Tobago Forwards (TF) leader Christlyn Moore is demanding that Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Kelvin Charles state the THA's plans for integrating Venezuelan migrants into the Tobago's population.
In a statement issued on Friday, Moore said her party supported Tobagonians' efforts to help the migrants.
"(We) support the ordinary residents of Tobago and the Tobago Business community in closing some of the logistical and humanitarian gaps in the Venezuelan migrant registration process," she said.
Churches, secular organisations including youth groups and schools extended a helping hand to Venezuela migrants, who left Trinidad to register at the Tobago centre.
They provided blankets, water, breakfast, lunch and snacks, as the migrants braved the hot sun, waiting in line days before registration was due to end on June 14.
From Sunday afternoon, hundreds of migrants began pouring into Tobago by plane and ferry, fleeing long lines at the two other centres in Trinidad.
Three days before the end of the registration process, hundreds of Venezuelan nationals remain hopeful they will get the chance to register in Tobago.
Most of them left long lines at the two registration centres in Trinidad and travelled to Tobago with the hope that they can register at the Caroline Building, in Scarborough easily.
On Wednesday morning, many migrants returned to the Tobago centre having slept at various guests houses and hotels for free.
Tobago Divisional officers have destroyed $500,000 in marijuana during an eradication exercise in the Mt. St. George area.
The exercise took place on Sunday and was supervised by Sgt. Stewart, of the Tobago Division.
Officers attached to both the Crown Point Police Station and Tobago Division Task Force, executed an exercise in a forested area of Mt. St. George and destroyed 50 kilogrammes of cured marijuana along with two seedlings.
Officers are confident that an arrest will be made soon, as investigations are continuing into the matter.
As thousands of Tobagonians gathered at the Montgomery Moravian Church in Bethel for the funeral service of Tobago's double murder victims John Mills, 69, and Eulyn John, 61, on Wednesday, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley called on Tobagonians to share what they know about the murders.
Mourners began gathering as early as 8 am for the 10:30 am service and a shuttle service was created at Montgomery recreation ground to take mourners to the church.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Tobago East MP Ayanna Webster-Roy are among hundreds of mourners currently gathered at the Montgomery Moravian Church in Bethel, Tobago for the funeral of double murder victims John "Joker" Mills, 69, and Eulyn John, 61.
The couple was found murdered in the bedroom of their Cocrico Avenue, Buccoo home, on May 2.
An autopsy confirmed that both had been strangled to death.
Mills was a friend and former classmate of Dr Rowley.
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.
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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.”