DEA Meeting THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles greets the head of the US Drug Enforcement Agency in Trinidad and Tobago Clarence Shuler, as Senior Superintendent Lloyd Mc Alpin of the Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service looks on. The pair visited the Chief Secretary at the Administrative Complex, Calder Hall to discuss an upcoming conference to be held in Tobago (December 7, 2017).
New US liaison officer THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles greets the United States Embassy's liaison officer to Tobago Kevin J. Ogley, during a courtesy call at the Administrative Complex, Calder Hall on Thursday (December 7, 2017).
Tobago Day Thanksgiving Service Pastor Cuthbert Gordon prays during a Thanksgiving service at the Church of the Nazarene, Canaan, attended by THA Assemblymen, as well as Member of Parliament for Tobago East Ayanna Webster-Roy. The service kicked off Tobago Day 2017 celebrations.
Courtesy call by South African High Commissioner THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles presents South Africa's High Commissioner Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Thami Xoliswa Nomathamsanqa Ngwevela with a copy of the book "Tobago, Clean, Green, Safe and Serene" during a courtesy call at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex on Monday (November 27, 2017).
Chief Secretary meets with CAA and AATT THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, second from right, Secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack, right, and Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips, centre, met with members of the Civil Aviation Association and the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday (November 21, 2017). Here, Charles greets Captain Thomas E Lawrence prior to the start of the meeting at the Tourism Division. Also in photo is Airport Authority chairman Nigel Ferguson, left.
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.