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Tourist Board expands adding two new staff members

The Turks and Caicos Tourist Board announced this week it welcomed two new staff members to further expand its team. Young an dynamic Turks and Caicos Islanders, Jameka Williams and Oehleo Higgs, are ...
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2013 TCI Elecrotal List Available

TCI 2013 Electors’ Register is Ready! Supervisor of Elections Mr. Dudley Lewis has announced that, in accordance with the Elections Ordinance 2012, Turks and Caicos Islanders will be given the o...
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New Board leads TCHTA

On Wednesday, March 13, Turks and Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association (TCHTA) bid farewell to its out-going Board of Directors as members elected a new team to take the Association forward. ...
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Cruise terminal to open April 8

Beginning Monday, April 8, thousands of cruise ship passengers will again begin to enjoy the splendors of the countries capital island of Grand Turk. The announcement was made today, April 4, by the T...
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Community News


Cholera Clinical Management Training Held in the TCI
Healthcare professionals from the TCI Health Services were trained in the Clinical Management of Cholera and other diarrheal diseases in four one-day sessions held recently by the Ministry of Health and Human Services. The sessions were a part of an ongoing Cholera and Diarrheal Disease Risk Reduction Initiative supported with funding from the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID). More...
Illegal Haitian immigrants Intercepted
Illegal Haitian Immigrants Intercepted, to the Repatriated According to the Ministry of Border Control and Labour, on or about 5:00 a.m. on the morning of March 19, a boat carrying 115 Haitians was detected by the TCI Coastal Radar Station. It was subsequently intercepted by the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands (RTCI) Police Marine Branch, south of Providenciales. The passengers- comprising 86 males, 29 females and two minors were attempting to enter the Turks and Caicos Islands illegally and without regard for immigration laws or regulations. More...
Ministry of Health Reminding public about sanitation
Health surveillance teams attached to the Ministry of Health and Human Services (MOHHS) have reported an increase in the number of cases of diarrhea and or vomiting cases over the weekend in Grand Turk, a March 12 release from the department reported. More...
Scholarship applications now being accepted
The Ministry of Education has announced that they are now accepting applications for scholarships for the 2013/2014 school year and have released a list of priority areas for the awards along with qualifications as well.More...
History and traditions stay alive at the 13th annual boat races in Middle Caicos
The 2013 Valentines Day Cup welcomed many fun loving residents and tourists to Middle Caicos’ Bambarra Beach for a day of history, culture and fun.More...
First Officer of the Year award recipient named H.M. Prison Service extends its awards scheme
In an effort to recognize and reward service and dedication among their members, Her Majesty Prison Service has recognized Mr. Sylvester Thomas as it first Officer of the Year.More...
Governor, FCO donate to local schools
$5,000 will be donated to three North and Middle Caicos Schools later this week as His Excellency Governor Todd continues to deliver upon his promise to visit each of the inhabited family islands of the Turks and Caicos every three months.More...
Public interference of Animal Health Services Division addressed by Minister
The Minister of Environment and Home Affairs, Hon. Porscha Stubbs-Smith, has issued a statement that addresses the ongoing problem of feral dogs in Turks and Caicos and the more recent issues concerning interference from people tampering with traps and threatening the civil servants. More...

Island Guide: Entertainment News


Top things to do in April
Top things to do in April 1. From Golfing to More...

Environmental News


TCI to Study Viability of Migratory Fish Species
The Department for Environment and Maritime Affairs (DEMA), Ministry of Environment and the Office More...

Lifestyle News


Supermodel contestants trained in public relations
The ten contestants preparing to compete in the upcoming 2013 TCI Top Model Contest learned More...

Business News


TCIG Invites Applications for CDB-Sponsored Small Businesses Workshops
The Ministries of Government Support Services and Border Control and Labour are urging small, petty More...


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