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Mango Festival in Trinidad and Tobago pays homage to the kings...

The dual-island Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago is known for its superb cuisine and spectacular street food, but on July 4 and 7, the nation of foodies will pay homage to the king of tropical

Caribbean Investment Forum delivers on promise of rich opportunities

In its third successful year, the Caribbean Investment Forum (CIF) 2013 delivered on the promise of rich opportunities for investors seeking a foothold in the Caribbean.

Trinidad & Tobago set for “We Beat” festival

From June 7 to 16, 2013, the bustling community of St. James in Western Trinidad will be celebrating the “We Beat” festival.

Colombia and Trinidad & Tobago to discuss air travel links

Colombia’s Foreign Relations Minister, Her Excellency Maria Angela Holguin Cuellar, has agreed to convene a meeting of airlines with Trinidad and Tobago in May to examine the prospects of enhancing

PM of Trinidad and Tobago urges: find ways to develop tourism...

A majestic performance that is captivating and reflects the inner energies of the Caribbean, was how Acting Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Winston Dookeran summed up the official opening ceremo

Trinidad and Tobago ready to welcome Sustainable Tourism Conference delegates

The finishing touches are being made to preparations for the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO)'s 14th Sustainable Tourism Conference (STC-14), which will be held from April 15-18 at the Hyatt Regen

Phagwa or Holi in Trinidad and Tobago

For the first time in multi-ethnic Trinidad and Tobago, three religious festivals will be celebrated this weekend: Spiritual Baptist Liberation Day, Easter, and Phagwa.

Tobago gaining a reputation as top sporting hotspot

An idyllic Caribbean paradise, Tobago is known for its laid-back lifestyle, breathtaking beaches, the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere, and coconut infused cuisine, but the island

Trinidad and Tobago celebrate 50th anniversary of independence

Trinidad and Tobago is set to celebrate in splendor, as the country observes 50 years as an independent nation on August 31.

Trinidad and Tobago renews focus to deliver value to visitors

Trinidad and Tobago has renewed its focus to delivering value to visitors by building strategic relationships with tourism partners and stakeholders.

The exotic flavors of Trinidad and Tobago’s Angostura

Trinidad and Tobago has long been known for exotic flavors, the legacy of a melting pot of ethnicities and cultures.

Trinidad and Tobago prepares for dynamic and engaging 2013 conference program

The vibrant heritage and multi-cultural lifestyle of Trinidad and Tobago will be on show from July 29 to August 4 as the 11th annual Travel Professionals of Color (TPOC) Conference, for only the secon

IPI holds World Congress in Caribbean for first time

The Trinidad and Tobago Convention Bureau is pleased to announce that for the first time, the International Press Institute (IPI) World Congress will be held in the Caribbean and only for the second t

Trinidad and Tobago unveils TTBizLink

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago - The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) has embarked on Phase One of TTBizLink, a web site that allows individuals and companies to connect with the government o

Lima Calbio to represent Trinidad and Tobago at 2011 Seychelles Carnaval...

AGSelectPR, Port of Spain, has issued a confirmation on Wednesday, February 15, 2011 that Lima Calbio is heading for the Seychelles carnival.

Trinidad & Tobago: Tourist beware, caution required on beaches

You often read in the press of incidents happening in places where you think you would be free of such.

Trinidad & Tobago: Guns here to stay

Eastern Port of Spain has been labeled as ’among the most dangerous places on the planet’ by an international research body that tracks the growth of small arms and crime.

Trinidad and Tobago have overtaken Jamaica in a dubious distinction: the...

“Although much of the violence is gang-related, in recent years tourists have increasingly become targets for robbery, sexual assault and murder,” says CDNN. INFO.

Trembling in TT

After six days of traveling, I felt lucky to escape with my life and limbs intact.

Tanzania to borrow a leaf from Caribbean tourism

Commenting of his week-long trip to the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba and Jamaica, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete said his country has a lot to learn from the Caribbean beach tour

Trinidad hosts CHOGM: Pride or prejudice

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago (eTN) - This week the tiny Caribbean state of Trinidad and Tobago is going to be at the center of the world stage.

Tobago short of 100 cops

Crime rates have been on the rise in Tobago as law enforcement on the island is suffering from a shortage of 100 police officers.

Violence continues in Tobago

Two teenagers have been battered to death in Tobago. Reports are that the bodies of two young men were discovered in the French Fort, Scarborough area.

Tobago villagers say wrong man charged

Some Tobago residents believe that the police have charged the wrong man with the brutal chopping of British couple Peter and Murium Greene.

UK revises Trinidad and Tobago travel warning

As a result of attack on two British nationals in Bacolet, Tobago, the British High Commission will be moving to update the travel advisory that has been issued about Trinidad and Tobago within the ne

Riot Squad called during crime protest

Riot Squad officers were ordered to Prime Minister Patrick Manning's residence in St Ann's on Sunday night, after hundreds of people protesting crime and government wastage called on him to leave the

eTN Inbox: Trinidad and Tobago: An unusual mix of crime...

Thank you for the article. We here in Trinidad and Tobago live in fear that cannot be explained in words.

Trinidad and Tobago: An unusual mix of crime and tourism

The Caribbean destinations of Trinidad and Tobago (TT) are noted for white sandy beaches and blue green water as well as for 550 murders and 11 kidnappings in 2008 and 193 murders and 2 kidnappings in

Trinidad & Tobago now murder capital of the Caribbean

SPEYSIDE, Tobago — With a steady rise in violent crime including an alarming increase in homicides, Trinidad and Tobago has overtaken Jamaica as the “murder capital of the Caribbean”.

Trinidad & Tobago: A cry of desperation

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago - “Kill him! Kill him!