Saturday, August 30, 2014


Constitution Amendment Bill Passed

The Constitution Amendment bill is now making its way to the desk of President Anthony Carmona after it was passed with the required majority in the Senate late last night. And while the Government will clearly claim a legislative victory, it could not have occurred without the votes of Senators who are not supposed to be aligned to either the Government or the Opposition- a negotiation that was by no means a short or simple one. Read More »

Ryder Scott Report 2014

The country's proven natural-gas reserves declined by 7% since last year. That's according to the Ryder Scott report released today. The Ryder Scott report is an annual report looking at this country's natural-gas reserves. But Energy minister Kevin Ramnarine says, it's not a cause for concern because the exploration options look good and it should not have an effect on the upcoming budget. Read More »

Kelly-Ann Baptiste’s Ban Lifted

After a lengthy period of silence on the career of sprinter Kelly Ann Baptiste, the National Association of Athletics and Administrators has finally revealed what's been stalling her return to the track. A release from the National Athletics body today stated she was cleared to run on August 12th by their Disciplinary Committee. However, the IAAF has blocked her return to the sport. Read More »

Netballers on Sporting Edition

On Monday night Trinidad and Tobago beat Barbados 53 to 46 in the final of the AFNA Regional World Cup qualifiers in Calgary, Canada. That run in the tournament saw them book their spot for World Cup Sydney 2015. This morning the coach and the captain dropped by as they recounted their success. Read More »

Republic Bank YC

The finals of the Republic Youth League took place last Saturday at the Queens Park Savannah in Port of Spain. The winners of the U10 Division were the Trendsetter Hawks, Blast were Champions in the U12 rung and rounding off the Youth League in the U14 division, Point Fortin Civic. We have the highlights. Read More »

Play of the Day

For our TV6 Play of the Day we check out the next generation of soca warriors from the RBL Youth Cup. Read More »

Parents Protest Incomplete School

It almost seems like a habit now. For the second consecutive year, the new school year is about to begin, and the Pleasantville Secondary School, once again, isn't ready, according to parents. This, although the Minister of Education has been busy touring schools to check on the progress of repair works. Read More »

OMG Entertainment

Well folks, it's Friday once again, O M G! Read More »

Siparia Residents Protests Against MP

Some Siparia constituents were hoping to make the Prime Minister the first recall guinea pig of the Constitution Amendment Bill. They would have had the support of one environmental activist. Read More »

Senate Debate continues on Constitution

Being independent may never have brought so much pressure to the Senators on the Independent benches as over the past 72 hours as the debate of the Constitution Amendment Bill in the Upper House entered day three. Read More »

Salvatori Bldg Protest

Vendors on the Salvatori-building site square-off with Port of Spain Mayor - Raymond Tim Kee. Their time on the premises has run out and the state is ready to reclaim the land. Read More »

Diego martin pavements

Two weeks ago, we brought you the story of a differently-abled man who uses a wheelchair to navigate his community of Diego Martin. But the extension of the highway suddenly made it difficult for him to move around. Read More »

Clogged drains in Montrose cause concern

Fatty chicken tissue floating in stagnant drain water. Imagine that. Disgusting huh? Read More »

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