Lunch with British High Commissioner British High Commissioner Tim Stew is in Tobago and will be visiting several project initiatives of the British Government as he seeks to strengthen the High Commisson's relationship with Tobago. Here he chats with Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack.
First Citizens Bank Girls First launch First Citizens Bank (FCB) held its Girls First Festival press launch today (November 10) at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort. On November 18, from 9:30 a.m, First Citizens will present the Girls First Festival for girls ages 13-18 where they'll enjoy various sessions from career and professional development to personal safety and fitness. From left, Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack, FCB Manager Corporate Communications Dexter Charles, FCB Group CEO Karen Darbasie and FCB's Head Brand Marketing Larry Olton.
Remembrance Day Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack greets Flt Lt Devon Penheiro, Aide to the Chief Secretary for the Remembrance Day ceremony during a courtesy call at the Secretary's Scarborough office on Friday (November 10). Jack will be the designated head official at Sunday's (November 12) Remembrance Day celebration in the absence of Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles. Photo courtesy Department of Information.
Chief Secretary visits China THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, Vice Mayor of the Zhuhai Municipal Government Zhu Qingqiao and the Director of Zhuhai Foreign Affairs Bureau Zhang Meisheng discuss similarities between Tobago and Zhuhai while looking at the Capital of Paradise book cover.
THA meets with the T&T Civil Aviation Authority Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, centre, and Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips, to his right, meet with representatives of the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) and the Division of Tourism yesterday (October 24, 2017) at the Office of the Chief Secretary Conference Room, Administrative Complex, Calder Hall. From left are Alexis Brathwaite, TTCA Manager of Air Traffic Services and ANS Safety; the Authority’s Sandra Warner, Corporate Secretary/Legal Officer; Francis Regis, Director General of Civil Aviation; Thomas E Lawrence, TTCAA chairman; Kieron Mc Dougall, adviser to the Tourism Secretary; Ingrid Ryan-Ruben, Administrator of the Tourism Division; the Division’s tourism manager, Cherry-Ann Edwards-Louis; and Tourism Division transportation coordinator Samuel Henry.
Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles meets with the PTSC Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, left, greets Public Transport Service Corporation director Learie Paul ahead of a meeting with the Corporation yesterday (October 24, 2017) at the Office of the Chief Secretary, Calder Hall Administrative Complex. Also in photo are, from left, PTSC officials, deputy general manager operations Brian Juanette, deputy general manager engineering Garth Alexander and Tobago operations assistant general manager, Henry Cook.
Signing of MOU for Studley Park workers Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, standing at left, and Secretary of the Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment Councillor Kwesi Des Vignes, next to him, look on as NUGFW President General James Lambert signs the memorandum of understanding between the union, representing workers at the former Studley Park quarry, and the THA. Signing on behalf of the Division is Administrator Ritchie Toppin, while general secretary of the union Joy Jillian Bartlett-Alleyne is at left.