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Revealed: The Cryptoqueen's £13.5m London penthouse
A money-laundering trial in Germany is shining a light on the purchase of a luxury London penthouse by cryptocurrency scammer Dr Ruja Ignatova.
Jamie Bartlett and Rob Byrne of The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast explain how she used British-based lawyers and wealth managers – who continued to offer their services after she disappeared.
A former porter at the exclusive Abbots House apartment block in Kensington remembers meeting Dr Ruja Ignatova in 2016, as she returned from a shopping trip with her Bulgarian bodyguards.
2021 Hurricane Season ends with 21 named storms
A busy Atlantic Hurricane Season ends today, November 30, 2021, after the formation of 21 named storms, including seven hurricanes, of which four developed into major hurricanes.
39 active COVID-19 cases reported in VI; No hospitalisations
There are currently 39 active COVID-19 cases in the Virgin Islands, the Territory's Epidemiological Summary revealed today, November 30, 2021.
'God is Great, isn't He?'- Premier Fahie on VI being spared this Hurricane Season
Virgin Islands Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrews A. Fahie has asked that the Virgin Islands (VI) remain in a state of readiness as the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season ...
BVIHSA staff facing late payment due to banking issues
Salaries of some staff of the BVI Health Services Authority (BVIHSA) will not be paid on time this month-end because of banking issues.
Lion Heart stay top of BVIFA National League with win over VG United
Lion Heart FC continued their unbeaten run in the BVI Football Federation (BVIFA) National League and stayed top with a 2-0 victory against VG United on the Virgin Gorda Recreat...
New focus on cultural education in BVI
A restructuring of the Department of Culture has seen a new focus being placed on cultural education in the Virgin Islands.
Not BVI DNA! Some locals sit and expect to get jobs - Premier
Premier Andrew Fahie has chastised persons who feel entitled enough to expect jobs simply because they are Virgin Islanders.
New statutory body being explored for Anegada land distribution
The BVI government has announced measures it says are expected to assist with the decades-old issue of land distribution in Anegada.
Working committees in UK & BVI set up to move ganja bill forward
Premier Andrew Fahie’s recent visit to the United Kingdom (UK) may have brought new hope to the government’s now stalled Cannabis Licensing Act.
Rihanna named national hero as Barbados severs ties with Britain
Barbados has named Rihanna a national hero of the Caribbean island.
Three men accused of assisting 28 illegal immigrants
Two men accused of illegal entry as well as assisting and harbouring 28 illegal immigrants in the territory are facing a possible fine of up to $100,000 or 10-years imprisonment...
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