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(CMC) – The British Virgin Islands (BVI) Tourist Board has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with home-stay provider Airbnb to lease or rent short-term lodging. The Tourist Board said this partnership aims to drive local, authentic, and sustainable tourism to the territory and “democratize the tourism economy”. “This partnership will help to strengthen tourism ...

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(CMC) – The man who conducted the corruption investigations into former Turks and Caicos Premier Michael Misick,Eugene Otuonye QC will be heading the team conducting the financial corruption allegation into the Marketing and National Importing Board (MNIB). In July 2018, Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell announced that the Cabinet had approved an investigation into the ...

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The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) has noted the concerns of the public and private sectors with respect to the proposed sale of Scotiabank’s banking operations in nine (9) Caribbean Countries to Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL).

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(CMC) – The authorities in neighbouring Martinique have dismantled a major drug trafficking operation between St Lucia and the French Caribbean territory. According to media reports out of Martinique, the success of French law enforcement officials came as a result of a year of investigative work. A news organization quoted Martinique Prosecutor, Gaudeul Renaud, as ...

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(CMC) – Leader of the main opposition St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Philip J. Pierre has pointed to recent developments in Guyana where the government lost a no confidence vote in the national assembly – saying it is a lesson for prime ministers. “What it shows is that governments – prime ministers must understand that ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Television journalist Travis Chase will not be charged with shooting a labourer behind his leg, but the injured bottle-throwing man would have to face the court for throwing missiles, police said. “The case file in respect of journalist Travis Chase has been returned with advice given to the effect that no charge ...

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(CMC) – The Government of Guyana says it intends to file an official complaint with the United Nations (UN) over the interception of an ExxonMobil-contracted research vessel in Guyana’s waters. The Exxon company is currently conducting oil exploration activities offshore Guyana. The research vessel, the Ramform Tethys, was intercepted by the Venezuelan Navy on Saturday ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — While growing up at the valleys close to Paramakatoi village in the Potaro-Siparuni region, Dr Sevanie Williams would listen to her grandmother’s stories on herbs and other plants which the elderly woman and other family members would use to treat their hair. She would think about the realities of transferring that treatment ...

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