Caribbean diaspora blogger Tobias Buckell says that the biggest surprise about living with five year olds is “their uptake of [tech] devices.”
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ICT Pulse, in reading the latest McKinsey survey, wonders if the IT department – as we know it – is on its way out.
The main issue now arising in relation to the Beetham Water Recycling Project…is the complete failure of our country’s system of Public Financial Management.
Afra Raymond takes on the government's “unpardonable failure to account for that mammoth sum of Public Money.”
Should we be trying to sanitize history or recording it in all its ugliness for the benefit of future generations? Can we ever liberate the word ‘Coolie’ from the unbearable weight of its history if its contemporary namesakes continue to work under the backbreaking conditions they do? These are hard questions for hard times.
In Bermuda, kites plays an important role in the island’s cultural heritage.
Repeating Islands says that Bermudians are gearing up for the 2014 Kite Fest.
Despite the attributes presented by this project, there are grounds for serious concern as to the process adopted and the actions of the various public officials involved.
Afra Raymond has concerns about the plan by the Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, in conjunction with the National Gas Company, to design, build, operate and maintain a water recycling plant.