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· May, 2010

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from May, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Offering Advice

Raymond Ramcharitar has some advice for the People's National Movement, the political party that now moves from government into opposition.

Trinidad & Tobago: Seeing Sue

“Sue, the 67 million-year-old-Tyrannosaurus Rex, is currently visiting our shores”: MEP Caribbean Publishers thinks “this is a great opportunity for the public not only to learn more about this dinosaur,...

Trinidad and Tobago: Election Landslide

After a snap election ends the rule of Prime Minister Patrick Manning, Trinidadian bloggers react to the new People's Partnership coalition government, led by the country's first female prime minister.

Trinidad & Tobago: Indian Arrival Day

“Indian Arrival Day, celebrated on 30th May, commemorates the arrival of the first Indian Indentured labourers from India to Trinidad, in May 1845, on the ship Fatel Razack”: will...

Trinidad & Tobago: Election Graffiti

Copy Book Page posts photos of Trinidad and Tobago's election graffiti, adding: “Apparently Graffiti is only legal and accepted around election time.”

Trinidad & Tobago: People's Party Position

Afra Raymond thinks that in the context of today's national elections, “with the distinct probability of a victory by the united PP…it is timely to consider the way in which...

Trinidad & Tobago: Ways of Voting

“YOU COULD vote based on race…You can vote about party and not people…You can vote people…You could vote issues…”, all of which, says Tattoo, “leads us to another method of...

Trinidad & Tobago: Changing the Mindset

Barbados-based B.C. Pires says that “nothing good…can emerge in the long run” from Trinidad and Tobago's upcoming elections: “Trinidad's whole problem is that it thinks only in the short term,...

Trinidad & Tobago: On the Issues

Know blogs about “four issues arising on the campaign trail this year.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Right & Wrong

“Clearly something has gone terribly wrong. Who are these people who feel they can just start lecturing us on how to live our lives? We pay THEM. They should be...

Trinidad & Tobago: Politics

gspottt looks at the two main political parties’ stance on “same-sex unions, homosexuality [and] sexual orientation”, while asks: “Does the PNM led by Mr Patrick Manning morally deserve to...

Trinidad & Tobago: Election Predictions

Mark Lyndersay predicts the results of the upcoming elections in Trinidad and Tobago based on “nothing more than a casual remembrance of who these people are in public life, the...

Trinidad & Tobago: Do So!

Pleasure highlights the different ways in which to “do so” in Trinidad and Tobago's upcoming general election.

Trinidad & Tobago: Keeping Promises asks: “What methods do we have in T&T to hold the winning politicians to their campaign promises after 24 May 2010?”

Trinidad & Tobago: LGBT Issues

gspottt notes that “of the almost 100 candidates [in the upcoming Trinidad and Tobago general election]…the People’s Partnership candidate for St. Ann’s East…is the only one to date to make...

Trinidad & Tobago: Social Media Interaction

“This general election has seen the most social media usage in the history of Trinidad and Tobago”: says that while this is a positive development, “something is missing. Interaction.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Election Possibilities wonders whether Trinidad and Tobago is “ready to be led by an unelected Prime Minister.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Rock the Vote

“Saying that the songs are catchy is one thing, but saying that they influence your red finger decisions are another”: Underground Trini Artiste blogs about “voting songs”.

Trinidad & Tobago: Hurry Curry!

“Roti. Four little letters that have the power to put any Trini into a smile-infused stupor”: blogs about the seemingly infinite variations on this popular dish.

Trinidad & Tobago: Manifesto

Pleasure reviews the aesthetic value of the ruling political party's 2010 manifesto.

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