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Friday, January 22, 2021


AnsaMcal’s Barbados IT system impacted by security incident

Ansa Mcal has revealed that its IT systems in Barbados were recently impacted by what it calls a security incident causing moderate disruption of...

CSO staff in training to use software to aid in interviews

Staff at the Central Statistical Office (CSO) are expected to benefit from training in the use of the Computer Assisted Personal Interview (CAPI) software. The...

Imbert’s new approach a welcome change

The 2021 budget has been read, debate on it continues, but in the main it has received good reviews from the private sector and...

Jack 2021 Budget well balanced

Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack says the 2020-2021 Budget presented by the Minister of Finance Colm...

Hadad wants inter-island travel restrictions lifted

Chairman of the Tobago Chamber of Commerce Dianne Hadad is calling on the Government to relax the stipulations for travel between Trinidad and Tobago....

Buccoo Sunday School to be revamped

Like almost everything else, Tobago’s legendary Buccoo events have been hard hit it by the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest to scheduled event to feel...

Grassroots Talent Competition making waves

By today, the finalists in the Shaw Park Cultural Complex’s third episode of its Grassroots Talent Competition would have been revealed. The competition, which began...

Tobago farmers on increased Budget allocation

Some Tobago farmers say the Government’s 70 per cent increased budgetary allocation for agriculture over last year’s figure will do little for the sector....

Aarti Dowlath publishes self-help book for Physics students

One year ago as Physics teacher Aarti Dowlath published her two units of CAPE Revision Guides she was already plotting her next move–a book...

Of Landfill sites and sights being filled

[email protected] The sun had already risen over the hills when the vehicular-turned-foot-inclined trek alongside the truck jam began. This, in accompaniment of three community police...


T&T records first case of COVID-19 variant

The Ministry of Health has recorded its first case of the COVID-19 Variant of Concern (UK) – Variant B117. The following is...

Ministries discuss school reopening

[email protected] Ministry of Health officials are carded to meet with the Ministry of Education today to discuss the issue of the reopening schools, Chief Medical...

Schools still on track for Feb 8 reopening

Rishard Khan [email protected] Schools are on track to reopen come February 8 despite the arrival of the recent case of the new COVID-19 UK variant in...

Biden executive order could jeopardise T&T friendly with USA

US president Joe Biden's executive order which now mandates international travellers to have a negative COVID-19 test as well as quarantine upon...

Clifton De Coteau has died

Former Government Minister Clifton De Coteau has died.