Roxborough Secondary students at a JCI display booth in celebration of Tobago Day (December 6) at the Shaw Park Complex.
Karen Berkley Charles receives the Calypso Rose Award for the Performing Arts from Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles at the Tobago Day Awards (December 4, 2018)
Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles,centre, talks with representatives of the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) at his Division of Education, Innovation, and Energy office on Monday (December 3, 2018). From left are PATT acting Finance Manager Nadine McKenzie,Terminal Manager Godfrey Redman, Board Commissioner Tommy Elias, Secretary of the Division of Infrastructure, Quarries, and the Environment Kwesi Des Vignes, acting Administrator at the Division of Tourism, Culture, and Transportation Hazel Peterkin, and Division of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Marketing Officer Nigel Wilson.
Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte, right, Secretary for the Division of Settlements, Urban Renewal and Public Utilities Clarence Jacob, centre, and Water and Sewerage Authority’s (WASA’s) Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ellis Burris at the Hillsborough Dam on Monday (November 19, 2018).
Charles Parsons, director of business development for LS Engeria Inc., left, and THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles at the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission recommissioning ceremony at the Cove Power Plant on Monday (November 19, 2018).
Finance Week: The Division of Finance and the Economy hosted a health fair during Finance Week on November 15th at the Training Room of the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex to encourage health and wellness among staff.
IN REMEMBRANCE: Eman Legall, one of the Tobago’s two only known surviving World War II veterans, lays a wreath at the Remembrance Day Parade at James Park, Scarborough yesterday (November 11, 2018).
As part of the new Tobago branding strategy rolled out at the World Travel Market 2018 in London, this Tobago-branded black taxi/cab was unveiled on November 7.
Commanding Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard Pays Courtesy Call To Deputy Chief Secretary
The Commanding Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard, Captain Douglas Archer and other coast guard officials paid a courtesy call on Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy,
Assemblyman Joel Jack recently in a bid to strengthen ties between the Tobago House of Assembly and the maritime security arm of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force.
Courtesy call with Iraq Thomas
Tobago-born cricketer Iraq Thomas and his father Anthony paid a courtesy call on Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles at the Division of Education, Innovation, and Energy Scarborough office on Wednesday (October 10, 2018).