· January, 2008

Stories about Bermuda from January, 2008

Barbados, Bermuda, USA: Standing for Change

  30 January 2008

Cheese-on-bread! notices a similarity between the new Barbados government's campaign slogan and Barack Obama's – and hopes that the “rallying cry will work for him as well as it did for PM Thompson et al…”; while Politics.bm thinks Bermuda's government “represents everything Obama rejects.”

Bahamas, Bermuda: Law Enforcement

  22 January 2008

“If they can minimize these minor crimes that would be a good start”: Sidney Sweeting at WeblogBahamas.com attends the induction ceremony of the Bahamas’ new Police Commissioner.

Bermuda: Thin Is In?

  16 January 2008

Breezeblog puts in his two cents’ worth on Apple‘s unveiling of the MacBook Air: “Looks great but $1,799?! Are you kidding? For now, I could live with the extra two pounds on a MacBook.”

Anguilla, Bermuda: Blogging

  14 January 2008

Corruption-free Anguilla refers to recent developments in Bermuda to answer the question of whether blogging makes a useful contribution.

Bermuda: Female Representation

  8 January 2008

“Bermudian women are severely underrepresented in the government in the backbenchers, cabinet and senate”: A Radical In Bermuda thinks the island needs a new feminism.

Bermuda: What's The Point?

  7 January 2008

A Limey In Bermuda, referred to by other bloggers as “the guy who pretty much started all this for a lot of us”, sees “little point continuing to blog…until there is a significant improvement in Bermuda's political climate.”