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Leader of the Opposition's New Year's Message 2014

January 6, 2014
It is a New Year – New Opportunities! New Possibilities! New Dreams! New Vision! God in His wisdom and mercy has granted us the gift of a New Year and what we do with this gift is up to us. May we unwrap this gift with care, gratitude and a mind to positively impact our country, our region and our world.

Governor's Christmas and New Year Message

December 24, 2013
Governor's Christmas and New Year Message Jill and I had the great privilege to visit Bethlehem this year, on the way to Turks and Caicos from India. The place where Jesus was born is now a shrine visited by millions of pilgrims, like us, from around the world. Despite the crowds it is a town, surrounded by the hills where shepherds can still "watch their flocks"...

Christmas Message 2013 from the Leader of the Opposition

December 24, 2013
Christmas Message 2013 from the Leader of the Opposition Another year has passed and this year like before has had its challenges, loss, disappointments, but also its joys and celebrations. Despite it all, God in His mercy continues to bless us with the gift of life and with that continued gift comes hope. This year as we enter the festive season and approach the...

The Bodog Casino Race

September 17, 2013
Due to the sheer number of online gambling games, the most reputable sites have to constantly strive to come up with new, innovative and exciting ideas to keep players entertained. Bodog.eu online casino has done just that with their creation of what is known as The Bodog Casino Race.

US anti-drug czar says legalisation won't solve drug problem

September 9, 2013
US anti-drug czar says legalisation won't solve drug problem The director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, Gil Kerlikowske, said that legalising drugs would not be panacea for drug consumption or drug-related crime. "Neither a single approach of a war on drugs nor an approach of legalisation even begins to address how complex the...

UNESCO urges greater efforts to raise awareness about history of slave trade

August 24, 2013
UNESCO urges greater efforts to raise awareness about history of slave trade Marking the anniversary of the first successful slave uprising in the Western hemisphere, the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said on Friday that telling the story of the slave trade was a crucial way to pay tribute to the freedom fighters and “honour their contributions to...

Feature: Who is Alex Fraser?

July 16, 2013
Feature: Who is Alex Fraser? It began with a tweet – one of thousands: “Who is Alex Fraser?” By then the letter Alexander C. Fraser wrote and posted on his Facebook page was viral. First, his letter: Dear George Zimmerman, For the rest of your life you are now going to feel what it’s like to be a black man in America. You will feel people stare...

Scottish scientists launch crowd-funding for robots that repair coral reefs

May 9, 2013
The ocean covers over 70% of the planet, but is threatened by multiple stressors such as bottom fishing, pollution and climate change. Coral reefs support the livelihoods of almost half a billion people; marine litter affects around half of all marine mammals.

TCIslander to be installed as first black pastor of historic New Jersey church

May 8, 2013
TCIslander to be installed as first black pastor of historic New Jersey church The Rev. Dr Glen Calvin Misick, a native of the Turks and Caicos Islands, is the newly appointed pastor of Old First Presbyterian Church of Newark, NJ.  Located in downtown Newark, Old First is the oldest registered church in the Garden State. It was founded in 1666.

Two Gringos in the Caribbean: The Airs of Pine Cay Part 1

May 8, 2013
Two Gringos in the Caribbean: The Airs of Pine Cay Part 1 This post is going to be all about Pine Cay after my usual opening blather. I know you're probably ready for some warm blue water photos, especially as we read the headlines about another snowstorm in Denver this week. We've got some sunny beach images to share.


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