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· March, 2010

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from March, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: More on Hart

Trinidad and Tobago bloggers weigh in on the Calder Hart scandal.

Jamaica: Extradition Issue

Jamaican bloggers take on the issue of the United States’ extradition request regarding Christopher “Dudus” Coke.

Trinidad & Tobago: Hart to Hart

Bloggers continue to comment on the latest woes of the Trinidad and Tobago government.

Trinidad & Tobago: Inertia

KnowTnT.com feels “compelled to write about the elephant – or in T&T, the Manicou – in the middle of the room. Inertia.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Thought Bubbles from London

Trinidad and Tobago's fake Prime Minister blogs from the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, here and here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Astounded by Hart

KnowTnT.com says of the Calder Hart issue: “It simply astounds me that it took so long and got so far out of control. A Prime Minister defends a man 45...

Trinidad & Tobago: Pone!

“Not a pudding, not a cake, but something somewhere in between”: TriniGourmet.com posts a mouth-watering recipe for cassava pone.

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Eye on T&T

Jamaica's Active Voice admits she's “quite fascinated by the goings on in Trinidad and Tobago over the last couple of days”, saying, “I'd like to see how the ruling party...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Hart of the Matter

News broke late yesterday that Calder Hart, the Canadian-born head of The Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (UDeCOTT), the company pegged as "Government's primary developer of choice",...

Trinidad & Tobago: Proper Attribution

Citing two local examples, Edmund Gall at KnowTnT.com wonders, “When does copying become plagiarism in the media?”

Trinidad & Tobago: Gender Policy

gspottt is keeping a close eye on the Gender Policy: “Our Government cannot shirk its responsibility to set clear domestic policy to address the concerns of the tens of thousands...

Trinidad & Tobago: Hearty Defense

Trinidad and Tobago News Blog and Jumbie's Watch are following the latest political fiasco: the government's continued defense of Udecott executive chairman Calder Hart “in light of fresh evidence linking...

Trinidad & Tobago: The CLICO Question

“As we move forward into the deep waters of the CL Financial bailout, the picture becomes murkier and less encouraging”: Trinidadian blogger Afra Raymond examines “three of the main areas...

Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago: Getting Kicks

This Beach Called Life thinks that politics and good governance in Trinidad and Tobago are “entertainment as usual”, while across in Barbados, B.C. Pires is also amused by the goings-on...

Trinidad & Tobago: Water Police

As Trinidad and Tobago's water authority announces that it “will be calling the police to arrest citizens” suspected of wasting water, This Beach Called Life says: “What WASA did not...

Trinidad & Tobago: Going to Town

Online literary magazine Town has just published its third issue: Trinidadian bloggers Nicholas Laughlin and Pleasure comment.

Trinidad & Tobago: Holi

Repeating Islands reports on the celebration of Holi in Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad & Tobago: Choosing the Road March

“Do people wine in a trance brought about by alcohol or are they gyrating on strings manipulated by the whims and fancies of deejays ‘pre-lured’ with blue notes?” Underground Trini...

Guyana: Ethical Debate

Signifyin’ Guyana considers the pros and cons of a code of ethics for bloggers.

Trinidad & Tobago: Missing Money

“The quality of our political rulers has now joined in unholy matrimony with the sheer recklessness of their anointed deal-makers to put our economy into an entirely new and perilous...

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