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Cabo Star on drydock for 2 weeks – Tobago chamber calls for back-up cargo vessel

Cabo Star on drydock for 2 weeks – Tobago chamber calls for back-up cargo vessel President of the Tobago Business Chamber Martin George is calling for a back-up vessel to service the inter-island seabridge whenever the MV Cabo Star —the lone cargo vessel servicing Tobago – is out of commission. On Monday, the MV Cabo Star was taken out of service for two weeks for planned maintenance works. In an advisory, the TT Inter-Island Transportation Company Ltd notified those who regularly use the cargo service that the vessel will undergo maintenance between June 5-16. It is expected to resume normal operations on June...

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Economist: THA to buy X-ray machine for Scarborough port

X-ray machine for Scarborough port ECONOMIST Anslem Richards says the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) is looking to invest in an X-ray machine for the Scarborough Port, in an attempt to prevent the flow of illegal guns into the island. On Monday, Tobago recorded its seventh gun-related murder for the year so far with the killing of Denson Turner. Eyewitnesses said Turner was in a garage at a house in Les Coteaux shortly after 5pm when two men approached him and started shooting. He died on the spot. Earlier that day, gunmen also robbed a jewellery store at Port Mall, Scarborough. Richards said he has...

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Tobago Chamber: THA must come clean on voice note

THE Tobago Business Chamber has joined the chorus of voices calling on the THA to clear the air on the now infamous voice note which has gone viral on social media. In an audio clip, two people, believed to be THA officials, were heard discussing using state funds to hire people for public relations and propaganda. Chief Secretary Farley Augustine has not yet responded to the voice note, despite mounting calls for him to do so. In a WhatsApp voice note on Thursday, the chamber’s chairman Martin George said the issue was serious. “These are, of course, very serious, weighty and troubling matters and...

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‘Farley, you need to man up’

President of the Tobago Business Chamber Martin George is calling on leaders of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to “man up” and clear the air on the voice note, in which two people alleged to be THA officials are heard discussing the use of assembly funds to pay for partisan political activity. “We think that it is now incumbent upon the leaders of the THA to come out and clear the air and indicate what, if any position, they have in relation to these matters, as they do not appear to be going away or dying quickly and have taken...

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THA Must Come Clean on Voice Note

THE leadership of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) must address immediately the concerns of Tobagonians arising out of a voice note that has been circulating on social media. President of the Tobago Business Chamber Martin George in a video statement on Thursday said the matter was “serious, weighty and troubling.” The voice note that has been circulating since last week purports to be the recording of two senior THA executive officials discussing using public funds to hire people to carry out their agenda using social media. Since then, THA officials have not addressed the matter publicly. George said, “We think that it is...

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