LOOP Quick Six News Roundup
There is a new tourism player entering the game and it's bringing great wins for all others so far. In addition, bank charges and layoffs are shifting the sands in what looks to be the credit unions' favour. But don't take our word for it, check out today's headlines.
Oh, and the new kids on the turf are making their kicks count, as we roundup for October 30, 2018.
Banks losing customers to credit unions
Sandals and Beaches Resorts say, No private beach
BSA boys make history in BFA Premier League
Across the region
CDEMA Director: Act now or be washed away
No one wants a repeat of Hurricane Maria to ever occur.
Trump seeks to remove birthright citizenship
This breaches the US Constitution.
iPads, Macs get new screens as Apple pushes creativity
Apple also unveiled new Mac computers, including a MacBook Air laptop with a high-resolution screen.
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