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Southland Gaming Sued by USVI
The Government of the Virgin Islands is suing Southland Gaming for failure to pay as much as 20 million dollars in gross receipts taxes as well as for failure to pay their promised share of total gambling revenues. Southland is the company providing video gambling at the Parrott Cub at Wharfside Village in Cruz Bay, Larry’s Landing, Fred’s, Cap’s and at the Laundromat.

Swine Flu Reported in the Virgin Islands
The V.I. Department of Health (DOH) has indicated that there are two confirmed cases and one suspected case of the H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus in the territory.

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2 Responses to “US Virgin Islands Government Sues Gambling Operators for Millions”
  1. stjohnjulie says:

    The Southland mess made for some interesting Government TV yesterday. If they re-run that meeting, you should check it out. Confusion, Drama, Suspense, Conflict, Tempers…some real must see TV!

  2. Unibet says:

    Southland is the company providing video gambling at the Parrott Cub at Wharfside Village in Cruz Bay, Larry’s Landing, Fred’s, Cap’s and at the Laundromat.

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