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WIPAY is helping TT catch up in the digital revolution. The Caribbean-based online system hosts both a website and app which facilitate payments for online purchases using credit cards, and also creates online purchasing power for those who only have access to cash. At its launch on Wednesday at...
THIS country is not included on a list of 21 countries published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in relation to “golden passport schemes.” A golden passport scheme is defined as a permanent residency visa issued to individuals who invest, often...
The Tobago Youth Council (TYC) believes the proposed Sandals resort will help to develop the island’s economy. However, the council said the process to construct the multi-million dollar resort, which has come under serious scrutiny in some quarters, must be transparent and in the best...
TO what extent will Tobago truly be able to govern itself, and how will self-government benefit the youths? These are the burning questions being asked by young people on the island as the Government prepares to bring legislation on internal self-rule to the Parliament, according to president of...
EDUCATION Facilities Company Limited (EFCL), the Project Management Agency responsible for the construction of the Scarborough Roman Catholic school, has decided to use an epoxy-based formula to give the tiles at the school traction to prevent future slipping incidents. Speaking to Trinidad and...
FOUR police officers are being questioned for a shooting incident which occurred last Saturday night at an upstairs bar and lounge in Crown Point. On Wednesday, Acting Senior Superintendent Jeffrey George said the officers allegedly involved are attached to the Crown Point police station. He said...
THE EDITOR: I am glad special education was highlighted and given much deserved attention at an education consultation I attended earlier this week. I hope the concerns and suggestions raised by many people will not fall on deaf ears but will be taken seriously and become policy. Many promises...
THE EDITOR: I am taken aback by fellow Tobagonian Reginald Dumas when he claimed that in his many years, he never heard talk of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley being named in various allegations. This was in response to allegations made by Dr Roodal Moonilal during his contribution to the budget...
THE EDITOR: It is not too much of a stretch of truth to describe many of the roads in Trinidad as, asphalt wrapped around potholes. The true loss of money in our economy through having roads in a serious state of disrepair, caused by continuous neglect, is beyond most people’s ability to...
THE EDITOR: I was a passenger in a taxi at 8.50 am on Monday. The driver was stopped near the Ste Madeleine Police station. A portly female officer (number taken) was extremely rude and hostile towards the driver. Why was this? Is it because of his race? The time of the month? All documents were...

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