Police are investigating reports that a woman was raped at gunpoint at the Plymouth Multi-purpose Centre early this morning.
According to a report, the victim was working in the area when she was held against her will and sexually assaulted at the facility. A
villager, who does not want to be identified, told Guardian Media police are currently on the scene near the corner of Pentland and Adventure Link Road.
"Neighbours started calling each other and warning that we should stay inside and be vigilant," the woman said.
Tobago police have confirmed a double murder in the Buccoo area.
Information confirmed by Guardian Media states that the victims are a man and a woman.
The married couple was found at a house in Cocrico Avenue.
Our correspondent is on her way to the crime scene and we will update this story as more information becomes available.
Reporter: Casandra Thompdon-Forbes
Tobago’s Main Ridge Forest Reserve has been named the Caribbean Nature Park of the Year in the Caribbean Journal’s Caribbean Awards 2019.
Caribbean Journal (CJ) is the world’s largest website covering the Caribbean, has original content and video focusing on travel and tourism across the entire Caribbean and is the global leader in covering Caribbean travel and trade news.
According to the Journal, the Green Awards are meant to “celebrate those who are already working to protect and strengthen this beautiful corner of the world.”
Chairman of the People's National Movement (PNM) Tobago Council Stanford Callender is distancing the party from the actions of a youth activist's accused of sexting a 15-year-old boy.
On Wednesday morning, Tobago woke to the news that the activist, who works with youths in the Tobago House of Assembly(THA) and appears on some of the party's political platforms, sent WhatsApp messages to the underage child, soliciting oral sex.
Tobago police are investigating an incident where inappropriate text messages were sent to a 15-year-old schoolboy by a well-known THA official.
Guardian Media understands that the incident occurred approximately three weeks ago, but was only made public today via social media.
A senior police official from the Child Protection Unit told Guardian Media, that while an official report was not made to the unit, the contents of the text message itself can be considered as a report and the relevant action will be taken.
Minority Councillor Dr Faith B Yisrael is calling on the government to allow the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to manage the ANR Robinson International Airport expansion project.
Speaking at this week’s Minority Councillor’s media briefing, at the opposition’s new office ont Main Street, Scarborough, Yisrael she said laws govern who should undertake the project.
Two refurbished interceptors have been assigned to Tobago as the Ministry of National Security take steps to tighten the country's borders. Minister of National Security Stuart Young formally commissioned one of these vessels at the Charlottesville Jetty on Wednesday.
He said the interceptors, the larger Deamon vessel and a radar system will be used to improve security along T&T's borders.
The National Infrastructural Development Company Limited (Nidco) says it has been transparent with Canaan/Bon Accord property owners about plans to acquire their lands for expansion of the ANR Robinson International Airport and supporting infrastructure.
In a release on April 1, the company pledged to continue the process of communication with the residents and businesses at a consultation on April 5.
Nidco has been mandated by the government to oversee and manage the airport expansion project.