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A Russian police corruption probe against traffic police officer that built himself a luxury golden palace
Russian authorities said they had caught a criminal gang led by a traffic enforcement officer. He's said to have extorted huge bribes
Despite Injuries Two Weeks Prior, Malone Made History For BVI In Tokyo
The British Virgin Islands’ Long Jump sensation, Chantel Malone said she suffered injuries weeks before she headed to the Olympics in Tokyo.
Permission Was Sought - Premier Addresses Motorcade Going Beyond Curfew
Premier and Minister for Finance, Hon. Andrew Fahie said organizers of the territory-wide motorcade on Tuesday to honour the national athletes had permission to be on the public...
First cohort of VI youths departs territory for vaccination in USVI
More than 35 Virgin Islands (VI) youths departed the territory this afternoon, August 3, 2021, as the first cohort of persons to travel to the US Virgin Islands (USVI) for alter...
Jamaica probing trimming of Rastafarian’s hair @ police lock-up
Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson has ordered an immediate probe into claims that a 19-year-old Rastafarian woman, Nzinga King was trimmed by a policewoman at a ...
Haiti police say former Supreme Court judge suspect in president’s killing
Haitian police on Friday outlined fresh accusations against a former Supreme Court judge over her links to the assassination of President Jovenel Moise earlier this month, sayin...
CARICOM citizens urged to participate in region wide census
Delayed by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CARICOM has finally launched its population and housing census.
US couple who pointed guns @ Black Lives protesters pardoned
A US couple who gained nationwide notoriety after they pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protesters last year have been pardoned.
Governor extends VI curfew to August 20, 2021
His Excellency Governor John J. Rankin CMG has extended the existing curfew to August 20, 2021, as per the powers conferred on him by sections three and four of the Curfew Act, ...
COVID-19 over sanitisation killing the ‘good germs’- Angelle A. Cameron
Former Mrs BVI Angelle A. Cameron, who also hosts the weekly ‘My BVI’ webcast talk show, has warned that an overabundance of sanitisation in the Virgin Islands (VI) as a result ...
Rymer decries non-compliance with protocols
Government Minister, Kye Rymer, has lamented the actions of persons who continue to flout existing health protocols which were put in place for their own safety.
Wheatley ‘rejects notion of UK takeover’ as COI exposes BVI ‘flaws’
With a Commission of Inquiry (COI) still underway to learn whether corruption or abuse of office may have taken place in recent years, some members of the public who’ve lost con...
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