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· October, 2011

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from October, 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: Role of the Telecommunications Authority

Plain Talk suggests that the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is abdicating its responsibility in light of the recent national broadcast of the rape of a child and the...

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: After Anya

“I was struck by her looks of course and her flagrantly innovative personal style but complementing these was her personality, the warm intelligence of someone totally comfortable in her skin”:...

Trinidad & Tobago: Celebrating Anya's Project Runway Win

The Trinidad and Tobago blogosphere has been extremely active over the past week as Season 9 of Lifetime's hit reality show, Project Runway, drew to a close. Home-grown design hopeful,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Outcry over Airing of Child Assault Video

Women Speak is outraged by a local television show which “aired video footage of a 13 year old girl being beaten and raped” and wants the show off the air;...

Trinidad & Tobago: Divali Delicacies

“The cross-section of families and individuals from all walks of life always brings a smile to my face and reminds me of the Divali celebrations of my childhood”: TriniGourmet.com posts...

Trinidad & Tobago: Making Anya the Fan Favourite

The deadline for voting for the Project Runway Fan Favourite is this Wednesday, October 26, at midnight – and Trinidad Carnival Diary is drumming up support for local designer Anya...

Trinidad & Tobago: Poisoned Avocados

aka_lol and Plain Talk blog about a “local zaboca farmer who claimed to have intentionally poisoned over 200 zabocas” in a desperate attempt to deal with agricultural theft.

Trinidad & Tobago: Tweeting for Anya

Globewriter attended the Project Runway party yesterday evening, which Trinidadian designer and finalist Anya Ayoung-Chee attended via Skype.

Trinidad & Tobago: Urban Development's Bill

Diaspora blogger Jumbie's Watch expresses his disgust at “the corruption that is rampant in Trinidad and Tobago.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Project Runway’s Social Media Queen

The season finale for Lifetime network's hit reality show, Project Runway, is almost here and Trinidad and Tobago’s Anya Ayoung-Chee, a designer who has made it into the top five,...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Question of Race

“I feel that a person loses a bit of who he or she is internally by having to limit themselves by that one word. And it can be quite a...

Trinidad & Tobago: Children & the Internet

In the wake of a controversy in which a teacher was allegedly involved in a sexual relationship with a student [the situation came to light because of photos he posted...

Trinidad & Tobago: Food Posts for Blog Action Day

Regional bloggers add their voices to Blog Action Day 2011.

Trinidad & Tobago: Freedom of Speech

Trinidadian bloggers discuss freedom of speech.

Trinidad & Tobago: Integrity Commission Chair Resigns

Gerard Best tries to connect the dots between the resignation of the Chair of Trinidad and Tobago's Integrity Commission and the Opposition Leader's rejection of an offer by former FIFA...

Trinidad & Tobago: Need for Proper Tender Process

Afra Raymond continues to blog about the tender process surrounding the proposed development of public lands at Invaders Bay: ” To proceed as things stand is to continue on a...

Trinidad & Tobago: Understanding Social Media Terminology

A message for mainstream media: not everyone who posts information on the Internet is a blogger. Gerard Best says that “if we’re going to be reporting on the electronic media,...

Trinidad & Tobago: 5 Fave Foods

If it's true that women can cook five things really well, what would the Top 5 dishes be for Caribbean women? Can Cook, Must Cook finds out.

Trinidad & Tobago: What Would Steve Jobs Do?

Mark Lyndersay talks about why Steve Jobs mattered so much to the world of technology.

Trinidad & Tobago: Striving to be Better

“It’s when you know your weaknesses and work on them that you become truly remarkable. And that’s what I want for T&T”: Outlish blogs about the things Trinbagonians won't (but...

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