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· August, 2007

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from August, 2007

Trinidad & Tobago: Getting the Boot?

The Manicou Report refers to a newspaper story that suggests a government MP will not automatically be nominated to contest his seat in the upcoming Trinidad and Tobago general elections,...

Trinidad & Tobago: International Slavery Museum

“It was the famous black-and-white photo of C.L.R. James in the upper left-hand corner of the montage that caught my eye.” Caribbean Beat Blog links to a New York Times...

Trinidad & Tobago: Faith and Tolerance

Caribbean Free Radio refers to an article by Nilanjana S. Roy to make a point about tolerance – religious and otherwise – and puts in her two cents’ worth about...

Caribbean: Hurricane Dean & Tourism

MACO Caribbean Living blogs about the impact of Hurricane Dean on Caribbean tourism.

Trinidad & Tobago: Marketing 101

“People Don't Like Marketing and Advertising. They like products, they like services, and given half a chance they will find the products and services that they want without being beaten...

Trinidad & Tobago: Tourism Park

Haveworld posts photos from some of Trinidad and Tobago's popular tourist attractions.

Caribbean: Indigenous Percentage

“I would hate to be a 12 percent American Indian in a debate about indigenous issues with a 13 percent American Indian,” writes Maximilian C. Forte of The CAC Review,...

Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago: Ian Ali Passes On

Ringplay Productions and Now is Wow acknowledge the passing of television personality, artist and educator, Ian Ali.

Trinidad & Tobago: What Ails the Windies…

Vaneisa Baksh thinks that the West Indies Cricket Board would do well to listen to Captain Ramnaresh Sarwan's take on what ails West Indies cricket.

Trinidad & Tobago: Oxymoronic?

Why does the glass have to be half empty or half full? wonders if the term “corporate responsibility” is an oxymoron.

Trinidad & Tobago: Is Sugar Dead?

Can Cook, Must Cook laments the state of the Caribbean sugar industry.

Trinidad & Tobago: Caroni Bird Sanctuary

Haveworld posts some pictures from Trinidad's Caroni Bird Sanctuary.

Trinidad & Tobago: Bake & Shark

“I am always very curious to see what people say about Trinidad and Tobago. Not because I want to see their view so much as I am interested to see...

Jamaica: Hinds Appeals Ban

West Indies Cricket Blog reports that Jamaican captain Wavell Hinds is appealing his one-year ban from the sport.

Trinidad & Tobago: Curry Sculpture

If it looks like curry and it smells like curry, it must be…Adele at Thebookmann showcasing her interest in Indian art.

Trinidad & Tobago: Lawful CD ROM?

“Holy crap! $5,000 for a CD ROM?” wonders Manicou, on learning about a new CD Rom of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad & Tobago: Windies New Head Coach?

West Indies Cricket Blog makes his pick for the new Head Coach of the West Indies Cricket Team…

Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago: Gas Timeline

Notes from the Margin asks “the billion dollar question….how much time does Trinidad have before it runs out of gas?”

Trinidad & Tobago: Bloggers’ Union?

Caribbean Public Relations wonders whether bloggers should become unionized.

Barbados: Caribbean Top Ten

Both Cheese-on-Bread and Barbados Free Press report on recently-released rankings of the Top 10 richest countries in the Caribbean.

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