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Officers of the Crown Point Police station arrested 20 persons for breaching the Public Health Regulations in Tobago, on Monday 25th May, 2020.
The list of Tobago hotels set to receive portions of the Government’s $50 million bailout features businesses without a proper room count and no online presence, says the Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association (THTA). In fact, the body says they have never heard of some of the businesses set to receive State money.
The Tobago Council of the PNM is supporting the Tobago House of Assembly’s (THA’s) decision to consolidate three special purpose companies.
Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Ancil Dennis says Member of Parliament for Couva North Ramona Ramdial’s remarks that “ghost hotels” are listed to access Government’s $50 million COVID-19 relief funding, is unfounded.
United National Congress (UNC) candidate for the St Joseph Ahloy Hunt says he will be focussing on crime during his campaign for the upcoming general elections.
Surprised but energised and ready to inject new life into the People’s National Movement’s (PNM’s) fight for Tabaquite, is how retired police inspector Michael Seales yesterday described the party’s decision to make him the Tabaquite general elections candidate.
Chairman of the Children’s Authority, Hanif Benjamin is appealing to parents who are not sharing the same home as well as family members to put aside their differences and cordially co-parent to provide that much-needed support to children and each other during these uncertain times.
Seven persons were arrested and quantities of ammunition and marijuana found by officers of the St Joseph Criminal Investigations Department during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Northern Division on Sunday.
Two teenage girls are among three people reported missing to the police. The Police Service issued statements yesterday seeking the public’s help in finding them.
All praise is due to Allah Almighty who is the benefactor of every favour. Peace and salutations upon the final Messenger of Allah to mankind, Muhammad (SA) who came to teach us how to be grateful to Allah, our creator, for the favours He has bestowed on us. The favours of Allah may be of a physical nature like limbs, children and the sending of rain or they may be of an abstract nature like having peace of mind, understanding and contentment. It is incumbent that one acknowledges that both these types of favours are gifts from Allah and that they must be thankful to Allah for them.
Shaykh Munaf Mohamed is a man strongly rooted in the Islamic faith. For decades, he has been spreading the teachings of Islam- teaching Arabic on the Islamic Broadcasting Network and at the University of the West Indies’ Centre for Language Learning.
T&T’s forests are being bulldozed by unscrupulous quarry operators, miners, slash-and-burn farmers, and squatters and the State seems powerless to stop it.
Tourism Minister Randall Mitchell has welcomed the return of six of the country’s cruise ship workers.
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