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Concerns about new ACP appointment

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:10

BUSINESS leaders are calling on the Acting Commissioner of Police to respond after the new Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) for Tobago, Peter Reyes allegedly refused to turn off his cell phone while on a flight to Tobago on Thursday.

Jelani Arthur has not secured bail to date

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:09

JELANI Arthur remains behind bars, as he has not raised $200,000 to secure bail.

Man held in connection with death

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:07

A Lambeau man is being questioned by police following the death of Sylvert Edwards on Wednesday morning. A second man is also being sought by officers in connection with the incident.

Light over darkness

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:06

Concerned residents of Tobago and well wishers came out in support of a candle light vigil held by Maureen Denoon and Angela Thompson on Monday. The candle light vigil was organized as a peaceful demonstration to send a message against crime on the island.

Freedom from Violence walk going ahead

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:05

A silent protest is to be held in Scarborough in mid-January in memory of all the victims of crime, both foreign and local “who have fallen as a result of senseless violence”.

Demands for more direct non-stop flights

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:04

AN online petition has been launched to try and increase the number of direct, non-stop flights to Tobago from the Caribbean and North America, as well as increased European flights.

Three years hard labour for breaking and entering

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:03

A 25-year-old Pleasant Prospect mason has been sentenced to three years hard labour after pleading guilty to breaking and entering.

A Chaguanas man has been placed on a three year bond to keep the peace and be of good behaviour, after appearing on Monday before Magistrate Cheryl Ann Antoine charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

Watchmen demand overtime payments

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:00

WATCHMEN attached to the Division of Community Development and Culture, who have been waiting four years for overtime payments, protested on Monday morning, demanding that their monies be paid.

IF the price of oil continues to fall, the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) may have to cut back on projects, according to the Chief Secretary, Orville London.

Tobago Slow Food enthusiasts mark Terra Madre Day

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 16:41

GOOD food lovers came together recently to mark Terra Madre Day at La Tartaruga in Buccoo.

Recording the island’s bird population

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 16:39

TOBAGO is famed for its diverse and colourful bird population, and every year a team of volunteers get up before the crack of dawn to count and record the number of species on one particular day.

Buccoo restaurant reopens

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 16:35

THE Deck, formerly the Waterfront Restaurant, at the Buccoo Integrated Facility in Buccoo was reopened under new management last Saturday evening.

After 10 yrs, PTSC eyes new home

Written by Tuesday, 16 December 2014 21:58

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

Four in hospital as truck, car collide

Written by Tuesday, 16 December 2014 21:56

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

Hadad: ChikV hurting businesses

Written by Tuesday, 16 December 2014 21:53

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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