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· July, 2012

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from July, 2012

Trinidad & Tobago: Hoping for Medals

The MEP Blog takes a look at the country's past Olympic greats and 2012 medal hopefuls.

Trinidad & Tobago: Panday on the Pulpit

“Mr Ramnath’s widow was driven to observe that she didn’t think her husband’s funeral would be used ‘as a platform to bash the government’. Spot the real neemakharam”: B.C. Pires...

Trinidad & Tobago: Ramadan & Coffee

What's Ramadan like for a coffee drinker? Find out here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Irresponsible Advertising

“The new tagline for the rum’s advertisements was ‘When it pours, you reign.’ My brain exploded. Really? Show images of soaking wet, drunk-looking women, in a campaign that explicitly gives...

Trinidad & Tobago: Blogosphere Responds to Turtle Crushing Incident

The news of leatherback turtle hatchlings being crushed by bulldozers on a beach in Trinidad this past weekend has garnered international media attention as well as concern in the blogosphere...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Art of Cooking

Dawtah connects the dots for young Caribbean girls between cooking and independence.

Trinidad & Tobago: On the Exam Results Leak

The Eternal Pantomime blogs about the leak of the Secondary Entrance Assessment examination results here and here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Parenting vs. Career

Women and having it all: Lisa Allen-Agostini shatters the myth.

Trinidad & Tobago: Shaq Attack

Outlish collates and comments on some of the Facebook observations about Shaquille O'Neal's visit to Trinidad and Tobago.

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