Glen Road Correctional Facility to be Shut Down Immediately

Chief Secretary, the Honourable Ancil K. Dennis, wishes to inform the public that the Tobago Correctional Facility, identified to house COVID-19 positive prisoners, will be shutdown with immediate effect. Chief Secretary Dennis held a consultation with the Glen Road residents via Zoom today (November 19), where residents had the opportunity to freely express their concerns…

Tobago tourism businesses become “Safe travels” endorsed

The Tobago Tourism Agency Limited (TTAL) is working in close collaboration with tourism stakeholders to make Tobago a “Safe Travels” destination, with the guidance of their recently published “Tourism Industry Health and Safety Manual for Post COVID-19”. Many of Tobago’s tourism businesses have already embraced the guidelines outlined in the manual, and have earned the…

Tobago Schools are Ready

ALL primary schools throughout Tobago are equipped, organized, and ready to receive teachers and students as they prepare for the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) on August 20th, 2020. These arrangements are in accordance with the protocols established by the Ministry of Health and adopted and implemented by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Division…

TTAL encourages domestic tourism with new campaign

The Tobago Tourism Agency Limited and the destination’s tourism industry stakeholders are seeking ways to stimulate economic activity for the island with initiatives targeting the domestic market. When the Trinidad and Tobago government closed the borders in mid-March to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the Agency ran a user-generated campaign to keep travelers and locals…

The Push for Food Security

COVID-19 has shown the importance of food security on our island. Long before the pandemic, the Tobago House of Assembly and the Division of Food Production, Forestry and Fisheries began spearheading food initiatives. Initiatives to feed school children in need, the distribution of food cards, and the continued encouragement of Tobagonians to grow their own…

I Love Tobago signage unveiled

The ‘I Love Tobago’ gateway sign was commissioned and unveiled on Thursday (June 4, 2020) on the Scarborough Esplanade, Milford Road. The project was spearheaded by the Urban Renewal Department within the Division of Settlements, Urban Renewal and Public Utilities. The signage serves as a tourist attraction and landmark, and will provide visitors with a…

All protocols in place for Exams

All the necessary protocols will be observed to ensure that secondary schools in Tobago are in a state of readiness for the hosting of CSEC and CAPE examinations. The Division, through its school supervisor and principals, is ensuring that the cleaning companies that operate in the schools, sanitize the compounds and ultimately guarantee that all…

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