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ESHS Graduation: “What a Year It Has Been!” Says Principal

Despite a difficult school year, the 2018 graduating class of the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS) did not disappoint as a number of students still managed to attain impressive grades. The class consisted of 124 students, five of which received kudos for maintaining an ‘A’ average every term from Grade 7 to Grade 12. This year’s valedictorian is Beyonce Defreitas, ...

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NDP Chairman Hits VIP Misinformation Propaganda

On Monday 30 July newly elected Chairman of the National Democratic Party, and Minister for Education and Culture, Hon. Myron V. Walwyn lashed out at the Opposition Party for what he said was a deliberate attempt to malign the government using repeated claims of corruption. Hon. Walwyn while speaking on the first episode of NDP Drive Time stated that shortly ...

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Getting The Most Out Of Data Can Be Profitable: Prof. Carter Says

For years the Territory has had a statistics and data problem, whereas valuable information that can influence important decisions was often unavailable or not up to date. However, the recent visit of Associate Professor Keith Carter of the National University of Singapore (Computing) for the FinTech Immersion Conference was an eye opener for businesses on how they can increase profitability ...

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Commission Of Inquiry: Governor “Not Jumping Ahead Of Things”

His Excellency Governor Augustus Jaspert said that he will not speculate that the audit being carried out on Government’s dealings with BVI Airways would warrant a Commission of Inquiry, which members of the public have openly called for. The Governor made the disclosure on 26 July during a press briefing. He announced that the decision was taken by Auditor General ...

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“We Will Work Hand in Glove” – FCO Minister Of State

British Foreign Office Minister Lord Tariq Ahmad By Mellica McPherson “I assure you we will work hand in glove,” Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said during his two-day visit to the Territory on repeated occasions. The Minister’s visit came amidst uncertainty about the Territory’s economic future –considering the United Kingdom’s parliamentary push ...

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Caribbean Home: A $15 Million Listing in Turks and Caicos – Caribbean Journal


Caribbean Journal

Caribbean Home: A $15 Million Listing in Turks and Caicos
Caribbean Journal
By the Caribbean Journal staff. It's hard to get much more exclusive than a beach villa in Turks and Caicos. And it's hard to get any more exclusive in Turks and Caicos than the private island of Parrot Cay. turks and caicos listing. That's the scene ...

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Man rapes 18-year-old man while he sleeps (St. Thomas, USVI) – St. Lucia News Online (press release)


St. Lucia News Online (press release)

Man rapes 18-year-old man while he sleeps (St. Thomas, USVI)
St. Lucia News Online (press release)
(VI CONSORTIUM) — The man who was raped by another man while he was asleep, told police that he was drugged by the aggressor — information the VIPD did not include in its initial release, but was made available to 'The Consortium' by a family ...

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