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TCI TOUGHENS UP VACCINATION COMPLIANCE

The Turks and Caicos Islands is further toughening up its mandatory vaccination policy for work permits holders and applicants, government stamp holders and persons applying for permanent residency.

22 Jul, 2021

BVI COVID RATES CONTINUE TO SOAR

The British Virgin Islands continues to reel from a sudden surge in COVID-19 infections. In the space of a few weeks total confirmed cases have sky-rocketed to over 2,200 with more than 1,600 active cases.

22 Jul, 2021

FORMER MONTSERRAT LEADER JAILED FOR 15 YEARS

Former Chief Minister of Montserrat David S. Brandt, a prominent attorney, has been jailed for 15 years after being found guilty last month on six counts of sexual exploitation of under-age girls.

22 Jul, 2021

BERMUDA PREPARES FOR NEW GLOBAL CORPORATION TAX

After some initial hesitation, Bermuda reports that its falling in line with steps to impose a tax on global corporations.

22 Jul, 2021

BVI COVID SPIKE

With a sudden upsurge in COVID-19 cases, the British Virgin Islands is now under a 7pm and 5am curfew in a bid to contain a community spread.

13 Jul, 2021

BERMUDA AGREES TO CONCEPT OF G7 CORPORATE TAX

Bermuda has joined several other countries in agreeing to the concept of a global corporate tax structure being implemented by the G7 group of leading industrial nations.

05 Jul, 2021

BVI: CLAIMS OF NON-EXISTENT FARMS RECEIVING STIPENDS

As the British Virgin Islands Commission of Inquiry winds down its hearings, startling accusations have been made by the territory’s Auditor General against the government.

05 Jul, 2021

GIBRALTAR RELAXES ABORTION LAWS

Voters in Gibraltar have backed a change in the law clearing the way for abortions. A referendum on the issue this past Thursday, won by a two-thirds majority with 62 per cent in favour of the change and 36 per cent opposing it.

05 Jul, 2021

TCI: NO FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED IN 'COFFIN BOAT' INVESTIGATION

Authorities in the Turks and Caicos Islands have ruled out foul play on the case of a boat found in its territorial waters off Grand Turk with 20 dead people on board.

05 Jul, 2021

JERSEY WORRIED ABOUT INFLUX OF BIG SPENDERS

There’s a debate in the Crown Dependency of Jersey over curbing the high rate of multi-millionaires moving to the island.

29 Jun, 2021
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