Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Rowley Walks in Laventille

Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams, has some questions to answer about the actions of the police immediately following a shooting at Desperlie Crescent in Laventille, last Thursday. Read More »

Insp Singh Dies Follow-up

A man who could be counted on to be fair and impartial- qualities that allowed him to make an impact in the difficult, crime-infested area of East Port-of-Spain. Inspector Sahadeo Singh, his colleagues say, will be dearly missed and there's no one in the police service to fill the gap that his death has left. Read More »

PM Stands Ground on Anti-Terrorism Vote

The Prime Minister is standing her ground that this country's support for the US -sponsored resolution against terrorism at the UN was the right thing to do. This in the face of criticism from the Opposition Leader. Read More »

OWTU Meets Howai on Wage Settlement

The OWTU is ready to collect on its outstanding debts from the government. President General Ancel Roget paid an unannounced visit to the Minister of FINANCE today demanding outstanding negotiations be settled soon. Read More »

Dolphins vs KKR

Narine maintained his leading wicket-taker status in the Champions League T20 competition helping the Kolkata Knight Riders beat the Dolphins by 36 runs in their group stage clash in Hyderabad. Narine took 3 for 33 and now has 11 wickets as the Dolphins were restricted to 151 for 8. Earlier Knight Riders made 187 for 2 in their 20 overs with 85 not out from Robin Uthappa, while Manish Panday hit an unbeaten 76. As a result, Knight Riders won their thirteenth straight game. Read More »

Caledonia Wins Hoop of Life

First it was Laventille 2012, La Romain 2013, and now Caledonia in 2014. After knocking on the door for the past couple seasons, they are the $1.5m Hoop of Life champions. As we told you last evening Caledonia were crowned winners for the first time, after beating last season's beaten finalists Maloney 63-61, to win the best-of-three final series 2-0 on Saturday in Maloney. Caledonia were led again by shooting-guard Kyeon Joseph, who topped all scorers with 28 points. Read More »

WASA vs Siparia

Wasa FC hosted the Siparia Spurs at their ground in St Joseph on Sunday. In a hard fought battle, Wasa eventually came out the victors 2-1. Read More »

Play of the Day

For the TV6 Play of the Day we head to Champions League T20 action. Read More »

Battle for Tobago Seats

The battle for the Tobago East and West electoral seats seemed to have kicked off in Tobago yesterday. Tobago West representative Dr. Delmon Baker was in a fiery mood at the launch of the Ministry of Tobago Development's People Helping People programme at Lowlands. And Deputy Political Leader of the PNM, Orville London, was also in full campaign mode, as he addressed supporters at Black Rock. Read More »

Arima Killing

A gruesome discovery was made this morning at the Arima Race Track as the severed head of a man was found with his body a short distance away. Read More »

Innocent Bystander Killed

A seventeen year old boy is shot and killed by a bullet from the gun of a police officer. The teenager was at a party at the military museum in Chaguaramas when the incident occurred. Read More »

Pro League Action

Defence Force and Caledonia got their pro league campaigns off to a winnings start yesterday. Caledonia were forced to come from behind in their 2-1 victory away to Point Fortin Civic with Pernell Schultz and Keyon Edwards on target for Cale. Meanwhile, the Army-men needed a 90th minute penalty from Richard Roy to defeat North East start at Larry Gomes stadium. Read More »

PNM Screening

The PNM gets a head start on screening candidates for marginal constituencies, as the 2015 general election draws near. The party's screening committee confirmed candidates for three constituencies at the PNM headquarters yesterday. Read More »

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