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THA team to promote tourism in Germany

To­ba­go House of As­sem­bly Chief Sec­re­tary Kelvin Charles and Sec­re­tary for Tourism, Cul­ture and Trans­porta­tion Na­dine Stew­art-Phillips left for Ger­many yes­ter­day to at­tend the In­ter­na­tionale Touris­mus-Borse (ITB) in Berlin, Ger­many.

Charles and Stew­art-Phillips will lead the team to the tourism con­fer­ence, along­side To­ba­go Tourism Agency CEO Louis Lewis and oth­er rep­re­sen­ta­tives from the Di­vi­sion of Tourism, Cul­ture and Trans­porta­tion and the To­ba­go Tourism Agency Ltd.

THA boss disappointed at Sandals loss

To­ba­go House of As­sem­bly (THA) Chief Sec­re­tary Kelvin Charles said he was tremen­dous­ly dis­ap­point­ed at the de­ci­sion by San­dals to with­draw plans for a ho­tel in To­ba­go.

In a state­ment is­sued on Tues­day af­ter­noon, Charles said: “This is a tremen­dous blow to our tourism thrust, which is one of the in­tend­ed dri­vers of the To­ba­go econ­o­my.”

Sunwing to start Toronto to Tobago flights Dec 20

Sunwing Tours has confirmed an existing agreement with the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to commence operations with its Toronto to Tobago flight from December 2018.

Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles says Sunwing is presenting a golden opportunity for Tobago, given its expanded operations that include tour operations, airline operations and hotel operations.

Sunwing is a key partner in the Rex chain of properties in the Caribbean, which also includes Rex Turtle Beach Hotel, Tobago.

THA constructs multi-use service in Mt Marie

Motorists, commuters and students of the Bishop's High School will soon benefit from the multi-use surface being constructed by the Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment (DIQE).

It forms a part of the traffic management plan for the Mt. Marie area; the surface will allow for the lengthening of queue lines towards a freer flow of traffic.

The Division says parking for parents and a space for recreation are an added benefit.

 

THA promises easier access to Scarborough RC School with new connector road

The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) says that come September, motorists and commuters are likely to experience easy access to the new Scarborough Roman Catholic School when the access road, Smithfield Connector is complete.

The THA says this new road will provide an alternative route to the school from Claude Noel Highway via Mt. Marie Road.

It is purposed to reduce congestion in the Mt. Marie and Smithfield school zone.

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