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Police action causes gridlock on the roads

Police action causes gridlock on the roads

A police exercise, which saw road blocks set up along major roads in Tobago on Monday, caused massive traffic jams and outraged commuters. Read more
Forwards to screen General Election candidates shortly

Forwards to screen General Election candidates shortly

THE screening of General Election candidates for the newly formed and registered Tobago Forwards will take place in two weeks. Read more
High prevalence of sex crimes against minors

High prevalence of sex crimes against minors

Sex crimes against under-aged children account for 70% of all sexual offences in Tobago’s judicial system. Read more
Renaissance residents demand answers to sewerage problem

Renaissance residents demand answers to sewerage problem

TINEESIA BREBNORRESIDENTS of Renaissance of Roxborough are angry that after five years of complaining about sewage backing up in their homes and running down the roads, the problem still hasn’t been fixed. Read more
24-hour security for Tobago’s schools

24-hour security for Tobago’s schools

BY the end of April, 24-hour security will be in place at all of Tobago’s schools, according to the Education Secretary, Huey Cadette. Read more
Last call for Costa Fortuna

Last call for Costa Fortuna

THE 2015 cruise ship season is almost coming to a close and one of the ships, the Costa Fortuna, which made its first visit on December 21, made its final stop to Tobago recently. Read more
Cadette: Scarborough Library ‘well patronised’

Cadette: Scarborough Library ‘well patronised’

THE response to the new Scarborough Library has been overwhelming, according to the Secretary of the Division of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport (DEYAS), Huey Cadette. Read more
Warnings of short filling at gas station

Warnings of short filling at gas station

ION-IEE FARMERMOTORISTS are being advised to pay closer attention at the gas station, following complaints about short filling. Several members of the public are reporting that the practice is going on at the NP Gas Station at Orange Hill Road. Read more
DEYAS to regulate Early Childhood Education

DEYAS to regulate Early Childhood Education

OVER the next few months, the Early Childhood Education system in Tobago will see many changes as the Division of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport (DEYAS) seeks to regulate the sector. Read more
Coming soon — The Castara  Responsible Tourism Concept

Coming soon — The Castara Responsible Tourism Concept

The village of Castara is likely to become the first community in Tobago to be used in the tourism project based on the ‘Responsible Tourism Concept’. Read more
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Police action causes gridlock on the roads

A police exercise, which saw road blocks set up along major roads in Tobago on Monday, caused massive traffic jams and outraged commuters.

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Forwards to screen General Election candidates shortly

THE screening of General Election candidates for the newly formed and registered Tobago Forwards will take place in two weeks.

Read more »
High prevalence of sex crimes against minors

Sex crimes against under-aged children account for 70% of all sexual offences in Tobago’s judicial system.

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Sports
Sobo and Combine in goal spree in Lambeau Football League

COMBINE and Sobo were the only two teams to register victories in the second round of games in the Lambeau Community Football League which is hosted a

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Georgia Football League launch postponed

The Georgia annual Football League that was scheduled to be launch at the River Bank Oval, Mt St George today ( Sunday) has been postponed because of

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Nelson siblings and Walker medal at Longcourse Swim Meet in Trinidad

Marquise and Malik Nelson and Ornella Walker were the only members from the YMCA Aqua Warriors who returned home with medals from the recently hosted

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Health Recipes
Mango Ice Cream

Number of Servings: 8 Serving Size: ½ cupCalories: 80/serving Preparation Time: 30 mins Equipment, Utensils and Materials: Fridge, ice cream freezer

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Pawpaw-Lime Sorbet

Marlene DavidsonOwner of ‘Nola – Tobago’s Gourmet GranolaEmail: [email protected] us on Facebook – Nola Gourmet ProductsNumber of Se

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Basil-Orange Cooler

Number of Servings: 8Serving Size: 1 cupCalories:  71/servingPreparation Time:  15 mins. Equipment:Utensils, and Materials Needed:  Large glass pi

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Primary School Feature
Foolish Adventure

GOLDEN rays of sunlight beamed across the wonderful sky as my friend and I went to the Pigeon Point beach. While we were there, we saw a lot of famili

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Stealing Mangoes

FREDERICK Douglas, also known as ‘Old Man Johnny’, is one of the nicest men in the neighborhood. However, in some people’s opinion, Mr. Douglas

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A day to remember

THE annual netball marchpast was here again! It was September 2013, and the competition would be hosted in Trinidad. The netballers of my school, incl

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Entertainment
Dance Festival returns

THE third annual Tobago Contemporary Dance Festival is on next weekend (March 28 and 29) at the Black Rock Heritage Park, and the 2015 installation pr

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2015 Tobago Fashion Coda launches

ONE of the featured highlights of the 2015 edition of the Tobago Fashion Coda is 15-year-old designer Orchid Linton-Providence, a student of Signal Hi

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Soca diva Patrice Roberts and Oscar B at Tambrin Mt. Pleasant blast

The former lead singer with the Byron Lee and the Dragonaires and the Toco born female soca star Patrice Roberts will be the featured guest performers

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Trendsetter
Raulnel Neptune

RAULNEL Neptune is the House Officer in Paediatrics at the Scarborough General Hospital. The 27-year-old was raised in Les Coteaux, but presently live

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Delisa Rollocks

DELISA Rollocks is an avid makeup artist and dancer, who feels most at home on the stage. At 25 years old, the Mt. Pleasant native is also employed as

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Dewayne Cobb

DEWAYNE Cobb has a passion for food and music; his voice is known to many through his job as a DJ at Radio Tambrin 92.7.

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Down the years
‘Sister Pam’, sister stable

Friday, March 19, 2004 FORMER Government Minister and MP for Tobago West, Pamela Nicholson, 60, and her sister Pat Nicholson, 62, were stabbed severa

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Windward Road gets a facelift

Friday, March 17, 1995 TRAFFIC along the Windward Road, snarled for some years at the narrow “one-way” Bailey Bridge over the Richmond River, wil

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What marriage and family mean

Friday, March 18, 1988 THEY have lived together longer than most people live. And after 68 years of married life, James and Edith Charles of St Mary

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