Police investigate murder in Arouca

File photoA 30-year-old Arouca man died from gunshot wounds in Jade Avenue Bon Air Gardens, Arouca, on Monday. Police said they received a call about gunfire in the area and when they arrived they saw...

Family finds elderly man a week after he died

File photoThe decomposing body of an elderly man was found by his two nephews almost a week after he died at a house in Belmont. Police said the man identified as Arthur or "Jim", was...

HOURS OF LICKS

Kidnap survivor recounts harrowing taleWHY DO MY SON THIS?: Kazim Hosein, father of Shazam Hosein who was one of three men kidnapped, was yesterday asking why someone would want to harm his son. PHOTO...

Man jailed for robbing his relative

A WOMAN and her 14-year-old son were walking on Delhi Road Fyzabad last week Monday when villager Alvin Thomas and another man accosted them and announced a robbery. Thomas, who is a relative, stood guard...

Call for talks on Tobago Carnival

A tourist from the cruise ship Ventura poses for a photo with a devil mas character during the launch of Tobago’s 2019 in Scarborough in January.Kwesi DesVignes, public relations officer of the People’s National...

Body is that of missing girl, 17

THE body of a woman found in a ravine at Couva with chop and stab wounds on Saturday has been identified as that of missing 17-year-old girl Nekanya Mohamdally. The mother of Mohamdally who lived...

Duke: Govt wants to contract out Judiciary workers

PSA president Watson Duke PHOTO SUREASH CHOLAIPUBLIC Services Association president Watson Duke has accused Government of seeking to “contract-out” Judiciary workers and called on judges to join in daily protest action. He was speaking yesterday...

Benjamin: Children self-harming in TT alarming

Children Authority chairman Hanif Benjamin.CHILDREN’S Authority chairman Hanif Benjamin has described the issue of non-suicidal self-harm among children in this country as “alarming.” “It is something I don’t think we are paying a lot of...

Warn children of dark social media

PSWA head calls on parentsAg ASP Michael Seales, President of the Police Service Social and Welfare Association. PRESIDENT of the Police Social and Welfare Association (PSWA) Ag ASP Michael Seales has called on parents...

TTUTA: Failure to pay allowances could affect SEA

SCHOOL supervisors have not been paid their motor vehicle upkeep and travelling allowances since September, according to the TT Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA). In light of this, TTUTA is warning the Ministry of Education that...

More cops needed in Westmoreland, says McNeill

WESTERN BUREAU: A rise in crime in Westmoreland is being blamed on an inadequate deployment of police and soldiers. Dr Wykeham McNeill, member of parliament for Western Westmoreland, has called for the ramping...

Team effort keeps Gayle Health Centre ticking

Gayle is a rural farming community located in the western region of the parish St Mary on Jamaica’s northern coastline, with a population of just over 3,300. The Gayle Health Centre, as a...

Growth & Jobs | Perfect pillowcase for the perfect night’s sleep

Beautiful, classy and unique, the best satin pillowcases for a perfect night’s sleep. Luxury Satin Pillowcases, sewn locally, uses the most wonderfully smooth satin material and are available in various sizes – standard,...

Immigration Corner | Why is my husband stalling?

Dear Mrs Walker-Huntington, I would like your advice on this matter. I got married last year. My husband and my daughter, who are both green card holders since 2015, live in South Florida. His father...

Immigration Corner | Sponsorship or express entry

Dear Ms Powell I have a boyfriend in Canada and we are trying to find out the best way for me to move to Canada. Can you please let us know our options? Thanks in...

Immigration Corner | Routes to obtaining right of abode

Dear Mr Bassie, My father is British, and I am being told that I have “right of abode”, what does this mean, and is this so? I would greatly appreciate any light that you can...

Growth & Jobs | Abolition of minimum business tax may woo MSMEs from shadows

Minister of state in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Floyd Green, said that the Government’s move to abolish the minimum business tax is likely to spur more micro, small and...

Westmoreland murders climb to 30

WESTERN BUREAU: Savanna-la-Mar Mayor Bertel Moore has sounded an alarm over rising murders in Westmoreland, following two killings in the parish, including a student in Negril last Thursday night. Eighteen-year-old Kehian Pryce, who...

Defendant in Shineka Gray murder case loses lawyer

WESTERN BUREAU: A lawyer for Gregory Roberts, one of the two men charged with the 2017 murder of St James schoolgirl Shineka Gray, will no longer be appearing as his attorney. Attorney-at-law Shelly-Ann...

Gifted children, AI top of agenda for Maths Summit

This week’s Mathematics Summit will place high on its agenda artificial intelligence (AI) special education of gifted and developmentally challenged children. Local and international experts will today kick off the business end of...

Growth & Jobs | Tech talent solves insurance challenge

Okari Banton might not look like one, but the software developer at JN General Insurance Company (JNGI) is a revolutionary. The computer programmer took the lead in the automation of JNGI’s funds-reconciliation process...

Young: Paria not sold

COMMUNICATIONS Minister Stuart Young said United National Congress (UNC) sources have falsely claimed the Paria Fuel Trading Company had been sold to Simpson Oil Ltd (SOL.) On the Facebook page of a UNC activist someone...

PNP calls for removal of Central High chairman over murder charge

Danae Hyman, Online Reporter The People's National Party (PNP) has called for the immediate removal of Central High chairman, Henry Morant, amid reports that he is currently on bail for a murder charge. PNP caretaker...

Delroy Hewitt ruling will set precedent on police promotions, says JFJ

Executive Director of Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ), Rodjé Malcolm, says the decision of the Privy Council on the promotion of Delroy Hewitt will set a new legal precedent and will aid in the longstanding...

Pearnel Charles Jr appointed Minister without Portfolio after Ruel Reid's sacking

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced the elevation of Senator Pearnel Charles Jr to Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation. Holness made the announcement this afternoon via his...

Man charged with throwing neighbour in well sent to St Ann’s

SIPARIA magistrate Margaret Alert has denied bail to a 24-year-old man who allegedly kidnapped, beat and threw one of his neighbours about 16 feet down a well last week. The magistrate sent the accused labourer,...

Uchence Wilson Gang Trial | Former gang member outlines role of police accused in...

Nickoy Wilson, Gleaner Writer A former taxi operator today testified that accused police officer Detective Corporal Lloyd Knight was paid by reputed gang leader Uchence Wilson to get a fellow gang member by the...

UK Signs Deal with Caribbean Countries for Trade Continuity After Brexit

LONDON, England, Monday March 25, 2019 – UK businesses and consumers will benefit from a trade continuity agreement maintaining current arrangements with countries in the Caribbean soon after Britain leaves the European Union. Trade...

‘I accepted I was going to be murdered’

TEAM OF HOPE: (From left) Project R.A.R.E. founder Caron Asgarali, clinical traumatologist and Children's Authority chairman Haniff Benjamin, #NotOkay founder Candice Alaska and Miss World TT 2018 Ysabel Bisnath. LAST year, when Candice Alaska...

GraceKennedy responds to alleged attack on teacher by Calabar athletes

Don Wehby, CEO of the GraceKennedy Group, title sponsor of the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships (Champs), says the alleged attack on a teacher at Calabar High School by student athletes provides an...

Barbados Completes Renewable Energy Project

Minister of Energy and Water Resources, Wilfred Abrahams (centre); Ambassador of the UAE to Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti and Representative of the UAE in the Association of Caribbean States, Bader Al-Matrooshi (right); and Ambassador of...

Privy Council sides with JFJ challenge of Delroy Hewitt's promotion

Jerome Reynolds, Assistant Editor Online Jamaica's highest court, the Privy Council, has granted an appeal filed by human-rights lobby group Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) that challenged the promotion of ex-policeman Delroy Hewitt by the Police...

More Time to Get Rid of Plastics Under Changes to Upcoming Ban in Barbados

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Monday March 25, 2019 – The pleas of vendors and retailers for anextension to the deadline for the ban of single use petro-based plastics inBarbados have been answered. Minister of Maritime Affairs and...

Antigua, SVG hit C’bean-Trump meeting

A split in Caricom over the Venezuela crisis was seemingly shown by angry statements by two Caricom leaders condemning other Caricom heads who met US President Donald Trump at his Florida resort last week. Antigua...

New Green Fund committee to be appointed

A new Green Fund Advisory Committee (GFAC) will be appointed soon. This was the response yesterday from Planning and Development Ministry officials to concerns from people applying for grants under the Green Fund. Speaking on...

Mandatory 10-digit dialling begins March 31

The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) is reminding the public that mandatory 10-digit dialling for all local calls will begin on March 31. The OUR had extended the period of permissive dialling by five...

It’s ‘Business As Usual’ For Guyana Gov’t After Appeal Court Rules No-Confidence Motion Not...

Vice President Carl Greenidge (left) addressed the nation on the National Communication Network (NCN) about the ruling.GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Monday March 25, 2019 – Guyana’s vice president Carl Greenidge says thecoalition government has returned to...

Charles: Does Guaido trust Moses?

Caricom-Guaido meeting 'too little, too late'MP for Naparima, Rodney Charles.NAPARIMA MP Rodney Charles said that while Foreign Affairs Minister Dennis Moses has seemingly seen the light by attending a Caricom videoconference with Venezuela Opposition...

CARICOM Foreign Ministers Have Talks with Venezuela’s Opposition Leader

CARICOM Foreign Ministers and members of the delegation of Venezuela’s Opposition Leader, Juan Guaidó in Barbados. BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Monday March 25 2019 – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Foreign Ministersover the weekend met with Venezuela’s Opposition...

Ministry: Schoolboy gun rapper video old, issue dealt with

Education Minister Anthony GarciaTHE Education Ministry yesterday said a video which has been widely circulated on social media over the past week, of a teenage boy brandishing a pistol while rapping, is over a...

Caribbean: In No One’s Backyard |Sir Ronald Sanders

Former Jamaica Prime Minister P.J Patterson says “we of the Caribbean should never allow our strategy to be dictated or determined by anyone else”.ST JOHN’S, Antigua, Monday March 25, 2019 – P.J. Patterson, the...

Bandit held after Piarco robbery

A 25-year-old San Juan man is in custody after he and two others robbed three men at a house in Piarco yesterday. Police said the men were at a house on Factory Road, Piarco, at...

Prakash likens V’zla crisis to wife-beating

Prakash RamadharJUST as no decent person would ignore a man who beats his wife and children, so too no one should side with the actions of the Maduro regime in Venezuela, said St Augustine...

Correction: Cops held for 16-yr-old’s rape not charged yet

Three police officers were arrested on Friday in relation to the rape of a 15-year-old girl and are awaiting charges. Police said the girl and her parents went to the Sangre Grande Police Station on...

3 cops arrested for girl’s rape

Three police officers were arrested on Friday in relation to the rape of a 15-year-old girl and are awaiting charges. Police said the girl and her parents went to the Sangre Grande Police Station on...

29 persons injured in St Thomas crash

Some 29 persons, including students, were rushed to hospital this morning after the passenger bus in which they were travelling collided with a Toyota Rush motor vehicle along the White Horses to Morant Bay...

Kidnapped men beaten with cutlass, iron for hours

The three men released by kidnappers earlier today, after being taken from a mini-mart in Freeport on Sunday, were badly beaten for hours in a forest. Brothers Aaron Roopnarine, 20, and Sunil Roopnarine, 24, and...

Island Traffic Authority empowered to suspend driver's licences – Hare

Director of the Road Safety Unit in the Ministry of Transport and Mining, Kenute Hare, says the new Road Safety Act better empowers the Island Traffic Authority in ensuring safety on the roadways in...

Transport Authority empowered to suspend driver's licences – Hare

Director of the Road Safety Unit in the Ministry of Transport and Mining, Kenute Hare, says the new Road Safety Act better empowers the Island Traffic Authority in ensuring safety on the roadways in...

NEPA investigating crocodile incident in St Thomas

The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) says it has received a report of an incident involving a crocodile in Poor Man Corner, St Thomas. Since the report, the agency has been in dialogue...

Report cops who solicit money – police high command

The Police High Command is asserting that sanctions including criminal charges will be brought against members of the force who breach the law. The high command says it has taken note of allegations made...

Security measures implemented for boys and girls champs

The police have implemented a raft of restrictions for the Inter-Secondary School Sports Association (ISSA) Boys’ and Girls’ Championships which will be held at the National Stadium in St Andrew. The event will be...

Fake police kidnap 3: No ransom demanded

Aaron Roopnarine, 20, was kidnapped by men posing as police at the Cunupia mini mart where he works yesterday afternoon PHOTO COURTESY SOCIAL MEDIATwo men, who identified themselves as police officers, allegedly kidnapped...

Suspended SRP shot by police

File Photo by Shane SupervilleA Valencia man was shot and wounded after he pointed a gun at police last night. Valencia police were on patrol near the recreation grounds along KP Lands, La Plata, at...

Guyana appeal court overturns parliamentary vote of no confidence

Guyana's parliament building. Photo by Scott Stadum, CC BY-NC 2.0 By Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The Guyana court of appeal on Friday overturned the December 21, 2018, no confidence vote brought in Guyana’s...

Sandals tax dispute with Turks and Caicos may just be the tip of the...

Sandals' Beaches Resort in the TCI By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate managing editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com PROVIDENCIALES, TCI – The ongoing and as yet unresolved tax dispute between Sandals Resorts International and the government of the Turks and...

St Kitts-Nevis CBI corruption attracts attention of US State Department

By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate managing editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com WASHINGTON, USA – The systemic corruption and fraud in the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment (CBI) program that has been exposed during the last several...

All on board with LIAT restructuring plan, says Antigua-Barbuda PM

Prime Minister Gaston Browne By Ken Richards BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — LIAT pilots are on board with the plan to restructure the regional airline to make it a more viable entity financially. That’s the word from...

OECS condemns US decision to step up political and economic pressure on Cuba

OECS leaders meeting in Guadeloupe CASTRIES, St Lucia – The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has condemned the Donald Trump administration in Washington for its decision to bring more political and economic pressure on...

US embassy in The Bahamas responds to Chinese pushback

US charge d’affaires in Nassau, Stephanie Bowers By Jasper Ward NASSAU, Bahamas — Following a fiery statement from the Chinese embassy in The Bahamas, US charge d’affaires in Nassau, Stephanie Bowers, encouraged leaders to be wary...

Taiwan Technical Mission undertaking four major projects in St Kitts-Nevis

Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris (seated center) and Resident Taiwanese Ambassador, Tom Lee (seated right) pictured with the staff of Taiwan Technical Mission in St Kitts-Nevis and staff of the Taiwan Embassy in Basseterre BASSETERRE,...

Caribbean Airlines not flying Boeing’s 737 MAX, but travelers are still asking questions

A Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, the same model involved in crashes of Ethiopian Airlines (March 10, 2019) and Lion Air (October 29, 2018). Photo by Liam Allport, CC BY 2.0 PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad...

Carnival raises more cruise port concerns in the Cayman Islands

Cruise ship passengers lining up for the tender at George Town, Grand Cayman. Photo: David Stanley/Wikimedia GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) — Local activists opposed to the Cayman Islands government’s proposed cruise berthing facility have...

Bahamas enjoying historic visitor numbers

NASSAU, Bahamas — The Bahamas ministry of tourism and aviation has heralded the highest number of international arrivals ever, resulting in record hotel occupancy levels. The Bahamas won numerous tourism industry awards and media...

Cancun is still the number one spring break destination in the region

Spring Break in Cancun By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com CANCUN, Mexico – US News-Travel, flight organiser CheapOair, and online college student event promotion organiser, Student City, have all pegged Cancun, Mexico, as the number...

Steve Lyston | Builders must count the cost

Building is a process that requires commitment, determination and the will to succeed. It also requires the right resources and the wisdom to know how to manage the resources to make the building...

Commentary: Political and economic turmoil in Venezuela threatens Latin American and global markets

James Maxwell is head of Latam Sales at the Carlton James Group, a private investment group specializing in diversified portfolios across varying global asset classes including equity, FX trading and real estate By James Maxwell Venezuela...

Commentary: Eric Gairy led Grenada’s only successful revolution

Hudson George has a BA in Social Science from York University, Toronto, Canada. He has been writing since his early teenage years and now contributes letters and articles to a number of Caribbean newspapers By...

Commentary: For the love of Carnival and culture

Arley Gill, a former Grenada culture minister, has returned to private practice as a lawyer after serving as a magistrate By Arley Gill It is fast coming to the end of what I refer to as...

Letter: Can Trinidad and Tobago afford five more years of UNC/PNM political brand?

Dear Sir: The maxi taxi operators are on the calling list, the printers are on standby, the guys on the ground are rallying the troops, and the contractors are all gearing up for road paving...

Letter: Suspended university professor sent on leave

Dear Sir: The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) has articulated the punishments it has imposed on me. They have left my actual crimes to the imagination of the public. The following is the correct...

Letter: Response to Trinidad and Tobago government’s proposed national security council meeting with Muslim...

Dear Sir: Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) feels insulated and aggrieved by the government’s reaction in answering the call of the Muslim community to address their security concerns and to assure them of comfort and peace...

Open letter to the government of the Netherlands and the OAS: Objection to elections...

Dear Sirs: With this letter we Foundation Nos Kier Boneiru Bek, civil society NGO, with the trajectory to re-inscription of Bonaire on the list of Non-Self-Governing-Territories of the United Nations object to both elections to...

US warns TT govt about trading with China

WITH TT’s government anxious to create jobs to replace those terminated with the closure of State-owned Petrotrin, American expert on international affairs in the Caribbean and Latin America Dr Evan Ellis is advising government...

Never take feedom for granted

Spiritual Baptists remindedSPIRITUAL Baptists danced and sang as they marched through the streets of San Fernando from Carib Street to Harris Promenade on Saturday, where the Tubal Uriah “Buzz” Butler Baptist Village was opened. Bishop...

‘Scanny’ Martin’s son killed

Policeman shoots gunmanAllan “Scanny” Martin, shot dead in 2015. His son Allan “AJ” Martin was shot dead yesterday by a policeman.THE son of Allan “Scanny” Martin, who was killed by police during a daring...

Take full advantage of new sporting facility

PM encourages youthsFULL TOSS: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley sends down a full toss as he bowled the first ball yesterday at the opening of the Diego Martin sporting complex. PHOTO BY JEFF MAYERSNINE...

No identification on woman with rose tattoo

POLICE are calling on the public to assist them in identifying the body of a woman found with chop and stab wounds midmorning on Saturday in a ravine at Couva. The victim had a rose...

PM: Mischief-making by MP Charles

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. FILE PHOTOTHE Prime Minister last week alluded that Naparima MP Rodney Charles was mischief-making in asking if this country was biased is its treatment of different types of immigrant....

Moses responds

Minister of Foreign and Caricom Affairs Dennis MosesASKED yesterday if his presence at the meeting in Barbados marked a change in TT’s position of non-interference and non-intervention in Venezuelan affairs, Foreign and Caricom Affairs...

PEP still in step – Terrelonge says all set for second phase of...

There are assurances from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information that the controversy that broke last week surrounding the sacking of portfolio minister Ruel Reid will not affect the administration of the Primary...

Water quality testing for World Water Day

Environmental Officers of the Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment operates the multi parameter sonde (equipment used to test water quality) at a wetland site in Tobago.AS World Water Day was observed last...

The importance of polls and the East Portland election (part one)

Political Polls have become a very important aspect of the run-up to elections worldwide, and no less so in Jamaica. In the United States (US) presidential election of 2016, I did an assessment...

Cargill qualifies for Pan Am karate

JESSICA Cargill has historically qualified as Jamaica’s karate athlete for August’s International Olympic Committee Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, after successfully competing at the March 18-23 Pan American Senior Championships in Panama. Fighting under...

CXC names Campion kings of CSEC, CAPE

Campion College has been named Jamaica’s top-performing school in the 2018 sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE). The announcement was made during the...

Weed Ed | Terpenes: how they impact your high and their therapeutic benefits

Have you ever smelt ganja so enticing, you just want to chop it up and sprinkle it over your favourite dish like Salt Bae, the Turkish chef who broke the Internet in 2017...

Russell shines in KKR win

KOLKATA, India (CMC): Andre Russell smashed an unbeaten, boundary-studded 49 to lead the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) to an exciting six-wicket victory over the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League here yesterday. Russell clobbered four...

Anthony Clayton appointed chairman of international science committee – Hopes to increase representation...

Scientific and technical abilities of countries in North and South America, the Caribbean, and Africa could receive a major boost through the appointment of The University of the West Indies’ Professor Anthony Clayton as...

Manchester in danger! Poverty, domestic violence worrying, says researcher

As the country continues to grapple with high rates of crime and violence, social anthropologist and lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work at The University of the West Indies...

‘Hurry Hurry’ Sinclair laid to rest

Tributes filled the St George’s Anglican Church in Savanna-la-Mar on Saturday as former Custos of Westmoreland and Member of Parliament Owen ‘Hurry Hurry’ Sinclair was laid to rest. Former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson, in...

MOSES MEETS WITH GUAIDO

Days after PM reiterates non-interferenceTT’S ROLE: Foreign and Caricom Affairs Minister Dennis Moses, left, is seen in this photo of Caricom Foreign Ministers who met on Saturday in Barbados with self-proclaimed interim President of...

Stay focused on purpose, not achievements, four-star general tells private-sector leaders

Retired four-star United States Army General Stanley McChrystal says leaders must be careful to ensure that their organisations, on a whole, are achieving their ­purposes, irrespective of the greatness of the individual teams and...

First aid training for those near tourist sites

MP calls on Tourism MinisterMY MOTHER’S HEROES: Tobias Frenking, centre, with the six men, from left, Wendell Oliver, Jonathan Fongyew, Stephen Villafana, Ramnath Ramsewack and Charles and Jerome Villafana who rescued his mother Ulrike...

MATT elections next month

Vernon RamesarThe Media Association TT (MATT) yesterday installed vice president Joel Julien as the interim president following the resignation of Vernon Ramesar. Ramesar was thanked for his leadership, inspiration and guidance over the past 23...

UPDATED: CMU breaks silence on swirling controversy; denies employing persons because of political connections

The Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) is denying claims that it employed persons because of their affiliation with the ruling Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) as the controversy over allegations of impropriety and political interference continues...

Skerritt elected new CWI president

Ricky SkerrittBy RENALDO MATADEEN THE reign of Whyclife "Dave" Cameron as president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) has come to an end with challenger and former board member Richard "Ricky" Skerritt defeating the Jamaican in...

Skerritt elected CWI president

Ricky Skerritt is the new president of Cricket West Indies (CWI), after defeating Jamaican Dave Cameron by 8-4 at the organisation's Annual General Meeting (AGM) and elections at the Jamaica Pegasus on Sunday. Skerritt,...

People afraid of confessing to priests

AN Anglican minister has lamented the lack of interest in confessions among the church's faithful. Canon Ronald Branche said while confessions are a vital component of the Lenten experience, many people continue to shy away...

Finance minister gets thumbs up from business leaders for maiden budget

Several of the island's business leaders have overwhelmingly endorsed Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke maiden budget. President of the Jamaica Employers' Federation (JEF), David Wan, said the budget outlined by Clarke in the just...

Tobago’s poor work ethic

Spoke in the wheel of internal self-governmentCrown Point, Tobago.Photo: Marshelle HaseleyA noted historian has strongly criticised Tobago's poor work ethic, saying it will impact negatively the island's quest for internal self-government. Dr Rita Pemberton said...

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