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Police must step up

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:14

The brutal chopping to death of two Germans resident in Tobago is yet another wake up call to those in authority and for all residents of Tobago.

Probe the TRHA

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:12


I am forwarding letters that were sent to the Integrity Commission and Minister of Tobago Development Re the TRHA Board issue.

Why celebrate that Strike Squad failure?

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:11


Overshadowed by the events of last week which included the tragic flooding of south west Trinidad and the ongoing controversy of the President’s housing allowance, was the reported celebration of the Strike Squad’s legacy of November 19, 1989. What legacy?

To Br Ryan, Sister Denise

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:10

THIS week, let us focus on two personalities here in Tobago. Dr. Denise Tsoiafatt-Angus, the Tobago House of Assembly's (THA) Secretary for Community Development and Culture, and Ryan Joefield, the Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) bossman in Tobago.

Do you have a life plan?

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:09

IF you ask the question, “Do you have a plan for your life?”, many people will answer “No.” Most people just have vague ideas of what they want their lives to be, but most do not have a plan on how to get the life they dream of.

What is your water footprint?

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:08

MANY people are familiar with the term carbon footprint, but the term water footprint may be relatively new to many.

Effects of constant texting on social skills

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:07

ADVANCES in digital technology continue to improve the quality of life in our world today.

Excessive light exposure at night can be harmful

Written by Wednesday, 26 November 2014 05:39

MODERN technology has increased the intensity of light that we expose ourselves to daily.

News that an 8-year old girl was allegedly molested, forced the THA to immediately spring into action to address the age-old concern of security at the Scarborough RC School. 

Tobago autonomy ridiculous

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:18


STEVE Smith’s excellent letter (November 19) voicing his objections to the gradual movement to “autonomy” for Tobago is very welcome reading. It should be publicly supported by all T&T citizens who dare to speak instead of remaining passive and silent while this smouldering issue is fanned into a destructive flame. I sincerely hope that the Prime Minister is shown by the public voice that offering this issue as part of an election campaign is a very bad idea that will seriously hurt any hope of re-election.

Nuisances, not utilities

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:17


WE can no longer refer to the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) and the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) as public utilities. No, a utility is something useful—a tool, some device that enables one to do work—accomplish a task.

Price hike good for health

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:15


I was rather pleased that the most popular junk food chain had increased its prices recently. Hopefully, this would redound to better health for those for whom the increase is too steep.

New hospital equals good healthcare?

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:14

THE Scarborough General Hospital is approaching its second anniversary in its new location. I think the majority of Tobago residents accept that the hospital facilities and equipment are vastly improved, but the jury is out on operations and the management at the institution.

Peer pressure in sleepy Tobago

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:13

It seems despite the many references to it, there is no jetty at Charlotteville. What currently protrudes into scenic Man O War Bay is a pier. Piers according to the engineering fraternity; ‘are easily identifiable by pylons, poles or posts upon which a concrete or wooden pathway is placed well above the high water to assist people and goods to and from boats’.

Cautious Optimism

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:12

“Cautious Optimism” is the phrase that best describes the reaction of Tobagonians to the outcome of the meeting held between the Chief Secretary’s Executive Council and the Prime Minister’s Cabinet.

Can the TOP be put together again?

Written by Saturday, 22 November 2014 14:10

I was somewhat heartened to learn that there are now moves to resuscitate what is left of the real Tobago Organisation of the People.

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