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Thursday, October 2, 2014

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Four Accused Police Officers

It was a story that first broke here on TV6 two weeks ago. A Chinese couple robbed of a large sum of money at their home in Arouca, allegedly by of all people police officers. This morning four officers faced a Port-of-Spain magistrate charged with the crime. And TV6 was in Courtroom One as the cops made their first appearance. Read More »

Inspector Sahadeo Singh Laid to Rest

He's been in court many times, on the right side of the law. Today, Police Inspector Sahadeo Singh was sent off from this world with a mixture of the regimental and the religious. While his family and friends thanked him for his life and service, police warned that any celebration of his death only signals criminal intent. The funeral of Inspector Singh, who died suddenly of a stroke on Sunday, was at his Carapo home. Read More »

Dillon ‘Bandy’ Skeete Laid to Rest

Today saw another funeral, this one for one known to be on the other side of the law: Dillon Bandy Skeete who was shot dead in Laventille last week and whose killing was followed by a reported attack on Besson Street Police Station. Whatever his reputation, he too left family in much grief. Read More »

New Discovery on Debe to Mon Desir Highway

The Caribbean region's oldest known resident may have a say in the dispute between the Government and the Highway Re-Route Movement. A Trinidad and Tobago born UNESCO employee says his importance to the region's history has been understated and it would be a travesty if his home were destroyed in the name of progress. Read More »

Tobago Police Search for Fraudster

Beware of a con-woman on the loose in Tobago. Her target appears to be guest houses who she tricks her way out of paying. Police say she pretends to be an interior decorator. Read More »

Gov’t Wants 70 year old Jurors

A major expansion in the jury pool is to be undertaken by the Justice Ministry at a time when there continues to be concerns about jury tampering in murder cases in particular. The Justice Minister announced these and plans for the Forensic Science Centre during the Senate's Budget debate. But one Opposition Senator raised concerns about a bid for contract concerning the security company that provides prison transportation services. Read More »

UEFA Champions League

The league of champions grabs the mic now. As matches continued across Europe in the group stages. Read More »

Evolution of Spin

As the art of spin bowling has become a much talked about topic in cricket nowadays, especially with so many variations and new techniques being employed in the art-form. Its quite a handful to take in at once so tonight, we attempt to explore what's been happening in the art-form, in the first edition of a two part series. Read More »

Play of the Day

For the TV6 Play of the Day we head to UEFA Champions League action. Read More »

Gamechangers

Something every parent can relate to: the feeling at the end of a long day taking care of your child. Read More »

FPA Partially Supports the Baby Grant

President of the Family Planning Association Jerry Brooks is in support of government's baby grant initiative but he isn't satisfied with the terms of the policy. Mr. Brooks feels that if such a program is to be successful it must be approached holistically. Read More »

Fighting Viruses in the Region

A regional government minister is calling on all members of the Association of Caribbean States to do all they can to keep the ebola virus out of the region. Dr Morais Guy, Jamaican Minister without Portfolio attached the the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing was speaking at an ACS news conference following the opening ceremony for the 23rd Meeting of the Special Committee on Transport at the ACS Secretariat in St Clair this morning. Read More »

Inside Business

The Trinidad & Tobago delegation which visited New York for the United Nations General Assembly last week was not just conducting the business of International diplomacy. The team also did some business with U.S. Investors as the government seeks to reduce a TRADE deficit. More in tonight's Inside Business. Read More »

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