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TOBAGONIANS are being urged to be more responsible to prevent fires from consuming their homes.

The Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 has been passed in the Senate, with two of Tobago’s Senators voting against the controversial legislation.

OTHER airlines are already offering to fly the London Gatwick to Tobago route, following the announcement that Monarch Airlines will end long haul charter flights by the end of April 2015.

THE Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 should be withdrawn and redrafted, according to the Regional Co-ordinator of the Independent Liberal Party Tobago, Lionel Coker.

Two fishermen found after boat sank

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 20:08

TWO fishermen, who were missing at sea for just over 24-hours, have been found.

Task force to look at airbridge

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 20:07

OFFICIALS from Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) and the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) are to meet weekly to try and resolve issues with the Tobago to Trinidad airbridge.

Tobago’s Ebola emergency plans

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 20:04

TOBAGO has a theoretical based plan of action if the Ebola virus spreads to Tobago, according to the island’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Viswanath Pratapsingh.

PEOPLE are being urged to report to the nearest health centre if they exhibit any symptoms associated with chikungunya, such as fever, severe joint pain and headaches.

Truck drivers protest after port gates are closed

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 20:01

THERE were angry scenes at the Scarborough Port on Monday night when additional vehicles were prevented from boarding the new cargo boat, the MV Superfast Galacia.

Travelling nightmare

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 20:00

MANY passengers faced long waits at both the Scarborough Port and the ANR Robinson International Airport on Tuesday as they tried to secure a seat to return to Trinidad.

Cuban experts to help Tobago agriculture

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 19:58

CUBA will be assisting the Division of Agriculture, Marine Affairs, Marketing and the Environment (DAMME) in various areas of agricultural improvements.

ILP says Lambeau fisherfolk are unhappy

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 19:57

LAMBEAU fishermen remain unhappy over the makeshift facility given to them to ply their daily trade, according to the Independent Liberal Party (ILP).

Viewport Supermarket closes

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 19:56

THE Viewport Supermarket officially closed its doors on Monday, after 24 years of existence in the heart of Scarborough.

Hundreds of truck-loads of white waste collected

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 19:54

A total of 221 truck-loads of white waste, such as old cookers and fridges, have been collected as part of an island-wide clean up campaign.

Another preparation phase for new home owners

Written by Saturday, 30 August 2014 19:42

THE Division of Settlements and Labour (DOSAL) held a preparation forum for the recipients of the town houses in Adventure Phase 11 on Thursday.

ERIC Colin Cowie is one of the four members of the Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) who have been sworn in by President Anthony Carmona, at his St Ann’s, Port of Spain office.

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