“Temporary Closure of Revenue Department, Exchange of Information and Budget office Wilma House Grand Turk”

PUBLIC NOTICE

 

“Temporary Closure of Revenue Department, Exchange of Information and Budget office Wilma House Grand Turk”

 

The Public is hereby notified that the following Offices: Revenue Department, Exchange of Information and Budget located at Wilma House Grand Turk will be temporarily closed on Monday, January 18th as a staff member from the Revenue Department has been tested positive for COVID-19.

 

In accordance with established Public Service guidelines and efforts to ensure the safety of personnel and prevent the spread of the virus a deep cleaning of the office space will be conducted.

 

The Revenue Department, Exchange of Information and Budget is expected to resume normal operation on Tuesday, January 19th 2021 at 9:00 am. 

 

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and extend our gratitude for your patience and understanding at this time.

 

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DECR South Caicos Office temporarily relocated

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NOTICE

 

DECR South Caicos Office temporarily relocated

 

The Department of Environment and Coastal Resources (DECR) would like to advise the general public that the South Caicos office has been temporarily relocated until further notice, due to maintenance.  Applicants wanting to apply for/renew licenses are asked to please see a DECR Officer, temporarily based at the Denise Saunders Building, Cockburn Harbour, Monday to Friday.

 

Should you have any other queries, please contact the Department via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

The DECR thanks the public for its understanding.

 

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TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS REGIMENT RECRUITMENT

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS REGIMENT RECRUITMENT

Do you want to serve your country as a ‘Reserve Marine’? An exciting and highly rewarding opportunity awaits those wishing to serve as a ‘Reserve Marine’ with the Turks and Caicos Islands Regiment.
The Regiment is a contingent Force with three (3) distinct functions:


• Defence of our Islands
• Protection of our Islands Borders
• Disaster preparedness, resilience and response

We are looking for our Islands best; aged eighteen (18) to fifty (50) years old. The Regiment will prize courage and resilience. Recruits will be required to start with a good level of physical fitness and be committed to improvement.
The roles will suit smart adaptable individuals - keen to use their initiative - who want to work as members of small, well-led Teams. We are keen to recruit a full range of professions and trades that can serve the country in times of disaster or emergency. Leadership potential will be prized and developed, as will an attitude that can deliver against the odds. One of the successful Candidates will be selected for training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and there will be opportunities for others to gain early promotion into Non-Commissioned Officer roles.

As a Reserve, you will be required to:

• Undergo a two-week (2) Recruitment Residential training course and further developmental training
• Deploy operationally, and build skill throughout the year as required
• Participate in a two (2) week annual training camp
• Work alongside the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force Marine Branch to protect our Islands Borders, maintain our territorial integrity and sovereignty, and protect our marine biodiversity
• Provide Humanitarian assistance and relief during and after disasters
• Assist in building our nation’s disaster resilience capabilities
  Reserves will receive the following benefits:
• A daily stipend for training and work
• Promotion based on performance and experience
• Numerous opportunities for training and teamwork
• Other benefits currently being developed

Applicants are required to complete the online Application Form and Medical questionnaire, and will be invited to attend a Selection Weekend - that will involve fitness, initiative, swimming and aptitude
assessments. Do not rule yourself out! If you have what it takes to be a Reserve Marine in the TCI Regiment, we will find that potential and develop it.

All members of the TCI Regiment will be subject to the TCI’s Defense Ordinance (currently being developed).
This Advertisement is open to Turks and Caicos Islanders, British Overseas Territories Citizens and British Citizens only.

Application forms can be obtained by visiting the Turks Caicos Islands Government Vacancy portal or by sending a request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Completed applications should be forwarded to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The original must be retained for future reference.
Closing Date for Applications 5th February, 2021.

 

CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION FORM: APPLICATION FORM

 

CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL FORM: TCI REGIMENT CANDIDATE MEDICAL FORM

 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO: BECOMING A MARINE

 

https://www.gov.tc/government-vacancies/posting/1476/reserve-marine

Over 300 Persons Vaccinated During First Week of Rollout in the TCI

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NEWS RELEASE

 

Over 300 Persons Vaccinated During First Week of Rollout in the TCI 

The Turks and Caicos Islands successfully began the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Cheshire Hall Medical Center on Providenciales on Monday January 11, 2021.

 

The first batch of vaccinations included a cross section of persons from across the Turks and Caicos including His Excellency Governor Nigel and Mandy Dakin, Premier Honorable Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, Deputy Governor Her Excellency Anya Williams and Minister of Education Honorable Karen Malcolm; joined by CEO of the Turks and Caicos Islands Hospitals Dr. Denise Braithwaite and private family medical practitioner Dr. Joe Bowden; Commissioner of Police Trevor Botting; President of the TCI Kidney Foundation Leon Wilson; representative of the TCI Cancer Society Lucille Lightbourne; local historian William “Bill” Clare; representative of the Clergy Pastor Steve Cornwall and representatives of the Haitian and Dominican communities Pastor Alces Dor and Vice President of the Dominican Consulate in the TCI Candido Moreno.

 

A total of 344 persons have been vaccinated in the TCI to date.  This includes over 150 healthcare workers, 75 persons in the category of elderly, chronic non-communicable diseases and additional persons in frontline and other areas.   

 

A total of 269 persons have been vaccinated thus far in Providenciales and 75 persons in Grand Turk; with the intention to roll the program out to the other islands over the course of the next few weeks.

 

Vaccinations in Grand Turk included: Minister of Health Honorable Edwin Astwood; Attorney General Honorable Rhondalee Braithwaite-Knowles; Permanent Secretary of Health Desiree Lewis and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Nadia Astwood; along with key representatives of the community, 94 year old WWII veteran James “Bobby” Fulford; Prison, Police and other frontline staff along with members of the community and clergy.

 

Commenting on the vaccination program thus far Premier Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson said; “I wish to thank those who responded positively to the call to lead on such an important national plan to vaccinate against the COVID-19 virus. As Premier I felt it important to participate so as to encourage us to take this vital step for our families, our country and ourselves. We have seen vaccinations used over many years to promote national public health goals and this is no different. There is no current scientific evidence that  this virus will leave us any time soon and so it is important to see this as one of our best defenses against the spread of the infection. This gives us our very best chance to regain greater control of our lives and country. By taking the vaccine, we can each act individually to achieve our national public health goal and set our country on some path towards normalcy.”

 

Governor Nigel Dakin said; “An excellent start. In the first week we’ve touched multiple members of society: health workers, the elderly, those with underlying conditions, police, prison, pastors, Turks Islanders, Haitians and Dominicans. The portal to allow all to now register goes active Friday January 15th, 2021. Those with serious need will be prioritized, but this vaccine is for all in TCI who are resident here and who want it. If we all embrace the opportunity it will make us not only a regional but a world leader. The opportunity for us to be one of the safest destinations in the world, almost before all others, is not an opportunity for us to waste!”

 

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Turks & Caicos Government

Office of the Governor

Office of the Deputy Governor

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COVID-19 UPDATE