go here

Europe Goes Wild for Calypso Rose

Go to the sea and get back your life! That’s the advice of the Calypso Queen of the World, Calypso Rose.


The Letters of Margaret Mann are extremely important because it offers a rare, first person glimpse into Post Emancipation life in the British West Indies.

The Islamic world is linked by the crescent moon and star but do Muslims have any ties with stargazers? Ramadan is over but Muslims still sight the crescent moon. Ean Wallace looks at the links between the Islamic calendar and astronomy.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley returned from his trip to Jamaica on July 21st and addressed members of the media at the Piarco International Airport. The Prime Minister stated that the trip was a hectic but successful one.


When a story is done about the Black Rock Heritage Sea Festival, focus is oftentimes placed on the stage production but our Tobago Reporter, Patricia Nicholson, tells the story of another aspect of the festival known as the "Wake Up Call."

A true Tobago style wake is one that involves lusty singing, vibrant indigenous dancing, local foods and the consumption of alcoholic drinks and even some story telling especially about the departed. The combined villages of Spring Garden, Whim, Union and Mary's Hill re-enacted this decades-long tradition during the Tobago Heritage Festival. Patricia Nicholson tells the story.

If you were in and around the Tunapuna area on Wednesday, you were probably caught up in a bit of traffic. That's because the ODPM and Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation carried out a special simulation exercise in and around Macoya Junction.

Entitled "Exercise Turbulence 2016," the aim is to test the responsiveness of the emergency services, first responders and ODPM in the event of a natural disaster, major accident, or bio hazard threat.

Cameraman Ricky Gookool and Reporter Rishi Harrynanan were there. Here's what took place


In an effort to beef up their communication protocols during times of disaster, the Tobago Emergency Management Agency conducted a drill on Wednesday themed, "Exercise Turbulence".

Page 26 of 39
  • Press Releases
"Ready for the challenge ahead" that is the message from national footballers Khaleem Hyland and Reon Moore as they
The Senior Men's National Football team on Saturday were hard at work at the Larry Gomes Stadium as they prepare for
A six team seven-a-side football tournament was held today at the Tacarigua Indoor Facility, featuring pupils from
The Southern Games is back after an initial cancellation. Guaracara Park in the heart of the Pointe-a-Pierre
A bad day for champion club, Queen's Park, as they lost both premier division matches to Comets and Merryboys
Thursday marked Day One of the 111th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago Open at the St. Andrews Golf Course in Moka.
  • 1
  • 2