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Theologian Dr. David Hodge is in the hot seat again; this time claiming that men were born with the natural desire to have sexual relationships with several women. ...

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Judo tournament returns after 40 years

The year was 1974. The Tortola Judo Center wasn’t even a dream. The venue was the Road Town Methodist Church Hall, and the event was the first ever ...

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Foster parents being sought

The Social Development Department said it has been actively seeking persons to become foster parents to assist children who are in need of care and protection. ...

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Prominent businesswoman Patsy Lake is a bi-partisan citizen who is always involved in community works regardless of which political party is in power, according to ...

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Ronnie Skelton, the minister of health and social development, has defended the government’s social security programme following claims that some applicants are ...

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Motorists have been urged to purchase the limited edition license plates designed by local artist Joseph Hodge in commemoration of the territory’s upcoming 60th ...

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Immigration reaches out to the public

The Immigration Department has announced that, in an effort to strengthen its relationship with the public, it will launch an educational campaign next week. Acting ...

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PRESS RELEASE: The Government of the Virgin Islands has taken further steps in strengthening its international relations by signing a Tax Information Exchange ...

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Silver lining

Christopher Kissoon could not have resisted the urge to capture one of the most magnificent scenes on the island of Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands. He wants it ...

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PRESS RELEASE – CIBC FirstCaribbean customers in the BVI and throughout the Caribbean region were extended a personal welcome and offered refreshments on Friday, ...

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The BVI Ports Authority (BVIPA) will start collecting cargo charges on July 1 in accordance with its revised regulations of 1995. Deputy Managing Director at the ...

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After several years of work by the United Kingdom government, the European Union Council has agreed that, with effect from June 9, British Overseas Territories ...

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FSN gets over $5K

PRESS RELEASE – Executive Director of Barnes PR, Sachkia Barnes was delighted to turn over to the Family Support Network (FSN), $5,210 proceeds from a fundraising ...

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Caribbean News Now – In commenting on the outcome of last Thursday’s general election results in Antigua and Barbuda, the leader of the Lucian People’s ...

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PHOTOS from The Queen’s parade

The official birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was celebrated in the British Virgin Islands on Saturday (June 14) with a grand parade at the Festival ...

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Outgoing governor Boyd McCleary has expressed satisfaction with the progress that he said has been made in disaster management during his four-year tenure, but he ...

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Jamaica Observer newspaper - JAMAICA’S legislators have approved the amendment of the Dangerous Drugs Act to facilitate the decriminalisation of possession of ...

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Several months after launching the ‘Unity In Diversity’ initiative aimed at creating a more harmonious atmosphere among the many different groups within the ...

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Students read 893 books in five weeks

Students at the Francis Lettsome Primary School (FLPS) read a record 893 books in five weeks as part of the third annual Winners Read and Readers Win reading ...

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CMC — The United States Supreme Court has ruled that Caribbean immigrant children who lost their places in the slow-moving immigration system because they ...

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