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Monday, October 20, 2014

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PM on Ebola

As the Ebola virus continues to create panic in West Africa, there are fears that the disease could enter this country. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar says we must not let our guard down... as just one case of Ebola could have a DISASTROUS effect on Trinidad and Tobago. She made the appeal during a Divali function in Penal yesterday. Read More »

Ravi Maharaj Faints

Ravi Maharaj, who has been on hunger strike in support of the Pt. Fortin Highway, collapsed this morning on the sidewalk along Gray Street in St. Clair. He began his protest there four days ago. When he fainted today, he received help from an unlikely source. Read More »

Nisha Wins Award

A proud moment for Team 6! The Hope of a Miracle Foundation, a non-profit organisation that helps children access life-saving and life-altering medical treatment, has bestowed an award of recognition on our very own TV6 Journalist Nisha John-Mohammed. Nisha received the award for all the stories she's told to raise donations for these beautiful children. Read More »

Buddy Walk 2014

The Down Syndrome Family Network held their annual Buddy Walk today where youngsters and parents came together with the theme "your voice...My voice...One Voice". Read More »

Farmer’s Market

NAMDEVCO and the University of the West Indies have launched a new mobile app which promises to take the guesswork out of farming. Developed as part of UWI's AgriNeTT project, the app should help farmers boost profit margins, and give consumers value for money. It was launched today in honour of World Food Day. Read More »

Police and North East Stars Into Semi Finals

The semi-final spots for the First Citizens Cup knock out tournament has been confirmed. Police and North East Stars both prevailed in their respective encounters yesterday against St. Ann's Rangers and Caledonia AIA. Police beat Rangers 2-0 and The Eastern Lions got past AIA on penalties 4-1. The action went down at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya. Read More »

T10 Cricket Semis

The Charlieville Same Side had little trouble disposing of Canaan Bon Accord Enforcers to reach the finals of the CCN T10 Community Cricket league. Bon Accord batted first and posted 67 for three off their 10 overs. The Charlieville team had little trouble eclipsing the total. They reached 68 for one in the 8th over. Read More »

No Ebola

The Ebola Virus disease is easily the hottest topic in the world today and here at home Soca artistes Benjai and Screws have found a unique way to add their voices to the conversation. Read More »

Louis Lee Sing The Politician

Former Mayor of Port of Spain, Louis Lee Sing, has announced his intention to seek the nod from the People's National Movement for the Port of Spain South constituency. This as the party continues selecting candidates for next year's general election... With Faris Al-Rawi, Stuart Young and Clarence Rambharat already on the lneup. Read More »

Business Chamber Awards

In 2005 the Business Hall Of Fame was established to fulfill the need to celebrate the enormous contribution of the business sector to Trinidad and Tobago's development. Since then 23 pillars of the local business community have been recognised. Last evening business leaders Raymond Diffenthaller and Michael Mansoor were added to this distinguished group at the Champions of Business Gala. Read More »

Soca Women Beat Haiti

The Trinidad and Tobago Women's Football team are one step closer to creating history. The "Soca Princesses" defeated Haiti 1-0 yesterday to climb to second behind the United States in the CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifiers. The game was a tough one for the ladies who were down to ten women in the second half. However, a 37th minute header from Kenya Cordner was enough to give them the win. In the other game hosts USA defeated Guatemala 5-0 to remain atop the group. Here's the action from Illinois. Read More »

POWERGEN FIRE

Powergen is investigating two explosions at its Port of Spain plant this morning. We're told that they occurred when a boiler failed. Luckily no one was injured. Read More »

PM ON EBOLA

The Prime Minister says it would take the light of everyone working together as one to diminish the darkness of Ebola. Read More »

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