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New ambulances commissioned

New ambulances commissioned

TOBAGO’S new fleet of 10 ambulances, which have cost $5.2 million, are now on the road. The vehicles were commissioned on Friday by officials from the Division of Health and Social Services and the Tobago Regional Health Authority (TRHA). Read more
DAMME and vendors begin talks

DAMME and vendors begin talks

The mutli-million dollar renovations to the Scarborough Market should take 12 to 18 months to be completed. On Tuesday, farmers, vendors and other stakeholders of the market were invited by the Division of Agriculture, Marine Affairs, Marketing and t Read more
Third ACP for Tobago takes up his post

Third ACP for Tobago takes up his post

FOR the third time in three months, Tobago has a new Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP). Read more
Jack: “London doing verbal gymnastics”

Jack: “London doing verbal gymnastics”

Political leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) Ashworth Jack is demanding an apology from Chief Secretary Orville London for his lack of action on the issue of Tobago’s autonomy during his time in politics. Read more
Cudjoe:  It is good that the conversation has started

Cudjoe: It is good that the conversation has started

Senator Shamfa Cudjoe says while media houses have misreported her presentation during The Adoption of Children (Amendment) Bill, 2014, she is happy that the conversation on the controversial issue has begun. Read more
Tobago House of Assembly awaits its international global credit rating

Tobago House of Assembly awaits its international global credit rating

IN the next few weeks, the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) will be assigned its rating by the global credit rating agency, Moody’s Investors Service. Read more
Plymouth Jetty to be demolished and reconstructed

Plymouth Jetty to be demolished and reconstructed

An agreement to demolish the Plymouth jetty has been reached between the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) and the owner of the property Francis Gilette. Read more
Y-Zones failing

Y-Zones failing

ONLY three of the Division of Community Development and Culture’s seven Y-Zones, are fully functional, according to Assistant Secretary of the Division, Ancil Dennis. Read more
Foreigner frustrated over importation delays

Foreigner frustrated over importation delays

A note is to be sent to Cabinet on the matter involving a number of foreigners who are awaiting their containers to be cleared at the Port of Port of Spain. Read more
Increased remuneration for tutors

Increased remuneration for tutors

TUTORS teaching this year’s Vocational Skills Training Programme, run by the Division of Community Development and Culture, will now receive $100 an hour. Read more
News
New ambulances commissioned

TOBAGO’S new fleet of 10 ambulances, which have cost $5.2 million, are now on the road. The vehicles were commissioned on Friday by officials from t

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DAMME and vendors begin talks

The mutli-million dollar renovations to the Scarborough Market should take 12 to 18 months to be completed. On Tuesday, farmers, vendors and other sta

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Third ACP for Tobago takes up his post

FOR the third time in three months, Tobago has a new Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP).

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Sports
Rain disrupting TZBC basketball games at Shaw Park

The Tobago Zonal Basketball Commission made an early start to the season to prevent postponement of games due to inclement weather, but it seems that

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Roberts, Alfred, Daniel and Nedd score runs in Trinidad

Tobago cricketers competing for Trinidad teams in the Trinidad and Tobago 50-over Tournament hosted under the umbrella of the Trinidad and Tobago Cric

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Inter-church football starts with competitive games

The Theosebela Sporting Organisation Inter-church Football and Netball Leagues got underway last Saturday at the Lambeau Recreational Facility, Lambea

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Health Recipes
Pearl barley seafood risotto

GABRIELE DE GAETANGOLa Tartaruga Italian RestaurantThis week I share my recipe for pearl barley seafood risotto: instead of using the traditional rice

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Almond-Crusted Shrimps

Number of Servings: 4      Serving Size: 4 piecesCalories: 259/serving       Preparation Time: 30 mins Equipment:Utensils and Materials: S

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Stir-Fry Vege-Noodles with Flying Fish

Number of Servings: 4      Serving Size: 1 cupCalories: 291/serving       Preparation Time: 15 minsEquipment, Utensils and Materials: Stove

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Primary School Feature
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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My Bravest Moment

It was a dark and scary night, the winds were howling like ancient ghosts on the outside. The street lights were dim and blinking like Christmas tree

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Surprise at the beach

IT all began on a peaceful and beautiful day; the scorching sun shone brightly in the sky; the breeze blew gently against my skin.

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Entertainment
Jazz patrons will have the chance to experience the Glam Suite

A new service is to be offered to patrons at this year’s Tobago Jazz Experience.

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Late Start to Crown Point Jouvert

Jouvert celebrations in Crown Point got off to a slow start this year with seemingly many more spectators than masqueraders.

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Classic Blue Devils and Fancy Sailors parade Scarborough

Carnival presentations on Monday were greeted by sparse, but enthusiastic crowds in Scarborough. 22 traditional Mas bands and 15 conventional bands we

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Trendsetter
Courtland Adams

AT 20 years old, Courtland Adams is employed by the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Services as a Meteorological Observer at the ANR Robinson Inter

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Kennethia Douglas

Kennethia Douglas is 32 years old and resides in Darryl Spring. She is presently employed in the Planning Department of the Tobago House of Assembly (

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Lindsay Hall

LINDSAY Hall is 26 years old and resides in Carnbee. She is a dancer and yoga instructor, and is the Director of Island Yoga Lifestyle which started i

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Down the years
THA needs may not be met, says Manning

Friday, March 1, 2002 PEOPLE’S National Movement (PNM) Political Leader and Prime Minister, Patrick Manning, addressing a special sitting of the To

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One Love

Friday, March 4, 1988 PEOPLE have been migrating from Tobago to Trinidad for most of this century because of the lack of opportunity here, according

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Beach police needed in Tobago

Friday, February 17, 1989 A German couple and their three-year-old son, who were recently robbed while visiting the island, are suggesting that the p

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