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Final autonomy conference

News | Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Chief Secretary Orville London says that no significant sector in Tobago desires separation or secession. "Tobago wants to remain in the sovereign de...

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Industrial Court to sit in Tobago

News | Tuesday, 26 August 2014

The Industrial Court will sit in Tobago in September to hear disputes between local employers and employees on the island. This was announced by Pres...

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Tobago to be landfill free

News | Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Tobago could well become the first Caribbean territory without a landfill site. The Tobago House of Assembly and Fourth State Energy today signed a ...

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Trinidad public calls for more self-government talks

News | Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Last Sunday, 17 August, public and community groups gathered at the University of the West Indies' Teaching and Learning Complex in St Augustine, Trin...

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  • Visa holds up Stadium marking

    Two officials from German company Berth Hammers, who are coming to complete the $12M refurbishment of the Mondo track at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, have been delayed

  • Tobago Ministry in parallel operation

    The Ministry of Tobago Development is being accused of illegally running a parallel fishing data-collection system among Tobago's fisherfolk. Assemblyman Hayden

  • Prime Minister's amendments troubling Chief Secretary

    The proposed amendments to the constitution by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar threaten the status of the Tobago House of Assembly and Tobago. Chief Secretary

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