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ompliance officers are sometimes regarded as corporate plumbers, Jason Narinesingh told a conference room full of 150 compliance specialists at Maria’s by the Sea last Thursday.

Amidst economic restructuring, Grenadian PM reshuffles cabinet

Grenadian Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell reshuffled his government’s key leadership last week, a change he said was needed to meet the economic and social challenges facing the country.

Business Briefs (Nov. 20, 2014)

Property taxes due Property owners must pay their property taxes by Nov. 30 to avoid being charged a penalty, according to the Inland Revenue Department. The 2014 property tax was due and payable...
A few minutes before noon on Sunday, 24 teenagers wearing white shirts, black pants and matching black neckties walked in to Rosewood Little Dix Bay’s Pavilion Restaurant. White linen tablecloths at ...

SPOTLIGHT: Andy Jeffers

Since he became a pageant chaperone in 2013, Mr. Jeffers has coached more than five contestants in the Virgin Islands. Currently, the 29-year-old serves as the public relations officer for Rosanna...

Island Happenings (Nov. 20, 2014)

Today Restaurant Week: Participating restaurants around the territory are offering daily specials for Restaurant Week, which continues through Sunday. Networking: Barnes PR will host “Ideas and...
On Saturday, Russell Crumpler  and Natasha Ruscheinski took the men’s and women’s divisions, respectively, at the second annual Semi Steel triathlon held on Beef Island.

Necker Cup Kids Day returns to the TSC

On Saturday, the BVI Lawn Tennis Association in conjunction with the Necker Cup will host a kids day at the Tortola Sports Club.

Moses, Crumpler win HLSCC series

Khari Creque and Katrina Crumpler, foiled Tarique Moses and his sister Tarika’s quest to become the first brother-and-sister duo to win the overall Highland Spring College Classic Series on...