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· December, 2010

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from December, 2010

Caribbean: environmantal atlas

Repeating Islands links to a new Latin America and the Caribbean Atlas of our Changing Environment, published by the United Nations Environment Programme, which “uses over 200 images to highlight...

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Earthquake reports on an earthquake in Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad & Tobago: Types to Stay Far From

Outlish recommends 5 types of people to let go of in the coming year.

Trinidad & Tobago: Year in Review

Afra Raymond reviews the critical events of the last year, saying: “The Code of Silence must be broken if we are to progress.”

Caribbean: Defining Moments of 2010

Many landmark events happened in the Caribbean this year, prompting reactions from the regional blogosphere. Here's a look back at some of the most important stories of 2010...

Trinidad & Tobago: A Vote vs. Human Rights

Trinidad and Tobago bloggers are upset about their country's abstention on a UN vote regarding an amendment to a resolution “condemning extrajudicial, summary, or arbitrary executions” which “restores a reference...

Christmas Recipes in Global Food Blogs

Christmas means ‘coming home’ to many people - but if this isn’t possible, preparing a magic meal can be a consolation. Bloggers of many continents have shared their favorite holiday...

Trinidad & Tobago: Give Peace a Chance

How is Trinidad's capital city connected to John Lennon? aka_lol explains.

Trinidad & Tobago: Carnival Fete List

“I personally still think that fetes are too expensive…prices will certainly determine which ones I will make it to”: Trinidad Carnival Diary is making a fete list and checking it...

Trinidad & Tobago: Street Vendor Controversy attempts to debunk some of the perceived inaccuracies “about the Charlotte Street riot involving street vendors.”

Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados: Duprey & CL Financial

B.C. Pires learns from a Trinidad news report that the CEO at the helm of the CL Financial collapse is willing to come back to the country to “set things...

Trinidad & Tobago: Gun Control

Diaspora blogger Jumbie's Watch says that for Trinidad and Tobago to see a dent in crime, “we must first change the attitude of the people, not arm them with guns.”

Trinidad & Tobago, Dominica: Celebrating Christmas says that “in Trinidad, Christmas is Parang”, while Dominica Weekly blogs about seasonal celebrations in the Nature Isle.

Trinidad & Tobago: Property Tax

“At this point in time, the nation’s budget is running at a deficit for the third successive year and the Minister of Finance is tasked with developing new sources of...

Trinidad & Tobago: FIFA Insult

B.C. Pires comments on the FIFA Vice-President's explanation as to why England did not win their World Cup bid: “It would have been nice if there was a journalist amongst...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Savannah Stage

Trinidad Carnival Diary “think[s] it is time for The Savannah Stage 101, a series of tips and advice to those of you who may not have yet been introduced to...

Trinidad & Tobago: Carnival 2011

Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2011 has officially been launched – and Trinidad Carnival Diary is thrilled that masqueraders will once again be getting a stage on which to “play themselves”.

Caribbean: Regional Reviews

The Caribbean Review of Books has some interesting reading this week.

Trinidad & Tobago: Drawing the Line

“Less than twenty four hours after our Commissioner of Police marked the proverbial line in the sand that this is where violent crime ends, someone killed someone else in almost...

Trinidad & Tobago: Justice for Akiel

Plain Talk says that all these years later, the abuse and unsolved murder of a minor “is an indelible stain on our social conscience and will not be expunged without...

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