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BVI Suffers Loss Of Archive Documents: Digitization a Must

The list of things the Territory lost in the horrendous September hurricanes are still being tallied, but thankfully we can sigh relief that a larger number of historical records were not destroyed. Nonetheless, there is no cause for celebration as Chief Records Management Officer, Christopher Varlack indicated that a number of archive documents were damaged. While speaking at a press ...

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Hundreds Attend Funeral Of Noted Architect & Captain

The life of one of the Territory’s most noted Architects, Boat Builder, and Captain – Mr. Ira Smith was celebrated on 20 April at the St George’s Episcopal Anglican church at a fitting service. The late Mr. Smith was born on 18 April 1938 and died on 5 April 2018. He was 79-year-old at the time of his death. In ...

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Hundreds Attend Funeral Of Noted Architect & Captain

The life of one of the Territory’s most noted Architects, Boat Builder, and Captain – Mr. Ira Smith was celebrated on 20 April at the St George’s Episcopal Anglican church at a fitting service. The late Mr. Smith was born on 18 April 1938 and died on 5 April 2018. He was 79-year-old at the time of his death. In ...

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BVI Bids Eternal Farewell To Former Deputy Governor

Statesman and community stalwart Marvie Elton Georges, OBE CMG was given a fitting farewell on 21 April at his funeral service held at the Sea Cows Bay Methodist Church. Prior to the funeral service Mr. Georges laid in State on 19 April. In a moving service that recalled his dedication to public service and his love for the Virgin Islands, ...

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BVI Bids Eternal Farewell To Former Deputy Governor

Statesman and community stalwart Marvie Elton Georges, OBE CMG was given a fitting farewell on 21 April at his funeral service held at the Sea Cows Bay Methodist Church. Prior to the funeral service Mr. Georges laid in State on 19 April. In a moving service that recalled his dedication to public service and his love for the Virgin Islands, ...

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Caymans, Bermuda and BVI face new corporate transparency laws – Financial Times


Financial Times

Caymans, Bermuda and BVI face new corporate transparency laws
Financial Times
British overseas territories, including the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands and Bermuda, will be forced to lift the veil of secrecy over the ownership of companies based there after the UK approved radical new measures to tackle money ...
How UK's anti-money laundering bill affects BVIBVI News Online
BVI critical of proposed UK legislationJamaica Gleaner
MPs prepared to force Channel Islands and Isle of Man to reveal ...The Guardian
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Cayman Islands, Curaçao Lead Regional Hotel Growth – Caribbean Journal


Caribbean Journal

Cayman Islands, Curaçao Lead Regional Hotel Growth
Caribbean Journal
By Fatima Thompson. Caribbean hotel performance comparisons showed some positives for the first time in 2018, according to March data from STR. The region is on the road to recovery, and several destinations that were not affected by last year's ...

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BVI’s Erickson wins women’s 100M hurdles title at LAI meet – Virgin Islands Daily News


BVI's Erickson wins women's 100M hurdles title at LAI meet
Virgin Islands Daily News
TORTOLA — After severely injuring her knee days before the 2016 CARIFTA Games, followed by surgery six months later, Deya Erickson of the British Virgin Islands was told she might never be able to run again. It wasn't the news she wanted to hear, and ...

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