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· August, 2012

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from August, 2012

Trinidad & Tobago: State of the Nation

Trinidad & Tobago: Independence & Governance

Trinidad & Tobago: Theatre Love

Trinidad & Tobago: Political Euphemisms

Caribbean: Marking Eid

Trinidad & Tobago: 50, but not really Independent

Trinidad & Tobago: Flood Relief

Trinidad & Tobago: Dark Cloud, Gold Lining

Heavy floods pounded the northwestern part of Trinidad yesterday morning, as two rivers burst their banks following torrential rains from a tropical depression. But the nation's spirits were to be...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Power of Words

Trinidad & Tobago: Central Bank Governors

Caribbean: Marking Emancipation

Today, many Caribbean territories celebrate Emancipation Day, which commemorates the abolition of slavery. Each year, bloggers mark the occasion, but this year, online attention to the holiday is rather low-key,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Who's Policing Us Now?

The Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago recently announced the resignations of the Commissioner of Police Dwayne Gibbs, and Deputy Commissioner Jack Ewatski, whose tenure was marked by several controversies....

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