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Four injured in accident

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:34

Mersha Ramsey

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing after an accident at the junction of Buccoo and Shirvan Road, which left four people requiring hospital treatment.

TWO Tobago men have appeared in court charged with the murder of 60-year-old Division of Infrastructure retiree and taxi driver, Curtis James.

A 34-year-old father of seven has appeared before Scarborough Magistrate Seemungal Ramsaran on Thursday to answer two charges.

Men face larceny charges

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:31

THREE men have appeared before the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court on a charge of larceny.

New traffic regulations from October

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:30

EFFECTIVE from Wednesday (October 1), there will be no right turn from Old Government Farm Road, Shaw Park and Mount Marie Road onto the Claude Noel Highway.

Proposed marina for Petit Trou

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:26

ET will protest any plan

ENVIRONMENT Tobago (ET) says an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has already ruled out Petit Trou as a suitable location for a marina in Tobago.

New Y-Zone commissioned for Plymouth/Bethesda

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:25

YOUNG people and other residents in Plymouth/Bethesda and environs now have access to a new Y-Zone facility.

HIV/Aids on the rise in Tobago

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:24

CASES of HIV/AIDS are on the increase in Tobago, according to the General Manager of Primary Care on the island.

Mother appeals for help

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:23

A Belle Garden mother is appealing for help to find one of the last things given to her by her daughter, who died more than two years ago.

A “habitat” for the Henrys

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:21

AFTER losing his home at Bethel to a fire in 2012, things are now turning around for Neil Henry.

No bottles for Tobago’s processors

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:20

Bottles required for packaging items produced in Tobago are in short supply and the Tobago Agro Processors Association (TAPA) is expressing serious concerns over the situation.

Scarborough R.C. walks the talk of patriotism

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:08

SCARBOROUGH R.C. School hosted its annual Patriotic Day celebrations on Tuesday. The event, which is unique to Scarborough R.C. and which has become a mainstay of the school’s yearly calendar of events, began with a procession from the schoolyard into the St. Joseph R.C. Church. This included the flag party and uniformed bodies based at the school such as the Cub Scouts, Girl Guides and Brownies.

Exploring love between Tobagonians and foreigners

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:05

IT started out as a documentary about sex tourism in Tobago. Instead, Kyle Walcott’s film took an unexpected turn, and Glass Bottom Boat became a poignant tale of enduring love.

TTFF/14 drawing to a close

Written by Sunday, 28 September 2014 00:03

THERE are just a few days left to see some great films from Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean, as part of this year’s trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff).

Continuing to raise awareness of AIDS/HIV

Written by Saturday, 27 September 2014 23:57

THE Friends of the Tobago AIDS Society (FOTAS) continued its longstanding commitment to AIDS/HIV awareness with its annual walk on Wednesday.

Gems City launches “Lavish Tribes”

Written by Saturday, 27 September 2014 23:49

THE Gems City Band is gearing up to present its offering “Lavish Tribes” on the streets of Scarborough on Carnival Monday and Tuesday.

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