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A self-styled champion of the underprivileged – Royal Gazette

A self-styled champion of the underprivileged  Royal GazetteMaria Benn was a larger-than-life personality best known for her charity fundraisers and for the block parties she staged for the children in her back-of-town ...

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Rt Police Station Burglar Deported

Courtney K. Meade who pleaded guilty to burglarising the Road Town Police Station, and was sentenced to 20 years behind bars was ordered deported from the Territory by His Excellency Augustus Jaspert Meade was charged with aggravated burglary and carrying an unlicensed firearm. He pleaded guilty on 8 May 2012. During the trial the Crown stated that Meade and co-accused ...

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Rt Police Station Burglar Deported

Courtney K. Meade who pleaded guilty to burglarising the Road Town Police Station, and was sentenced to 20 years behind bars was ordered deported from the Territory by His Excellency Augustus Jaspert Meade was charged with aggravated burglary and carrying an unlicensed firearm. He pleaded guilty on 8 May 2012. During the trial the Crown stated that Meade and co-accused ...

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HLSCC Signs Memorandum With UVI

As the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC) approaches the period of reaffirmation/reaccreditation President of the institution Judith Vanterpool disclosed that there are stumbling blocks along the way. HLSCC received accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education on 25 June, 2015. Since HLSCC is a newly accredited institution its accreditation spanned a five-year cycle. Therefore, the college is seeking ...

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HLSCC Signs Memorandum With UVI

As the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC) approaches the period of reaffirmation/reaccreditation President of the institution Judith Vanterpool disclosed that there are stumbling blocks along the way. HLSCC received accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education on 25 June, 2015. Since HLSCC is a newly accredited institution its accreditation spanned a five-year cycle. Therefore, the college is seeking ...

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Former F&F Committee Members Respond

The former Festival and Fairs Committee heads did not take kindly to the announcement that was made by Minister for Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture, Dr. the Hon. Natalio Wheatley at a press conference on 5 April when he said that the previous committee left a debt of $300,000. The comment was made by the Minister at a ...

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Former F&F Committee Members Respond

The former Festival and Fairs Committee heads did not take kindly to the announcement that was made by Minister for Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture, Dr. the Hon. Natalio Wheatley at a press conference on 5 April when he said that the previous committee left a debt of $300,000. The comment was made by the Minister at a ...

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Poultry Farming And Fisheries May Get More Attention

Poultry farming is expected to be the first agricultural product pushed by the government in its effort to revitalize that sector of the economy. Over the last few years there has been a cry in the community that agriculture was ignored with many farmers accusing the government of being deaf and blind in this area that is key to food ...

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Poultry Farming And Fisheries May Get More Attention

Poultry farming is expected to be the first agricultural product pushed by the government in its effort to revitalize that sector of the economy. Over the last few years there has been a cry in the community that agriculture was ignored with many farmers accusing the government of being deaf and blind in this area that is key to food ...

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