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Saturday, November 1, 2014

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HAZEL WARD-REDMAN LAID TO REST

A paragon of professional excellence, and a woman of class. Broadcasting pioneer Hazel Ward-Redman was immortalised at her funeral as the woman who gave a nation timeless memories of the best in television. St. Paul's Anglican Church in San Fernando filled to capacity with people paying their respects to 'Aunty Hazel', who died on Monday at age 79 from pancreatic cancer. Read More »

PSA PROTESTS EBOLA THREAT

Claims that a Liberian national passed through the country this week without the proper protocols being followed. This from president of the Public Services Association Watson Duke who remains adamant that Trinidad and Tobago is not yet ready to deal with the Ebola Virus. According to the PSA president 'small money' is required to fully equip the country and if the provisions are not made the government will feel the wrath of the union. Read More »

COP ON TOBAGO’S CRIME

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams is tonight giving an assurance that all efforts will be made to bring crime levels down in the country specifically in Tobago. He spoke with TV6 following a meeting with the top brass of the police service in Tobago. Read More »

UK INCREASES TERROR ALERT FOR T&T

British nationals in Trinidad & Tobago have received an alert to be extra vigilant. But the warning is not specific to Trinidad & Tobago as the British government has issued this updated travel advice for all countries outside of the United Kingdom. Why? Well the British government says it is because of a heightened threat of terrorism to British nationals and British interests. Read More »

PTRC POLICE SHORTAGE

The Princes Town Regional Corporation is complaining of a spike in substance abuse within the municipality, but that's only where the problem starts. The Corporation is said to be functioning only on four police officers, under twenty-five percent of the sanctioned strength needed to effectively carryout the duties required. Read More »

BCCI RIOT ACT

Just what the WICB and regional cricket fans have feared became a reality today. India have responded in the strongest manner to the Windies withdrawal of their tour of the sub-continent earlier this month. The BCCI sent the WICB a letter today, threatening to take the board to court, if the WICB fails to hand over just under 42 million US dollars in compensation. The WICB was hopeful of repairing its reputation with the BCCI, but today's response has put that hope to rest. We have more. Read More »

SARWAN ON SEASON

Experienced batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan is fired up ahead of the new regional season and is looking to even guide the younger players along the way. We met with Sarwan at the National Cricket Centre earlier today. Read More »

NATIONAL OPEN TENNIS

The National Open Tennis Championships is in full flow at the King George the 5th Park. The semi-finals and finals of the men's and women's singles and doubles tennis competitions will be taking place today and tomorrow. Here's yesterday's action in the quarterfinals. Read More »

JOASH WALKINS FEATURE

In news of sambo, last evening we touched on the Trinidad and Tobago Sambo team which is hoping for funding to take part in next month's World Championships in Japan. Tonight we focus on an individual on that team who is hoping to be on the podium should they get to the tournament. He is none other than Joash Walkins who has been hard at training. Read More »

PLAY OF THE DAY

We check out a three point play as we head to the tv6 Play of the Day. Read More »

OVARIAN CANCER MIRACLE

We've all had an experience where the odds stacked against us have seemed impossible to beat. For some cancer patients, the chances of survival can be so slim that death seems certain. But as Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, we bring you the story of a woman who was told there was a 95% chance she would not live and received nothing short of a miracle. Read More »

OMG

The latest celebrity news, hottest new music videos and a chance to win tickets to an amazing local play in our weekly O-M-G entertainment segment. Read More »

LAS ALTURAS COMMISSIONERS

Cabinet has picked its commissioners to enquire into the Las Alturas housing project fiasco, which was contracted to China Jiang-su. Read More »

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