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ACBDA stresses water safety

An unprecedented number of private boats will be on Bermudas waters during the Americas Cup, according to ACBDA. As such, the organisers have stressed the importance of water safety, reiterating the rules and regulations. Some 2,000 private and public craft have registered for spectator flags, and that number keeps growing, so. ..

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ACBDA stresses water safety

An unprecedented number of private boats will be on Bermudas waters during the Americas Cup, according to ACBDA. As such, the organisers have stressed the importance of water safety, reiterating the rules and regulations. Some 2,000 private and public craft have registered for spectator flags, and that number keeps growing, so. ..

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CHAOS AT DIGICEL TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS – Turks and Caicos Sun

Turks and Caicos SunCHAOS AT DIGICEL TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSTurks and Caicos SunAs Digicel Turks and Caicos prepares to cut several jobs, some staff members are reporting a strong climate of fear and victimisation at the telecommunications company. Th...

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Bermudas big day

The long-awaited day has finally arrived with as many as 10,000 people on land and on the water ready to witness the greatest sporting event hosted by the island. A forecast of high winds and rain delayed proceedings yesterday, scuppering the first races and Opening Ceremony, but today its all systems go providing Mother Nature. ..

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Outdoor Theatre At Beaches Resorts In Turks And Caicos Outfitted With Elation Lighting – Live Design


Live Design

Outdoor Theatre At Beaches Resorts In Turks And Caicos Outfitted With Elation Lighting
Live Design
Beaches Resorts in the Turks and Caicos Islands offers endless activities for people of all ages, not to mention convenient access to some of the Caribbean's best beaches. Lighting designer Lisa Weinshrott Kimmel, of Sharp Edge Lighting Design, was ...

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[EUobserved] Scramble for UK agencies paves way for Trumpian claims – EUobserver


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[EUobserved] Scramble for UK agencies paves way for Trumpian claims
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Was it Donald Trump's visit that inspired Spain's health minister to be such a braggart this week? Like Trump, Dolors Montserrat came to Brussels this week. Her aim was to convince EU officials that Barcelona was "the best candidate" to host the ...

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Weather delays start of AC35

Race fans will have to wait a little longer for the start of the 35th Americas Cup, which has been delayed 24 hours because of a forecast for strong winds. The Americas Cup Event Authority and Americas Cup Race Management made the call late yesterday afternoon to postpone todays opening day of the Louis Vuitton Americas Cup. ..

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Preserve Marriage no longer a charity

Preserve Marriage is no longer a charity after the islands Charity Commissioners decided its purposes were unlawful and caused more detriment than benefit. The panel took the decision to reject an application for renewal of the groups charitable status on May 16, according to minutes of the meeting shared with ltigtThe Royal. ..

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Preserve Marriage no longer a charity

Preserve Marriage is no longer a charity after the islands Charity Commissioners decided its purposes were unlawful and caused more detriment than benefit. The panel took the decision to reject an application for renewal of the groups charitable status on May 16, according to minutes of the meeting shared with ltigtThe Royal. ..

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Teachers march on Cabinet

Teachers marched on the grounds of the Cabinet Office yesterday morning over concerns about ongoing contract negotiations. The demonstration, involving around 600 Bermuda Union of Teachers representatives, trustees, and teachers, came shortly after the union held an emergency general membership meeting at St Paul Centennial. ..

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