· July, 2007

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from July, 2007

Trinidad & Tobago: Political Alliance

  11 July 2007

Keith in Trinidad toys with the idea of titling his post “Lost Credibility Day”, while Club Soda and Salt thinks that the newly-announced political alliance among several “irrelevant” parties is the “Silly Act of the Week”.

Trinidad & Tobago: Lara Back at Bat

  9 July 2007

West Indies Cricket Blog reports that Brian Lara is “coming out of retirement as part of the 125th-anniversary celebrations for his old club, Warwickshire.”

Trinidad & Tobago: The WICB and Stanford

  9 July 2007

Vaneisa Baksh weighs in on the ineffectiveness of the West Indies Cricket Board in the context of billionaire Allen Stanford's US$100 million offering: “Whether Stanford's model should be the way forward is not likely to cross their minds as a positive move, instead the forces will gather to preserve the...

Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago: The Business of Culture

  4 July 2007

“Caribbean governments need to be thinking about what they must do to foster innovation and creative talent while developing enabling policies designed to keep our creative industries attuned to domestic and global realities.” Bahamian Nicolette Bethel reprints an article by a Trinidadian media consultant to make the point that culture...

Trinidad & Tobago: A Nation's Wealth?

  3 July 2007

“Corn-curls are important to any nation aspiring to become developed. You can tell by the speed and urgency with which the corn-curls delivery trucks pelt down the highway at six in the morning.” This Beach Called Life lists some of the indicators of a wealthy nation.

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