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New ambulances commissioned

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:20

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).

DAMME and vendors begin talks

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:19

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 the Environment (DAMME) to share their views on the issue of their temporary relocation to facilitate construction and to give suggestions on the preferred design features to be included into the project.

Third ACP for Tobago takes up his post

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:18

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

Jack: “London doing verbal gymnastics”

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:17

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.

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.

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.

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.

Y-Zones failing

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:13

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.

Foreigner frustrated over importation delays

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:11

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.

Increased remuneration for tutors

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 06:09

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

THE new Scarborough Library Facility hosted its first storytelling session for children on Wednesday afternoon.

Tobago Scouts mark Founder’s Day

Written by Sunday, 01 March 2015 05:56

MEMBERS of the Tobago Scout Council celebrated the organisation’s Founder’s Day recently, with an investiture service at the Fairfield Complex.

THE People’s National Movement’s (PNM) Heliconia Foundation for Young Professionals launched its Tobago Chapter recently at the Lambeau Community Centre.

Candidates for PNM

Written by Wednesday, 25 February 2015 03:52

THE screening of the prospective People’s National Movement (PNM) General Election candidates for Tobago’s two seats will begin next week.

Scarborough Library ready to serve patrons

Written by Wednesday, 25 February 2015 03:52

THE new Scarborough Library finally opened its doors on Monday, 11 years after construction started and nearly 18 years since the earthquake that forced the previous facility to close.

IN what is being seen as a novel and unprecedented development, the Principal of the Scarborough Secondary School, Sherra Carrington-James was summoned to appear before the Scarborough Magistrates Court on Monday to answer charges of larceny of a cell phone, after she confiscated it from a pupil.

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