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Saturday, October 25, 2014

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  • HUNGER STRIKE CONTINUES

    More gaunt and fragile-looking than ever before, Dr. Wayne Kublalsingh is looking for an exit strategy that doesn't compromise the lives of the communities between Debe to Mon Desir. More

  • AFTER THE FLOOD IN SOUTH

    While many celebrated the festival of lights yesterday several families in south Trinidad were less cheerful, as flood waters devoured numerous household items ,school supplies and vehicles. Villagers were left distressed and disappointed and are now in need of assistance after a tropical wave passed over the country on Wednesday . More

  • TOBAGO CLEAN UP

    Numbers of residents were in clean-up mode, others counting their losses, while some roads to and from Tobago East and West remained flooded. More

  • RELATIVES OF MURDER VICTIMS SPEAK

    Two dead two wounded. The immeasurable loss suffered by the Sobers family of Enterprise, Chaguanas. One day after the tragic loss of a 21 year old woman and her nephew at the hands of a gunman a relative is advising woman in abusive relationships to get out before it's too late. More

  • MORUGA RESIDENTS PETITION FOR PETER TAYLOR’S RETURN

    Residents of Moruga delivered a petition of over three thousand signatures to the PNM's general secretary Ashton Ford this morning with the hope that former PNM member Peter Taylor be given a second chance by the party's screening committee when they re-commence screening for the Moruga area on October 29th. More

  • NEW $50 BILL COME DECEMBER

    There's a New $50 dollar bill coming. More

  • ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS

    The chaos continues on the roads, there were vehicular collisions in Chaguanas and downtown Port of Spain. More

  • ASJA BOYS CLAIMS INJUSTICE

    ASJA BOYS CLAIMS INJUSTICE More

  • MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE

    The Catholic Church is still short of the funds it needs to complete the restoration of its most important building. The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. More

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  • COLLEGE BOY JESSE

    Jesse Stewart, known in soca circles as College Boy Jesse, stepped on stage in 2012 with 'Bartender'. He's begun his 2015 season with the release of 'Tipsy' - a song that's sure to get the party started. More

  • NAGAR CLOSING

    As customary, the Divali Nagar came to a close on the eve of Divali, following nine days of celebrations. More

  • HOMELESS MAN NEED HELP

    He has faced a number of difficulties in his young life now he's faced with another challenge homelessness. Thirty-two year old Anthony Quamina was evicted from his rental unit a few weeks ago and since then he has made the streets of San Fernando his home. More

  • PROJECT 40 PRESENT ON DIVALI

    While many people are eating savory Indian delicacies and being merry for Divali others continue to deny themselves even water as the battle between the Highway Re-route Movement and the government continues. Despite the rainy skies and the Office of the Prime Minister being closed, the Project 40 hunger striker for today was most present at the HRM campsite opposite the office in St. Clair. More

  • CARIMIS SURVEY

    From November 2011 to June 2012 an unprecedented number of respondents took the Caribbean Men's Internet Survey. More

  • ST JAMES DIVALI UPSET

    It was a damp start to Divali celebrations in St. James but not in terms of the inclement weather. The organisers say they were given the green light to proceed with the festivities which have been occurring annually for 67 years. But concerns began surfacing after they were stopped by police last evening and up to mid-morning, they were still uncertain about whether there would be lights or darkness tonight. More

  • TOBAGO DIVALI

    Divali celebrations in Tobago shone a bit brighter today, as members of the Hindu Society received the deed to lands at Signal Hill which they have fought for several years. Divali celebrations took place in Tobago at the Gulf City Lowlands Mall, with many devotees in attendance. More

  • CURRY QUEST

    While many of you rang in the Divali holiday by dining with friends and family, many of us here at TV6 weren't that fortunate. More

  • MARTIAL ARTS EXHIBITION

    Just how much pain can the body take? Well martial artists often push themselves to the point of exhaustion ... Not to mention they train their body to withstand extreme pain. Over the past weekend TV6 was witness to one of those physically demanding demonstrations as part of the 10th Pan-Caribbean Martial Arts Games at Cascadia Hotel. More

  • EUROPA LEAGUE

    Tottenham put in a handful of goals against a struggling Asteras Tripolis today in their Group C fixture. More

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