· December, 2008

Stories about Bermuda from December, 2008

Bermuda, Grenada: Freedom of Information

  31 December 2008

Bermudian blogger Vexed Bermoothes reports that Grenada is in the process of introducing a Freedom of Information Act and public sector integrity legislation, with additional plans to “establish a common code of practice and ethics for media.”

Bermuda: On Whose Dime?

  17 December 2008

As the Premier sends out Christmas cards to “all of Bermuda's electorate”, 21 Square says: “Such cards would be a very nice touch if I didn't suspect that we're actually the ones paying for it.”

Turks & Caicos, Bermuda, Anguilla: No Confidence

  17 December 2008

The current administration of the Turks & Caicos Islands has been faced with corruption allegations, sparking an independent inquiry by the United Kingdom. Bermudian blogger Vexed Bermoothes has been following the situation closely and posts an interesting update, while Corruption-free Anguilla adds: “The breaking news is that it may be...

Bermuda: Issues, Not Race

  9 December 2008

Vexed Bermoothes finds “a breath of positive air” from two politicians in the midst of the Bermudian Premier's “petty fights about race in Parliament.”

Jamaica, Bermuda: Quotes on Mumbai

  1 December 2008

“There is a lot to be said about the shocking series of events in Mumbai that finally–too late–drew to a bloody and violent close”: Jamaican blogger Annie Paul may eventually get around to articulating her own feelings about the attacks, but for now, she posts “a collage of quotes from...