Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar is now in Panama where she will partake in the seventh Summit of the Americas this morning.
In Jamaica yesterday however, Mrs. Persad Bissessar threw the spotlight on the issue of terrorism and its effect on the region.
In the presence of US President, Barack Obama, T&T’s Prime Minister said […]
A shortage of labour and concerns about productivity are two areas being raised by the business community in Tobago.
Secretary of Finance and Enterprise Development in the Tobago House of Assembly, Joel Jack, says the matter was highlighted during recent discussion with officials of the Tobago Chapter of Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the […]
Tobagonians are being urged to do their part to make visitors’ stay on the island, a safe and enjoyable one.
Tobago House of Assembly Tourism Secretary, Tracy Davidson-Celestine, made the appeal during the weekly Post Executive Council media briefing.
She said this approach is critical especially with the resumption of a weekly flight by Virgin […]
The sister isle of Tobago proved to be a very popular choice for many this past carnival. Speaking at the post cabinet media conference on Thursday afternoon, Minister of Transport, Stephen Cadiz noted that the some 8000 travellers utilized the fast ferry service to visit Tobago during carnival.
He said […]
Newly appointed Attorney General, Garvin Nicholas, says he is ready to take on the demanding portfolio.
He will replace Anand Ramlogan who is surrounded by controversy relating to witness tampering allegations.
Mr. Nicholas appointment is one of six major changes announced by Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar , to the cabinet in an address […]
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- Former Senator and Founding Member of the Alliance of Independents is today saying that while there are a number of factors that contribute to criminal violence it starts at schoolsFormer Senator and Founding Member of the Alliance of Independents, Nicole Dyer Griffith Former Senator and Founding Member of the Alliance of Independents (AOI) Nicole D
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