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· October, 2005

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from October, 2005

The Caribbean Blogosphere: Some observations

  28 October 2005

Anglophone Caribbean bloggers have been relatively quiet this week, so I took the opportunity to chat via IM with my fellow Trinidadian blogger Nicholas Laughlin about some of of the trends we've observed in the Caribbean blogosphere. What follows is an edited version of our conversation: GP: You've been blogging...

Trinidad and Tobago: Bombs and Media Transparency

27 October 2005

Georgia Popplewell posts about yet another small bomb explosion in Port of Spain and includes a map of the five recent explosions to hit the capitol city. Jacqueline A. Morris wonders why local media did not bring up Trinidad and Tobago's high rating in Reporters Without Borders’ “Third Annual Worldwide...

Trinidad and Tobago: More on Death March

24 October 2005

Caribbean Free Radio has an updated summary of Saturday's “Death March” against crime and lack of accountability in Trinidad and Tobago. Dancehall Blog says that local musicians played an integral role.

This week in the Caribbean blogosphere

  21 October 2005

It was an active week in the Caribbean blogosphere, with most of the buzz coming out of Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago: Jamaica In Jamaica, much of the discussion focused on the incessant rainfall, which caused serious flooding in several parts of the island this past week. “I drove through...

From the Caribbean Blogosphere

  14 October 2005

Some snippets from this week's conversations in the anglophone Caribbean blogosphere: Aruba Lost in Smallness is resigned to the inevitable rise in gas prices after the recent parliamentary election. Bahamas in search of 42 complains about defective traffic lights, and Bahamas Blog posts some photos of Tropical Storm Rita's effects...

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