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Nieuws vanuit het Caribisch gebied

amigoeDe Amigoe is een gedegen, betrouwbare, onafhankelijke krant die haar lezers op objectieve wijze wil informeren over gebeurtenissen en ontwikkelingen in de samenleving. Onze focus ligt op het lokale nieuws. Hoor en wederhoor staan bij ons hoog in het vaandel en we zijn zeer terughoudend met (nog) niet bevestigde berichten. Onze redacteuren staan met beide benen in de samenleving, hebben contacten in alle geledingen van de maatschappij, zijn goed geïnformeerd en op de hoogte van ontwikkelingen binnen de gemeenschap. Ze zijn niet alleen in staat om nieuws te brengen, maar ook om het te duiden. De Amigoe is aan geen enkele politieke, religieuze of andere organisatie of groepering verbonden. Er is een editie voor Curaçao en Bonaire en een editie voor Aruba.  Zie: is een blog over alles wat met Bonaire te maken heeft. Van de laatste politieke en economische ontwikkelingen tot de nieuwste vacatures en stages, evenementen, foto’s en video’s op Bonaire, Caribisch Nederland. heeft per 1 januari 2015 een nieuwe eigenaar en zal nu ook regelmatig publiceren in Engels en Papiaments.

Bonaire nu:

Antilliaans Dagblad

Bonaire tv

Bonaire Reporter:

Caribbean News:

Caribisch Netwerk



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Caribbean News Now!

Caribbean News Now is the leading voice for Caribbean regional news, information and opinion and is the successor to Caribbean Net News (2003-2010).

Published by and through the collaborative efforts of a number of individual contributors and other sources, Caribbean News Now provides extensive regional news coverage that no other agency provides, covering almost 40 nations and territories in the wider Caribbean, as well as six regional organisations, and focusing on the latest political and regional news.

With an emphasis on delivering up to date news and current opinion from around the Caribbean region, keeping Caribbean nationals worldwide in touch with issues of national and international importance, government leaders, other senior public officials, and captains of regional industry rely on the daily content provided by Caribbean News Now.

In addition to regional sports and business coverage, a wide range of cultural content that reflects and defines the peoples of the Caribbean is also featured, including poetry, entertainment and literature, along with portals for user-submitted material of interest to the people of the Caribbean and the worldwide Diaspora.

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