month 2014

    A call to calypsonians from a former Calypsonian not to compromise the art-form, which has, since its inception, enabled free speech on societal ills. More

  • 8 Year Old Needs Heart Surgery

    Now to the story of an eight year old Curepe boy with a life-threatening condition that's impacting his ability to have a normal life. More

  • Witness on the Run

    What at first seemed like a random robbery is turning out to be a crime with more dangerous tentacles -- a mystery even to the police. Now, death threats are being levelled at an alleged witness. With the robbers suspected to be police officers, investigators are taking the precaution of hiding the witness under protective custody. More

  • Caribbean Airlines Still in the Red

    The elusive goal to get Caribbean Airlines into the black gets pushed back, again. Now the FINANCE Minister says the airline will not stop pulling from the Treasury until 2018, and even then, the airline won't turn a profit. The disclosure came during a meeting of the Standing Finance Committee of the Parliament as part of the ongoing budget debate. More

  • Government Selling Off CLICO

    Government is exploring the possibility of selling off CLICO, once they get a good price. This was revealed by Finance Minister Larry Howai as he spoke in the Lower House. The House reconvened today to evaluate the 9 billion dollars of the budget allocated to the Ministry of Finance. In the new format of this Standing Finance Committee, members of the opposition were able to pose questions to the minister. More

  • Exposed Pt 1

    Is it corruption? Or is it just business? Questions being raised within the corridors of the East Port-of-Spain Development Company Limited. It's all because of a link uncovered between a top official of the company, her spouse and a private firm. More

  • Stalin Suffers Stroke

    The calypso fraternity is tonight keeping a watchful eye on The Black Stalin after he suffered what's said to be a mild stroke. Leroy Calliste fell ill after a performance in Couva last evening. He's being treated at the San Fernando General Hospital. More

  • Chik V in Scorpion Valley

    The Chikungunya virus continues to SPREAD, apparently faster than the authorities can count. Among the latest cases, a family in Scorpion Valley, Carenage. They say the virus has crippled seven of them. More

  • Chennai vs Dolphins

    We get the ball rolling with Champions League cricket. Dwayne Bravo took a couple of wickets to help the Chennai Super Kings beat South African team the Sunfoil Dolphins today in a high scoring affair. The Super Kings amassed 242 for 6, the highest team score in the tournament thus far. Suresh Raina top scored with an impressive 90 runs of 43 balls. We have the action from Bangalore. More

  • Speed Golfing

    Golf can sometimes be a drawn out contest for fans. Well now there may be an option that may satisfy and win even more fans. More

  • Play of the Day

    For the TV6 Play of the Day we return to Champions League T20 action. More

  • PM Responds to Kublalsingh

    Well even as the Prime Minister is in New York attending the UN General Assembly, she is aware of Dr. Kublalsingh's call for a meeting with her there. CCN journalist Juhel Browne is covering the Prime Minister's visit. More

  • Unlawful Demolition

    Horror, as a Couva woman was forced to helplessly watch her house being broken to pieces right before her eyes. But the uncanny thing about it, is that there was reportedly no fore-warning, and the men demolishing the property thinking that her husband was dead, were stone-frozen when they learned differently. This is the woman's recollection of what happened on July 31st. More

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