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The quintessential thatched hut on the jetty. Photograph by James Fuller

Getting the Pigeon Point

Issue 107 (January/February 2011) | 0 comments
The green waters and white sand are famous, but James Fuller discovers Tobago’s Pigeon Point is so much more than just a pretty picture

Assing’s great-aunts, Elsa (left) and Valentina (the Carib Queen) at the Santa Rosa Festival. Photograph by Tracy Assing

Through Carib eyes

Issue 107 (January/February 2011) | 0 comments
The indigenous people of the region are rewriting history. Filmmaker Tracy Assing told her side of the story to James Fuller

Canadian forward Nour Ghoneim evades a defender at the 2010 CONCACAF Women`s Under-17 Championship. Photograph courtesy CONCACAF.COM

She shoots, she scores

Issue 105 (September/October 2010) | 0 comments
The U17 Women’s World Cup kicks off in Trinidad & Tobago in September. James Fuller on the new goals of regional women’s football

The Need for Speed: Caripass

Issue 100 (November/December 2009) | 0 comments
Tired of waiting in line at airports? Regional travellers can bypass the queue, thanks to Caripass. James Fuller checks it out

Suresh Sookoo, CEO, RBTT Financial Group. Photograph courtesy RBTT Financial Group

RBC & RBTT: Bank on a bigger future

Issue 100 (November/December 2009) | 0 comments
The regional financial giant RBTT merged with the Royal Bank of Canada a year ago. James Fuller checks on their progress so far

Masqueraders perform at the 2009 Cudjoe Head Day Festival. Photograph by Keith Dyett

Goat water in Cudjoe head

Issue 100 (November/December 2009) | 0 comments
Never mind the volcanic eruptions, these Montserrat folks have a festival to celebrate. James Fuller joined the party

Buddie Miller. Photograph by James Fuller

Buddie Miller: hunter captured by the game

Issue 99 (September/October 2009) | 0 comments
It’s open season, and Buddie Miller is heading into the forests of Trinidad with his shotgun. James Fuller finds out why Miller is wild about hunting

Canari building awareness of media and civil society organisations from the Caribbean at a workshop in Laborie, St Lucia. Photograph courtesy Annalise Bayney

Canari: yes, they can

Issue 99 (September/October 2009) | 0 comments
Working behind the scenes, a little-known Trinidad-based environmental group has won a prestigious MacArthur award for its conservation efforts

Hippolyte performs at the Emancipation Day celebrations in Laborie, St Lucia, 2004. Photograph courtesy Kendel Hippolyte/Augustin Barthelmy

Kendel Hippolyte: a light for St Lucia

Issue 98 (July/August 2009) | 0 comments
Writer Kendel Hippolyte and Jane King want to bring down the curtain on the search for a home for their pioneering theatre company

Jamaica`s Cockpit Country is home to globally-important biodiversity but could be devastated by bauxite mining. Photograph courtesy Birdlife International/Susan Koenig

Caribbean birds: on a wing and a prayer

Issue 97 (May/June 2009) | 0 comments
Bird life in the Caribbean seems to be flourishing, but some species are threatened. James Fuller goes birdwatching in search of them