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Human Rights Day

Happy Human Rights Day 2019!

This year, on Human Rights Day, the theme is celebrating the role of young people in bringing Human Rights to life. Around the Globe from Hong Kong to Lebanon, young people are marching, organizing, and speaking out, Emphasizing: The right to a protected environment… The equality of rights for women and girls… The right to […]

Turks and Caicos Film Festival 2019

F Chambers staff plays leading volunteer roles at the Inaugural Turks & Caicos International Film Festival

18 November 2019. F Chambers employee Caroline Kerswell and Cleta Handfield from F Corporate Services volunteered as vital team Captains for the first international 3-day film festival. Caroline managed the Entertainment and Special Events team and Cleta managed the Box Office and Merchandise team. The experience was of hard work and long hours but gave […]

2019 premier's cup golf tournament

F Chambers’ Mark Fulford Helps Premier Robinson Launch 2019 Premier’s Cup Golf Tournament

On 4 November 2019 F Chambers Managing Partner and Vice President Mark Fulford, joined Premier Robinson and the Premier’s Cup Committee, charity representatives and supporters to launch the Premier’s Cup Golf Tournament 2019 with a Press Conference, check presentation and Cocktail reception held at The Palms, Providenciales. Premier Robinson in her remarks thanked participants and […]

United Way

Message from United Way TCI Chairman Mark A Fulford LLB on Hurricane Dorian Relief efforts for the Bahamas

As Chairman of United Way TCI, which is the nearest chapter to the hard hit Bahamas, we – the Directors and Executives held an emergency meeting of the Board Of Directors, followed by a Volunteers meeting to formulate plans to coordinate and organize relief efforts for hurricane Dorian victims in our sister nation, The Bahamas. […]

crime in turks and caicos

Crime on the rise in Turks and Caicos

Another Sunday, another week gone by riddled with crime, from two broad daylight robberies of business establishments, to a bloody ATM shooting, to two stolen cars, to robbing a lone woman on Bible Street, (for Christ’s sake), to shooting a good Samaritan who was giving a ride to a hacker, to a man being shot […]