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Concerns over London Gatwick to Tobago route

Concerns over London Gatwick to Tobago route

MOVES may be underway to secure a new airline for the London Gatwick to Tobago route. Read more
Supermarket robbed

Supermarket robbed

Thenesa Caton and Elizabeth WilliamsINVESTIGATIONS are continuing into a robbery at the Hi-Moor Supermarket in Glen Road. Read more
Bank employee on 68 fraud charges

Bank employee on 68 fraud charges

A 24-year-old commercial bank employee appeared in court last Monday morning to face 68 counts of fraud. Read more
No ferry tickets

No ferry tickets

PASSENGERS hoping to travel on the inter-island ferry between Trinidad and Tobago are being told that they will have to wait two weeks.  Read more
Cadette: DEYAS ready for opening of Scarborough Library

Cadette: DEYAS ready for opening of Scarborough Library

THE Tobago House of Assemby's (THA) Secretary of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport, Huey Cadette says his Division has everything in place for the opening of the new Scarborough Library. Read more
Improvements in CAPE and CSEC results

Improvements in CAPE and CSEC results

TOBAGO'S performance in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) has improved, according to the Tobago House of Assembly's Education Secretary, Huey Cadette. Read more
Self-Govt discussions focus on economic disparity

Self-Govt discussions focus on economic disparity

AUTONOMY talks continued with the public and Tobago's political parties that contested the 2013 Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections on Thursday. Held at the Mason Hall Secondary School, the meeting saw the public share their concerns on economic Read more
Moses family gets praise

Moses family gets praise

THE residents of Lambeau and Pascall Village, in particular, have offered a tumultuous thank you to the Moses family for allowing them to use their private property as a vehicular route during the repairs on the Milford Road. Read more
Tobago will be given priority

Tobago will be given priority

THE Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) says Tobago will be given priority to make sure that outstanding street lights are installed promptly. Read more
Industrial Court sits in Tobago next month

Industrial Court sits in Tobago next month

THE Industrial Court will sit in Tobago in September to hear disputes between local employers and employees on the island. Read more
News
Concerns over London Gatwick to Tobago route

MOVES may be underway to secure a new airline for the London Gatwick to Tobago route.

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Supermarket robbed

Thenesa Caton and Elizabeth WilliamsINVESTIGATIONS are continuing into a robbery at the Hi-Moor Supermarket in Glen Road.

Read more »
Bank employee on 68 fraud charges

A 24-year-old commercial bank employee appeared in court last Monday morning to face 68 counts of fraud.

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Sports
Tobago players win 12 titles in RBC Championships

Tobago tennis players won more than 50% of the finals contested in the recently concluded RBC Royal Bank Senior and Junior Tennis Championships that c

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Club Crusoe conquer Defence Force in Courts T20

Club Crusoe sailed into the final of the Trinidad and Tobago National Courts Inter Club T20 competition with an eight wicket demolition of the Defence

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First Round action in Joel Jack football culminates on Sunday

First round action in the inaugural Joel Jack Under 18 Youth Cup Football Tournament will culminate at the River Bank Oval, Mt St George today (Sunday

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Health Recipes
Mango Muffins

Number of Servings: 18                    Serving Size: 1Calories:  138/serving                     Preparation Time: 

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Quinoa Pilaf

Number of Servings: 6      Serving Size: 1 ¼ cupsCalories: 242/serving       Preparation Time: 30 mins.Equipment:Utensils and Materials: S

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Lentil and Eggplant Meatballs

Number of Servings: 20 Serving Size: 129gCalories: 101/serving       Preparation Time: 60 minsEquipment, Utensils and Materials: Stove, fridge,

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Primary School Feature
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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A sleepless night

IT was the usual, lively Friday night in the village of Plymouth, Tobago. There was music playing and cars drifting around. I was working in my father

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Entertainment
Patrons in ‘VIP Section’ unhappy about organisation of show

HUNDREDS turned out for the second edition of ‘Reggae on the Beach’, a show by ‘Brothers With Vision’ (BWV) Entertainment, which took place on

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Brachy B for Gospel Concert on Independence Day

THE power and glory of gospel music will reverberate from James Park, uptown Scarborough on Independence Day, August 31. The well-known Brachy B is pl

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Tobagonian wins radio contest

GHYANNE Edwards Jack has just returned from New York after winning a national radio contest to see four international entertainers.

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Trendsetter
Kifah Cudjoe

Hailing from the village of Bethel is 23-year-old Kifah Cudjoe. The daughter of Jeffery Peter Cudjoe, now deceased, and Wilma Warner-Cudjoe, she has s

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Nekaisha Legerton

BORN and raised in the cultural capital of the island, Pembroke, this week’s Trendsetter is Nekaisha Legerton. She is 18 years of age and is the onl

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Karisse Callender

“I am very interested in building a community focused on wellness and self care, specifically with professionals in mind,” says Karisse Callender.

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Down the years
Fuelling comfort for fishermen

Friday August, 21, 1992 FUELLING facilities are now available to fisherman of Plymouth and surrounding districts, including Milford Bay, Pigeon Point

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Ferry Service Backlash:Tobago faces food shortages

Friday, August, 20, 2004 A FOOD crisis is looming in Tobago as a result of the “inefficient operations” of the sea bridge.

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Criminals beware! Officer Footsie on the loose

Friday, August 15, 2003 CRIMINALS beware! The police Canine Branch have a new recruit in Officer Footsie, a vicious-looking, 20-month-old Rottweiler

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