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(THE SUN TCI) – The Turks and Caicos Islands is about to experience the biggest investment and construction boom in the history of these islands, according to the Premier Hon. Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson. In an exclusive interview with The SUN, the Premier said a significant number of jobs and opportunities will be created as a result ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Rudy John Beach Park, Laborie’s very popular recreation spot, has been in the news on more than one occasion in the past, including in 2015 when residents found an official notice indicating that “the coconut trees will be removed”. It was also in the spotlight recently with the unconfirmed news that ...

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(BBC) – The chief executive of Danske Bank has resigned in the wake of a money-laundering scandal involving its Estonian operation. Thomas Borgen stepped down following an investigation into payments of about €200bn (£177bn) through its Estonian branch. The Danish bank said many of those payments were suspicious. Mr Borgen said it was clear Danske ...

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(BVI NEWS) – The British Virgin Islands is expanding its financial services reach by embarking on a two-week trade mission to Africa in November. Minister responsible for finance, Premier Dr D Orlando Smith will be leading a local delegation across three African nations – South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria. While visiting those countries, the BVI ...

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(BBC) – Two women have been arrested after they were caught selling sweets and cakes containing marijuana in a church in the US state of Georgia. The marijuana edibles Ebony Cooper and Leah Pressley were offering included cereal treats, brownies and puddings, police say. The arrests occurred at an event the church, in the city ...

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(BVI NEWS) – An Anguillan visitor who dispersed nearly $50,000 across multiple rented properties on Tortola has confessed that those monies are proceeds of crime. Kirk Hughes made the confession in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday when he pleaded guilty to overstaying, failing to declare monies to Customs, and possession of proceeds of criminal conduct. ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The SAINT LUCIA SHOOTING ASSOCIATION would like to extend this invitation to you/License Firearm Holder/Agency/Company/Club/Civilian/Association/Federation/Security/Law Enforcement/Police to participate in its 8th National Iron and Steel Challenge 2018. Please review the following details: Tournament: Date of Tournament: Sunday October 21, 2018 Venue: Bordelais Shooting Range, Dennery Shoot Starts: 10:00am (Promptly) Shoot Ends: Evening ...

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CBS News:–  South Africa’s top court says adults can use marijuana in private. The Constitutional Court on Tuesday upheld a provincial court’s ruling in a case involving Gareth Prince, who advocates the decriminalization of the drug. Prince says cannabis should be regulated in the same way as alcohol and tobacco. Government authorities have said cannabis is harmful and […]

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Antigua Observer:–  The government has not decided which entity will head the commercial farming and medical sale of marijuana project in Antigua and Barbuda. Government’s chief of staff, Lionel Max Hurst said yesterday that the Cabinet was impressed with the latest marijuana presentation by a medical marijuana company, headquartered in Canada. “We have had a number […]

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Guyana Chronicle:–  A 35-year-old woman who was recently busted with over G$1.1M worth in cocaine in her suitcase at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) along with her alleged recruiter were on Tuesday charged before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan. Shellon Barrow of Victoria Street, Albouystown was nabbed with cocaine in false walls of her suitcase by […]

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