Caribbean Intelligence on Social Media
Caribbean Intelligence on Twitter keeps up with tweets from the top newsrooms in the Caribbean and the wider world.
Selected by experienced journalists, the tweets reflect global developments with impact on the Caribbean and its people overseas, highlight events in the Caribbean Diaspora and sample some of the tweets from the Caribbean's top newsrooms.
It's a snapshot of the day's news developments and we hope you'll enjoy it as a rolling feed of tweets of global Caribbean interest. Do please click through to see what the Caribbean and Diaspora's main newsrooms are covering in more depth on a daily basis.
This tweet feed is updated regularly throughout the day.
Not into Twitter? Not a problem.
You can find this Twitter feed on our News Analysis webpage.
Had enough of the news?
Then, enjoy our non-news tweet round-up, in which we bring together the tweets of the Caribbean and Diaspora's great, good, talented and just fun people.
What's the Buzz follows Caribbean sports, music, food and chat in the region and around the world.
From Caribbean home recipes to the tweets of the Caribbean's fastest, most artistic, most musical, funniest....it's your global liming spot.
Not into Twitter? We've got it rounded up for you on our What's the Buzz main page.
Yep, we're now on Facebook.
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There are favourite postings and some of your comments.
Tell us what you think.
Click on the links below to find your way around the Caribbean Intelligence website:
- Caribbean Intelligence Home page and index
- In-depth news and Twitter news round-up
- What's the Buzz main page
- Caribbean Abroad - Around the Caribbean Diaspora
- Intelligent Thinking - Columns and Views on the Caribbean
To contact Caribbean Intelligence©, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or send us on note on Twitter @caribintelligen.