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After 10 yrs, PTSC eyes new home

After 10 yrs, PTSC eyes new home

LAND between the Scarborough Port and the Milford Road Esplanade could be the new location of the Temporary Bus Terminus for Tobago. Read more
Four in hospital as truck, car collide

Four in hospital as truck, car collide

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing after an accident at Grange Bay resulted in a truck plunging into the sea. Read more
Hadad: ChikV hurting businesses

Hadad: ChikV hurting businesses

BUSINESS leaders are claiming that some employees are using the chickungunya virus as a reason not to turn up for work. Read more
Accident victim remains in coma

Accident victim remains in coma

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing into a road traffic accident, which has left a Goodwood resident in a coma. Read more
Drivers urged to be more careful

Drivers urged to be more careful

THE family of a fashion designer, who was killed while trying to cross the Claude Noel Highway, is pleading with drivers to be more careful. Read more
Pastors say they will make good use of $55m

Pastors say they will make good use of $55m

CHURCHES in Tobago are welcoming the announcement by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar that $55 million is to be distributed among them and churches in Trinidad. Read more
Tobago Forwards to contest both seats in General Election

Tobago Forwards to contest both seats in General Election

THE Interim Political Leader of Tobago’s newest political party has confirmed that it will contest both seats in the General Election next year. Read more
Dumas not entitled to gratuity payment

Dumas not entitled to gratuity payment

RENNIE “Stretch” Dumas, a former Coordinator with the Strategic Oversight Unit in the Office of the Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), is not entitled to a gratuity payment, according to the Auditor General, Sharman Ottley. Read more
Commemoration of ANR Robinson

Commemoration of ANR Robinson

A motorcade in honour of Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson’s birthday and his life’s work and contribution towards realising internal self-government for Tobago took place on Sunday. Read more
Grafton and Le Grand Courlan mark milestone

Grafton and Le Grand Courlan mark milestone

TOURISM stakeholders have met with British travel agents and Apollo agents during their familiarisation (FAM) trip to Tobago. Read more
News
After 10 yrs, PTSC eyes new home

LAND between the Scarborough Port and the Milford Road Esplanade could be the new location of the Temporary Bus Terminus for Tobago.

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Four in hospital as truck, car collide

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing after an accident at Grange Bay resulted in a truck plunging into the sea.

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Hadad: ChikV hurting businesses

BUSINESS leaders are claiming that some employees are using the chickungunya virus as a reason not to turn up for work.

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Sports
Bethel and Lambeau battle to avoid playoff

Both Bethel United and Lambeau FC find themselves locked in head-to-head battle to avoid the playoff spot in the Tobago Football Association Premier D

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Sobers siblings impress at National Cross Country Championships

Veteran distance running brothers, Kade and Owen Sobers were impressive performers at the 2014 TT National Cross Country Championships at the Queen’

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Team bronze medals for Tobago

Tobago table tennis players, most of whom are juniors gave a creditable showing at the recently hosted Solo sponsored National Table Tennis Championsh

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Health Recipes
Caribbean Grilled Chicken Breasts

Number of Servings: 4 Serving Size: 1Calories: 337/serving      Preparation Time: 3hrs. 30 minutesEquipment, Utensils and Materials: Grill, refri

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Sweet Potato Pastelles

Number of Servings: 15    Serving Size: 1 pastelleCalories: 162/serving            Preparation Time: 1 hourEquipment, Utensils and Materia

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Pumpkin Oatmeal Muffins

Number of Servings: 12      Serving Size: 1 muffinCalories: 150/serving       Preparation Time: 30 minsEquipment, Utensils and Materials: O

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Primary School Feature
Juicy fruit, Bitter lesson

THAT day, August 19, 2013, will forever be etched in my mind. It all started when I was prohibited from climbing the plum tree because I had been grou

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Football training

DAY after day, I practiced very hard in football training. After coming home from a long drawn out day at school, I kept on practicing all my exercise

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An encounter with Anansi

ON the 15th of October, 2014, my classmates, teachers and I took a field trip to the Main Ridge rain forest. Upon arrival, our teachers warned us to s

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Entertainment
Jackie Warner links Capleton, Alkaline to ‘Bago’

JACKIE Warner was a black conscious and fashionable young woman when she lived in Tobago back in the 1970s and 80s.

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Mass Communication COSTAATT students give back

THE Mass Communication Society is a newly formed group with a membership of 14 public relations/communications/journalism students of the College of S

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Look out for SuperBlue and NCBA at Tobago launch

LOOK out for Superblue! The eight time National Road March and seven time International Soca Monarch Champion hinted to the Tobago News that his 2015

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Trendsetter
Eldon Quashie

ELDON Quashie is 24 years old and has a passion for the sweeter things in life.

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Theon Graham

THEON Graham is an enthusiastic 20-year-old with a background that is deeply rooted in the Christian faith. Second only to his love for God is his lov

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Donneal Vincent

DONNEAL Vincent is a young man from the village of Plymouth that lives each day of his life for the moments that make them memorable; the joys, the ch

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Down the years
Birth of a new PM

Friday, December 19, 1986 THE former Chairman of the Tobago House of Assembly, Arthur Napoleon Robinson, is now the Prime Minister of Trinidad and To

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Tobagonians “laid-back approach to work”…warns Umslopagass Job

Friday, December 15, 1995 TOBAGONIANS are not a lazy people. But, according to Umslopagass Job, the Technical Officer at the Works division of the Ho

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Christmas gift to Signal Hill

Friday, December 17, 2004 APPROXIMATELY 800 households in Signal Hill and surrounding areas received a Christmas gift of a reliable pipe borne water

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