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A small group of dissatisfied employees of the Divisions of Community Development and Culture and Agriculture Marine Affairs, Marketing and the Environment downed tools on Wednesday in protest of the length of time it is taking for them to receive their overtime payments.

SECURITY at the Pentecostal Light and Life School is to be reviewed after a 17-year-old pupil broke his leg after being chased by alleged bullies while on the school compound.

AN appeal is being made by a new bride for help in recovering a stolen laptop which contained the only official photographs of her wedding.

Murder accused reappears

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 01:05

A Lambeau man has reappeared in court charged with the murder of Sylvert Edwards.

GUIDELINES are being finalised by the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) as part of efforts to get “better value for money” from its workers.

Chief Secretary Orville London is promising that more details about the opening of the Shaw Park Cultural Complex will be forthcoming in one week’s time. Speaking at Wednesday’s Post Executive Council Media Briefing, London explained that although events have been planned for the facility, a grand opening is yet to be finalised.


“When you have a facility as massive as the Cultural Complex, you need to ensure that when you have the grand opening, that everything is working. So what we are doing is using the activities prior to the opening to see what is going on, if there are any issues and so on, he told reporters.


The first event carded for the newly constructed complex is the ‘United in Praise’ concert set for February 3. This will be followed by the Inter-department Show a few days later. Two weeks ago, the Tobago House of Assembly announced that the cultural complex, which has a capacity of 5,000 persons, is ready for public use. An interim committee is expected to spearhead the management of the complex until a Board is installed.


Work on the Shaw Park Cultural Complex began in 2006 and was originally scheduled to be completed in June 2011. The original budget for the project was $196 million; it is now estimated to have cost a whopping $634 million. The main contractor is Yorke Structures Limited, with NIPDEC as project manager.


The Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service has given the complex conditional approval, meaning work still needs to be done before a final Fire Inspection Certificate is granted.

Cop faces 12 sex charges

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 01:00

ACTING Corporal Damien Frank has appeared before a Scarborough Magistrates’ Court charged with 12 charges of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.

Northside project could finish early

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:59

IMPROVEMENTS to the electricity supply along Tobago’s north coast could be finished within four months.

No referendum on autonomy issue

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:58

THE Tobago House of Assembly’s (THA) Chief Secretary, Orville London says a referendum cannot be held on the issue of internal self-government.

Report on self-government for Tobago published

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:58

THE report of the Secretariat, outlining Tobago’s expectations for democratic self-government, has been published online. Copies of the document were also distributed when ‘The Forum’ held a public meeting at the Penny Savers’ Car Park last Sunday.

Tobagonians talk self-government

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:56

MANY Tobagonians say they have only a limited understanding about internal self-government, while others say they don’t care about it.

Tobago’s pupils advised to be cautious online

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:48

STUDENTS from primary and secondary schools across Tobago are being taught about the importance of online safety.

PNM celebrates

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:46

IT has been two years since the People’s National Movement (PNM) swept the polls in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections and turned the whole of Tobago red.

Tobago churches to get grants by month-end

Written by Wednesday, 21 January 2015 02:33

APPROXIMATELY 100 churches in Tobago are expected to benefit from more than $1 million in grant funding from Central Government.

American tourist drowns

Written by Wednesday, 21 January 2015 02:32

An American tourist drowned while snorkelling at the Buccoo Reef, just off Pigeon Point on Saturday. Morgan Deters, 35, of New York, was on the island to attend the wedding of friends.

File in fraud case sent to DPP

Written by Wednesday, 21 January 2015 02:31

A Tobago businessman reappeared in court on Monday charged with 16 counts of money laundering by the Financial Investigations Branch (FIB) of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.

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