Highlights from Yesterdays House of Assembly Meeting

first_img Attorney General announces 14 Law Reforms for 2016 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales – New law now prevents the government from including scholarship funding in investor development agreements… this coming out yesterday, again in the House of Assembly during the parliamentary question portion of debate. The Public Finance mechanism, explained the ministers prevents TCIG from brokering these extras. Also from the Q&A portion, it was revealed that the Police Force Cold Case Unit had been sleeping… with the loss of key personnel, the unit fell inactive. The Attorney General was responding and explained that Inspector Daniel Miller has now been tasked with reviewing the unresolved death files. There are 15 cases in the Turks and Caicos counted as unresolved… the oldest is from March 2004. Law enacted gives Governor and Planning Board more clout Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp AG’s Office warns against false Registrar of Lands accusations Recommended for you Related Items:attorney general, police cold case unitlast_img read more

Youngster Kyle Taylor is earning a lot or praise

first_imgThe AFC Bournemouth footballer has signed a three-and-a-half year contract after he impressed everybody when playing for the team’s senior squad.19-year-old Kyle Taylor is a product of AFC Bournemouth Academy.The youngster was spotted by academy manager Joe Roach.And now the midfielder has been called to the first team and has signed a new three-and-a-half year contract with the English Premier League club.“Kyle has been with us for the whole length of the journey and it’s great to see,” Roach told the team’s official website.“He was fairly slight when he was younger but he has always been very technical and a nice player who caught the eye.”Brad Smith is loving his time at MLS Manuel R. Medina – August 27, 2019 Smith has been loaned from AFC Bournemouth to Seattle Sounders for a whole season, and the Australian footballer is enjoying his time there.“He was given an early scholarship, which is not the norm, and played up a year and did well,” he explained.“Like with all young players, there were areas of his game he needed to improve.”“When Carl Fletcher and I came back to the club in 2014, Kyle was at the start of his scholarship journey,” he added.“We viewed him in terms of how we were going to fit him in with regard to his physical side and perhaps trying to be a little stronger mentally.”“We spoke to Kyle and his parents and outlined what we felt he needed to do to make sure he got over the line at the end of the scholarship. It was quite strong but it centered on what he needed to focus on,” Roach continued.“His response was fantastic. It was one of those moments I remember, as I have with others when one little seed made sure he focused on where he should be.”last_img read more