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Tobago chamber wants Budget to focus on sea plane service

With days to go before Finance Minister Colm Imbert delivers the 2019/2020 fiscal package, many people are putting out their wish list and the Tobago Business Chamber is no different. On Friday Chairman Martin George said one of the new and innovative ideas the Government should consider is the establishment of a Sea Plane Service between Port-of-Spain and Scarborough. “Which is only for business persons and persons traveling for a one day trip to Tobago.” He said it could be a 20 minutes flight with no luggage allowed. He explained that this was essential for business between both islands. As it relates to the...

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George wants India help to develop Tobago. New High Commissioner welcomed at reception

President of the Tobago Chamber of Commerce Martin George has challenged new Indian High Commissioner to TT Arun Kumar Sahu to establish to a sub-office on the island. "I would like to see the High Commissioner of India become the first diplomatic mission accredited to Trinidad and Tobago which opens a sub-office in Tobago," George said in brief remarks on Wednesday, at a cocktail reception to welcome Sahu to Tobago at the Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort, Lowlands. "There is tremendous potential for that, tremendous potential for cultural exchanges, business exchanges, development of business ideas in Tobago." He added it will serve...

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CrimeInTT #CitizensSecurity #Vigilantism #MobJustice #SelfDefense #MartinGeorge MARTIN GEORGE, attorney at law and member of the Police Service Commission, examines the implications of an increase in vigilantism and mob justice in T&T, and clarifies the law on self defense, for someone who kills or seriously wounds a person who entered his property to do him and his family serious harm. (Click Here)


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MARTIN GEORGE — Attorney-at-Law, Member of the Police Service Commission & Vice President of the Tobago Chamber — discusses the implications of the Report laid by the Special Select Committee which was set up to examine the process involved in hiring a new police commissioner and deputy police commissioner. (Click Here)

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