The Future of Learning

On August 14th, ‘Preparing for the Future’ was the topic of Tobago Matters, Episode 4. The focus was on education

Tobago Heritage Festival 2021

The Tobago Heritage Festival 2021 kicked off on August 1st with the Emancipation Concert ‘Remembering Her Roots.’ The annual event

Towards An Energy-Efficient Island

Clockwise, from top left, Infrastructure Senior Technical Coordinator Abdallah Chadband, Settlements Secretary Clarence Jacob, DIQE Secretary Kwesi Des Vignes, and

Cost-Saving Results

Previously a one-lane carriageway, the dual-lane Thompson River Bridge was commissioned on August 5th, 2020. The official vehicle of Chief

Improving Living Standards

Settlements Secretary Clarence Jacob presents Paulla Joseph with a cheque for the second tranche of the Home Improvement Subsidy, valued

Budget Preparation Underway

THA Deputy Secretary and Secretary of the Division of Finance and the Economy Assemblyman Joel Jack. The Tobago House of

Farmers Market Coming Soon

Produce on display inside the Shaw Park Facility (2019). The Division of Food Production, Forestry and Fisheries (DFPFF) is in

Calling Healthcare Workers

Secretary of Health, Wellness and Family Development, Assemblyman Tracy Davidson-Celestine, provides a COVID-19 update to the public (July 2021). Friday,

Lest We Forget

Tomorrow, July 27th, marks the 31st anniversary of an event that rattled the lives of every single citizen in Trinidad and

Learning In a Pandemic Phase

A student of the Signal Hill Government Primary School chats with DEIE Secretary Marslyn Melville-Jack following the 2021 SEA examination.

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