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Plymouth fishermen forced to use condemned jetty

Plymouth fishermen forced to use condemned jetty

DESPITE visits by officials from the Tobago House of Assembly and the Ministry of Tobago Development, the jetty at Plymouth remains unsafe and unstable. Read more
Fishing expedition ends in tragedy

Fishing expedition ends in tragedy

VILLAGERS of L’Anse Fourmi remain in shock over the sudden death of one of its residents, Lawrence Kerr. Read more
Nigerians have mixed feelings over Ebola ban

Nigerians have mixed feelings over Ebola ban

THE decision by the Government to ban nationals from Nigeria from entering the country because of the threat of Ebola is causing confusion and mixed thoughts for many Nigerians living in Tobago. Read more
More road work for Lambeau

More road work for Lambeau

RESIDENTS of Lambeau and commuters using the Milford Road can expect improvements to the route within the coming year. Read more
ILP: Tobago East will be contested vigorously in General Election

ILP: Tobago East will be contested vigorously in General Election

TOBAGO East is still the focus of the Independent Liberal Party’s (ILP) General Election plans. Read more
Review to look at another hyperbaric chamber for Tobago

Review to look at another hyperbaric chamber for Tobago

A second hyperbaric chamber could be installed at the Scarborough General Hospital, according to the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Tobago Regional Health Authority (TRHA). Read more
TSTT opens new store

TSTT opens new store

AFTER three months, the Blink Bmobile Experience Store has opened. The temporary office space at Gardenside Street car park, Scarborough has now been replaced with a new store at the Gulf City Mall, Lowlands Mall. Read more
Commissioning of Mason Hall Y Zone

Commissioning of Mason Hall Y Zone

THE island’s seventh Youth Zone (Y Zone) has now opened in Mason Hall. Read more
Tobago Senator commends Budget

Tobago Senator commends Budget

NEXT Thursday (October 30) will see the reading of the Tobago House of Assembly's (THA) revised Budget for 2015. It follows the announcement of the National Budget last month by the Minister of Finance, Larry Howai. Read more
Calls for more assistance for farmers

Calls for more assistance for farmers

THE Independent Liberal Party (ILP) wants farmers to receive more assistance from the Tobago House of Assembly (THA). Read more
News
Plymouth fishermen forced to use condemned jetty

DESPITE visits by officials from the Tobago House of Assembly and the Ministry of Tobago Development, the jetty at Plymouth remains unsafe and unstabl

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Fishing expedition ends in tragedy

VILLAGERS of L’Anse Fourmi remain in shock over the sudden death of one of its residents, Lawrence Kerr.

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Nigerians have mixed feelings over Ebola ban

THE decision by the Government to ban nationals from Nigeria from entering the country because of the threat of Ebola is causing confusion and mixed t

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Sports
Bethel Utd, Stokely Vale beaten at home

Both Stokely Vale and Bethel United were in the losers’ column in the last round of the National Super League last Wednesday.

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Sidey’s FC booted out FA Cup

Premiership division, Sidey’s FC experienced the vagaries of the Tobago Football Association FA Cup last Friday at the Cyd Gray Complex, Roxborough.

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T&T Women still in big race

The United States Women’s National Team earned a 1-0 victory against Trinidad and Tobago to open Group A play at the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Champio

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Health Recipes
Bodi Beans with Citrus Mustard

Number of Servings: 4                     Serving Size: ½ cupCalories: 52/serving                        Preparation

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Potato and Avocado Salad

Number of Servings: 12      Serving Size: 3/4 cupCalories: 179/serving       Preparation Time: 30 mins Equipment:Utensils and Materials: R

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Broccoli Slaw

Number of Servings: 8      Serving Size: ½ cupCalories: 80/serving      Preparation Time: 1 hr. 30 mins Equipment:Utensils and Materials:

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Primary School Feature
Learning about the earth

Earth Science Week is a collaboration between the Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) Seismic Resear

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The mystery unfolds

“OH no! Where did I put that money? I can’t believe that it is lost!” I shouted worriedly. The $800 had been given to me by my aunt to give to m

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The ball search

Jabari MosesScarborough R.C. THE sky was partly cloudy on a beautiful Friday afternoon when school had been dismissed early. The sun was nowhere to b

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Entertainment
Animation Under the Stars

INTERNATIONAL animations are to be screened at Pigeon Point Beach next month as part of the 13th anniversary celebrations of the Animae Caribe Festiva

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Calypso History Exhibition at Fairfield Complex-

A calypso exhibition has been mounted at the Fairfield Complex to highlight the history of the calypso art form in celebration of Calypso History Mont

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Marvin Lewis turns on Docksite

THE 1996 National Road March Monarch Marvin Lewis proved why he is one of the most versatile performers in the nation, when he deliverd a full length

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Trendsetter
Jayann Sterling

JAYANN Sterling is a 22 year old Argyle native, who is currently living in Houston, Texas. She prides herself on being a confident, industrious young

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Rennee Des Vignes

LIVING in Lowlands, Rennee Des Vignes is an eclectic, young entrepreneur and educator. At the age of 29, she has already perfected a balance between h

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Salome Denoon

AFTER completing her first tour of duty this year in Afghanistan, Salome Denoon returned home to Tobago in July physically unharmed and mentally sharp

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Down the years
US visa-service returns to Tobago

Friday, October 11, 1991 TOBAGONIANS now no longer have to go to Trinidad to get United States holiday visas. Come October 28, after an absence of th

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Fifa approves Bacolet site

Friday, October 16, 1998 BACOLET seems to have gained the approval of Fifa Vice President Jack Warner and the members of the Fifa inspection team as

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Privatise the ferry service

Friday, October 08, 2004 THE Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) is taking steps to have the inter-island ferry service privatised.

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