Sunday, April 20, 2014


Jazz up in Bago

THOUSANDS of visitors have arrived on the island for the nine-day Tobago Jazz Experience, which finishes next Sunday. The festival’s main event will be staged at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Friday.... Read More »

Conflicting statements on iris scan for Jazz

THE Division of Tourism and Transportation is insisting that iris scans will only be carried out on people utilising restricted areas during the ticketed events at the Tobago Jazz Experience. This is being... Read More »

Easter weekend in full swing in Tobago

CROWDS are expected to turn out tonight for the last night of Sonfest, the three-day gospel song festival held every Easter. The event, which is held at the Milford Road Esplanade, features some of the... Read More »

One dead and two injured following Parlatuvier accident

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing into a car accident at Parlatuvier, which has left one German national dead and two others in hospital. Renate Dowden, who lived at Santa Rosa Heights, Trinidad, died in the... Read More »

Temporary water supply for parts of Tobago

THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is blaming this year’s prolonged dry season for the water shortages in some parts of Tobago. The company has implemented a temporary water supply schedule, which... Read More »

Business owners threaten legal action

BUSINESS owners along Pigeon Point Road are demanding to meet with the organisers of the Tobago Jazz Experience because of concerns about the proposed road closure at the weekend. They say that if they... Read More »


Do you expect tourism to rebound in Tobago in 2012?

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