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· November, 2011

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from November, 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: Impressed with Miss Miles

Dingolay reviews the new play about Gene Miles (a whistleblower for a political corruption scandal in the 1960s, who subsequently became a social outcast), admitting she was “a bit chilled...

Trinidad & Tobago: Online Safety

Mark Lyndersay writes an enlightening post about online child safety, here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Assassination Claim Red Herring?

Trinidadian bloggers weigh in on news of the alleged assassination plot against the Prime Minister, here, here and here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Blogging Tips

TECHTT has some advice for blogging, here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Men and their Role

“International Men's Day kind of came and went without much fanfare here, even though the darn thing was actually ‘inaugurated in 1999 in Trinidad and Tobago'”, says West Indian Mother,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Anya's Section Launch

The rumour turns out to be true: Trinidad Carnival Diary says that designer Anya Ayoung-Chee's section in the Carnival band TRIBE's 2012 offering launches tonight.

Trinidad & Tobago: Netizens Sceptical about Assassination Plot

“It seemed that the majority of online readers, if you read the comments following the Express’ first article on the alleged assassination threats, chose not to believe the government of...

Trinidad & Tobago: Plot Against the Prime Minister

ttgapers.com reports on an alleged plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and other members of her Cabinet. Limited Twitter commentary about it is here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Water Not the Only Problem

Jumbie's Watch comments on the recent flooding in Trinidad: “This is a country with 3 desalination plants…flashy skyscrapers, newly built motorways – and they can't solve a ‘water problem’.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Anya's Designs for TRIBE?

Rumour has it, according to Trinidad Carnival Diary, that Project Runway winner Anya Ayoung-Chee will be designing a section for the band TRIBE's 2012 presentation: “The most important question may...

Trinidad & Tobago: Flood Damage

B.C. Pires comments on the flood damage in northern Trinidad over the weekend: “Somewhere between asking God for strength and not throwing rubbish in the river, there is a lesson...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Colman Commission

“The Colman Commission was established about a year ago as a Public Enquiry into the failure of the CL Financial group”, explains Afra Raymond, adding: “The sole Commissioner, Sir Anthony...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Blame Game

Plain Talk is “flabbergasted” by a statement made by the Minister of Works calling for “an end to what he calls the ‘blame’ game because there is…critical work to be...

Trinidad & Tobago: Flood!

Trinidad and Tobago News Blog has reports on the flooding that plagued northern Trinidad this past weekend, here and here.

Trinidad & Tobago: A Father's Rights

Jumbie's Watch “adds his voice” to that of a Trinidadian father who was not allowed to stay in the hospital overnight with his sick son, saying of the powers-that-be: “They...

Trinidad & Tobago: Government & Gangs

aka_lol says of the government's Colour Me Orange crime and poverty reduction project: “[It] seems like throwing gasoline in the fire where crime is concerned…I suppose Government’s policy is to...

Trinidad & Tobago: Bull S**t Artists

Plain Talk explains why he thinks that Trinidad and Tobago needs a National Bullshit Council.

Trinidad & Tobago: Fight at Project Launch

B.C. Pires comments on a fracas that broke out, allegedly among rival gang members, at the launch of a government project: “It would be shocking if it wasn’t par for...

Trinidad & Tobago: You're No Batman

Outlish says that Ian Alleyne (the TV host suspended for airing footage of a child being sexually assaulted) “thinks he's Batman” but that “his story has more parallels with Booster...

Trinidad & Tobago: Post-Curfew Questions

“Between the celebratory reflex actions and simultaneous grumblings”, Outlish “got to thinking about all the things that some of us have been too quick to do [since the lifting of...

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