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Crimes against tourists drop

Crimes against tourists drop

TOURIST-RELATED crime in Tobago fell by 76% in 2013, according to figures from the Tobago House of Assembly’s Tourism Secretary. Read more
Work planned for Temporary Bus Terminus

Work planned for Temporary Bus Terminus

RENOVATION work is scheduled to begin at the Temporary Bus Terminus in Scarborough by January 2015. Read more
Melville appears in court

Melville appears in court

A man has appeared before a Scarborough Magistrate’s Court charged with possession of a Smith and Wesson 9mm pistol, possession of ammunition, driving without a driver’s licence and driving without a certificate of insurance. Read more
New NIB Mall stalled

New NIB Mall stalled

WORK has still to begin to build a new NIB Mall in Scarborough. Currently, the site remains an empty lot, with some people questioning when construction will start. Read more
Revised Tobago Budget  to be read next month

Revised Tobago Budget to be read next month

THE Tobago House of Assembly (THA) will present its revised budget next month. Read more
No work for Standard One students ….as teachers attend a worskshop

No work for Standard One students ….as teachers attend a worskshop

One week into the new school term, parents of Standard One students attending the St. Andrew’s Anglican School are being forced to keep their children at home on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Read more
London: Tobagonians do not want secession

London: Tobagonians do not want secession

Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), Orville London says the leaders spearheading the Tobago position for internal self-government still have work to do before the process is complete. Read more
Claims that special needs children in Tobago are being left behind

Claims that special needs children in Tobago are being left behind

CRAMPED classrooms and no resident speech therapist are just some of the issues threatening the progress of special needs children, according to the Acting Principal of the School for the Deaf, Speech, and Language Impaired. Read more
Police to hold Town Meeting in Roxborough

Police to hold Town Meeting in Roxborough

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) will be holding a town meeting tomorrow (September 23) at the Roxborough Anglican Primary School. Read more
Daily rated workers to receive back-pay in the ‘shortest possible time’

Daily rated workers to receive back-pay in the ‘shortest possible time’

All daily rated employees within the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) will receive outstanding back-pay in the ‘shortest possible time,’ according to Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Orville London. London was speaking at the w Read more
News
Crimes against tourists drop

TOURIST-RELATED crime in Tobago fell by 76% in 2013, according to figures from the Tobago House of Assembly’s Tourism Secretary.

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Work planned for Temporary Bus Terminus

RENOVATION work is scheduled to begin at the Temporary Bus Terminus in Scarborough by January 2015.

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Melville appears in court

A man has appeared before a Scarborough Magistrate’s Court charged with possession of a Smith and Wesson 9mm pistol, possession of ammunition, drivi

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Sports
Bishop double inspires Sidey’s

Carrion Bishop netted twice as Sidey’s F.C. registered a come from behind 2 – 1 home win against Mason Hall United Sports and Soccer School (MAHUS

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Vale only Tobago team to walk away with a point in Super League

Stokely Vale was the only one of the four Tobago teams competing in the National Super League to earn limited success on Match Day 11.

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Samuel and Mitchell on show in Charity Shield

Tobago’s Keon Samuel and Darren Mitchell may be on show in the opening match at the launch of the 2014 T&T Pro League season.

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Health Recipes
Caribbean Shrimp, Avocado and Mango Salad

Number of Servings: 4      Serving Size: ½ cupCalories: 162/serving       Preparation Time: 30 minsEquipment, Utensils and Materials: Larg

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Chicken Quinoa Broccoli Casserole

Number of Servings: 6                    Serving Size: 326gCalories: 363/serving                    Preparation Time: 90

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Pommecythere Kuchela

Number of Servings: 20      Serving Size: 1 tbspCalories: 113/serving       Preparation Time: 25 minsEquipment, Utensils and Materials: Sto

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Primary School Feature
My most memorable experience

It was a biting cold morning. The snow lay on the ground like a blank canvas waiting to be painted by spring. The cold atmosphere could not cool the f

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A world without Sin

Oh how beautiful this world could have been,A wonderful and magical place without sin;Happiness and laughter every day,               

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Drippy’s adventure

PENCILS of golden sunlight scorched the earth. Though some people may think that is good, for me it was one of the worst things that could have ever h

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Entertainment
Support for Tobago’s designers

A delegation of 14 people, including performers and Tobago House of Assembly officials, have now returned from New York Fashion Week as part of effort

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Vintage Calypso auditions next Sunday

AUDITIONS for the 2014 Vintage Calypso competition are expected to take place next week.

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Nikki and Blaxx for Teachers Talent Show

ONE of the nation’s leading female stand up comedians, Nikki Crosby and the Roy Cape Kaiso All Stars' band singer, Blaxx will be the two main featur

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Trendsetter
Sherrilee Moore

SHERRILEE Moore is passionate about diplomacy, education, and youth development, and her dream is to become a diplomatic representative for Trinidad a

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Jason George

WELL-KNOWN in the Tobago limelight as “Jason G Artistry” is Jason George, announcer/DJ/assistant technician on The Street 91.9FM, who is also gain

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Mariesel Davis

THE ultimate goal of Mariesel Davis is to establish her own private law practice. The daughter of Selwyn and Ann-Marie Davis, the 27-year-old comes fr

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Down the years
The last farewell

Friday, September 20, 1985 SEVERAL thousand Tobagonians came together last Tuesday afternoon at Goodwood to send journalist Emery Robley home.

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Do women mean ‘no’ when they say so?

Friday, September 20, 1991 DOES a woman really mean “NO”, every time she says “no”? Yes! says Wendy Nobie, a medical social worker at the Rap

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Manswell honoured for his achievements

Friday, September 19, 2003 COMMONWEALTH Games and Pan American Games silver medallist Kerston Manswell climaxed a hectic one-day schedule to honour h

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