Category Archives: Tobago News
A projected $197.2 million dollars in revenue for today this fiscal year. Finance Secretary Joel Jack in his Budget presentation yesterday listed the figures and said his administration’s tally looks good for Tobago. Secretary Jack also said in the area … Continue reading
An assurance that Tobago has an adequate number of beds and contact tracers for upcoming phases of the island’s response to COVID-19. At the COVID-19 briefing on Wednesday, acting Director of Primary Care at the Tobago Regional Health Authority Dr. … Continue reading
A Tobago businessman has died in an accident on the Plymouth Road. Curtis Phillip was 47-years-old. Mr. Phillips was driving his vehicle yesterday morning when the driver of another vehicle appeared to have lost control and slammed into him. Mr. … Continue reading
Police have held a man and a woman in connection with the killings of brothers Kelton and Kenwyn James. The James brothers were shot in Tobago last Friday evening. yesterday officers of the Special Operations Response Team made the arrests … Continue reading
Tobago police have arrested 20 for flouting the Public Health Ordinance. They were held yesterday at No Man’s Land beach, for breaching the public gatherings rules of 5 or less. It is said officers of the Shirvan Road and Scarborough … Continue reading
Tobagonians in need of critical medical care not available in Trinidad and Tobago have been given a lifeline. This as the Tobago House of Assembly has launched the Medical Assistance Review Committee. The Medical Assistance Review Committee has been established … Continue reading
The Office of the President seeks to clear the air on the process surrounding the swearing-in of the fourth Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly, Ancil Dennis.
Minutes after he was sworn in as Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly Ancil Dennis vows to do his best in the position.
A promise to Tobagonians that construction of a new bus terminal will begin before the end of the year.
Minority Leader and Political Leader of the Progressive Democratic Patriots, Watson Duke comes under heavy criticism for refusing to join the One Voice Collaboration in Tobago.