Category Archives: Tobago News
The decomposing body of a woman is found at her Scarborough home.
Fixin T and T director says Minister Webster Roy was wrong by saying that Tobagonians are not suffering due to sea bridge issues
Fixin T and T’s director Kirk Waithe says Tobago East MP and Minister of State in the office of the Prime Minister Ayana Webster Roy got it wrong when she said people on the island are not suffering.
Assurance from Pathologist Dr. Hubert Daisley that autopsies will resume in Tobago…maintains that he still needs to be paid
An assurance from Pathologist Dr. Hubert Daisley that autopsies will resume at the scarborough mortuary but he maintains he needs to be paid owed monies. Only 24 hours before Dr. Daisley complained about salary issues and vented his frustration … Continue reading
The backlog of autopsies at the Scarborough Mortuary, were only yesterday being cleared, as Pathologist Dr. Hubert Daisley arrived on the scene, but not on happy terms.
Tobago Business Community contemplating bringing legal action against the T&T government because of air & sea bridge woes
Chairman of the Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce Demi-John Cruickshank estimates that Tobago businesses have lost as much as $700 million in the last year as a direct result of ongoing challenges with both the air and sea bridge.
Business owners in Tobago are being told to shut its doors for two days, due to the sea-bridge issue.
Not accurate…Tobago business owners respond to Chief Secretary’s claims they didn’t want to be part of solution to sea bridge problems
Not accurate…that’s the response from Tobago businesses to the Chief Secretary’s claims that they did not want to be part of the solution to the seabridge problems.
Business community in Tobago being accused of refusing to join committee to resolve sea bridge issues
The business community in Tobago has been accused of refusing to be part of a committee to resolve the seabridge issues.
A message to the youth of his hometown Argyle Tobago, from actor Winston Duke.
Former Minister of Culture and the Arts says having a separate Carnival in Tobago is a viable proposition
Former Minister of Culture and the Arts Winston Gypsy Peters maintains having a separate Carnival in Tobago at another time of year is a viable proposition.