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LETTER: Internet disgrace

The internet and cable service are a 21st century disgrace and the board of the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission/TRC should resign if they can’t do ...

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LETTER: Country first!

Dear Editor, Recently there has been quite a lot of talk from the First District Representative about the work that he has done or says he isn’t getting a ...

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LETTER: Politics hit Virgin Gorda Summer...

Dear Editor, I am writing to you very disturbed by the recent events at The Virgin Gorda Summer Jam (basketball competition). For years this event has been heavily ...

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LETTER: ‘Landlords killing their t...

I heard this joke about a student whose teacher asked her and the others what they wanted to become. You wouldn’t believe the student, while the others were saying ...

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I don’t really care too much about some of these expat children born here. Their general attitude is unbecoming. They act as though they are from here more than us ...

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In the name of financial prudence, top production quality, and good sense, I simply can’t understand why a small island as Tortola – and by extension the BVI ...

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LETTER: Age is just a number in politics

Shimon Peres, 89, is still the President of Israel. Robert Mugabe, also 89, is still the President of Zimbabwe. Ralph T. O’Neal is likely to be 82 years old if he ...

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If politics is a sport in the BVI then all involved need to step up their game. All politicians, from all party or club, and their three-tiered band of spectators ...

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I am the sponsor for one of my family member who has applied for a visitor’s visa through The British High Commission in Georgetown Guyana. Recently, The British ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: When my General Secretary Delva Thomas called about the twisted headline context of remarks I made during Thursday’s ceremony to welcome home ...

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Walking through Road Town the other night gave me a reason for wanting to vote. The next time I vote, it will not be due to love for any party or any politician, but ...

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Letter: Not my will…

The Holy Bible is one of the most wonderful books to take up and skim through, even when you are not looking for any particular chapter or verse. The edition that I ...

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Dear Editor, My fellow citizenry of the Virgin Islands frequently make claims of superiority in terms of prosperity over “down islands”. However, having been to ...

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The tone of this letter reflects my absolute disdain with LIAT airlines. It is so unfortunate that to fly within the region we are at the mercy of unreliable LIAT. I ...

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LETTER: Help for homosexuals

Homosexuals can try and twist the facts about the homosexual disorder and usher despicable disdain and hatred against religion all they like but that will not change ...

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I have so much to complain about. I don’t even know where to start. The cable in my house has been dead for more than two weeks and it’s not that I have not paid ...

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They say experience teaches wisdom, but it appears as though we have never learned. Am I supposed to think that those we elect don’t shop in the same supermarkets ...

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Sometimes I do not quite understand what my people really want. In this instance I am referring to the few, but significant, negative criticisms of the Ministry of ...

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LETTER: Media workers in chains

Gosh! As an advocate for transparency, I can’t understand why everything has to be so secretive. One seriously wonders if the public has become the bedrooms of ...

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LETTER: Burglary in Towers, West End

Please note that there was a burglary at a home in Towers, West End on Friday 16th March, 2012, during the day. A netbook was stolen along with jewelry valued at ...

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