Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 38-year-old Dianne Richards.
Richards, of Mount Pillar Drive, Tobago, was last seen in the Scarborough district, on Thursday 3rd January, 2019.
She was reported missing to the Scarborough Police Station, by a female relative.
Richards is of African descent, slim built, with a dark complexion and long black hair.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the police at 999, 555, 911 or any police station or call 800-TIPS.
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.”
Police have identified the burnt body of a man found in a car in Hope, Tobago this morning, as Dwarika Moses 20, of Les Coteaux.
Police are treating the death as a suspected homicide.
According to reports about 2 am this morning, fire officers responded to a call about a burning car on Belmont Link Road, Hope, Tobago.
When investigators arrived at the site they noticed a body in the vehicle.
Tobago recorded 9 murders last year.
A body burnt beyond recognition has been found in a car in Tobago.
It is being classed as a suspected homicide.
According to reports about 2 am this morning, fire officers responded to a call about a burning car on Belmont Link Road Mason Hall Tobago.
When investigators arrived at the site they noticed a lone body in the vehicle.
Investigations are continuing. Tobago recorded 9 murders last year.
The Tobago man who won this year's first drawing of the National Lotto Plus, plans to keep his winnings a secret from friends and family.
He won $6,454,791.64 in last Saturday's Draw #1817, with a Quick Pick.
"When asked how he planned to celebrate his winnings, he said he will not make a fuss and he didn't plan to tell anyone - neither his girlfriend nor children," a National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) Tobago official told Guardian Media.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has met with a high-level executive team from the Canadian-based Sunwing Travel Group, just weeks after Sunwing began a service from Toronto, Canada to Tobago.
The meeting took place today at the Diplomatic Centre, St Anns.
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) said that Chief Executive Officer Stephen Hunter, Vice President Daniel Diaz and Executive Vice President, Business Affairs Sabah Mirza represented Sunwing at the meeting.