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Posted: Monday, January 1, 2024

Tobago in mourning HOCHOY CHARLES IS DEAD
He was a former government senator and parliamentary secretary (1988-1991) in the NAR government led by Arthur NR Robinson.

Charles was THA chairman in 1996-2001, and assemblyman for Moriah/Parlatuvier. More recently, he founded the Tobago-based party, The Platform of Truth.

Hochoy Charles dies: Tributes for a man who 'loved Tobago more than himself'
As 2023 drew to a close yesterday, Tobago was forced to say goodbye to one of its most passionate advocates who died after ailing for some time. The island's first ever Chief Secretary Hochoy Charles, revered as a true patriot and dubbed the "Heavy Roller" passed away at 4:26 yesterday morning. He died at the Scarborough General Hospital. He was 77 years old.

PM sees 'hopeful signs' for 2024
Following is the message to the nation by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on the occasion of New Year's Day 2024:

Kamla's New Year's plan 'UNC will restore law and order'

Ministry: North Coast Road still not safe

Weather extremes the 'new norm'
A very hot year in T&T...

Reactions to US advisory after spate of murders George: It's very ironic
TOBAGO Chamber president Martin George is describing the United States Embassy's warning to Americans about the potential for increased crime, especially in St Augustine, as "ironic."

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