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Beep boop beep: Your vaccination record has been verified by an implanted chip
Sweden-based Epicenter proudly presents an implanted chip that can "conveniently" hold your vaccination status "always accessible."
Bajans go to the polls today, January 19, 2022
Just two months after removing the British Queen as its sovereign by becoming a Republic, Barbados is today, Wednesday, January 19, 2022, holding general elections called by Pri...
VI needs health care workers to ‘come back home’- Hon Carvin Malone
The Ministry of Health in the Virgin Islands has made a desperate call for persons to take up multiple job opportunities in the territory’s healthcare system and is also calling...
4.01 Magnitude Earthquake felt in VI; No tsunami threat reported
Information coming into Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) is that a Magnitude 4.01 earthquake that occurred around 6:36 pm today, January 19, 2022, was felt in the Virgin Island...
Jamaica to compete in 4-man bobsled @ Olympics for 1st time in over 20 years
Nearly 30 years after “Cool Runnings” became a feel-good hit movie, it’s time for a reboot.
Throne Speech: Long overdue Constitutional Review ‘moving forward this year’
Buried beneath a mountain of legislative plans for 2022, as revealed in the Speech from the Throne, the Virgin Islands' status on its long-overdue Constitution Review process wa...
COMMENTARY: The age of COVID and a more digitally-driven era
Much of humanity has not woken up to the reality of a more complex, much more interconnected, and digitally-driven era.
New Emergency Call Handling bill to be introduced to HOA
Residents can look forward to new legislation to tackle the problems faced when trying to call the territory’s primary emergency number — 911.
Financial services sector to get boost from several new legislations
The government has proposed several regulations in the upcoming year to improve one of the territory’s main economic pillars—the financial services sector.
It vexes me gov’t appoints foreigner as new airport MD - Skelton Cline
Political commentator and former government consultant Pastor Claude Skelton Cline has hit out against the reported hiring of a St Lucian as Managing Director of the BVI Airport...
Labour Department’s ‘locals first’ policy rightly delaying work permits
Minister for Immigration & Labour, Vincent Wheatley has defended the protracted period often taken by the Labour Department to process work permits.
Three-hour fire fight! Car, wooden structure destroyed in VG blaze
A wooden structure and a car parked outside were destroyed in a fire at Princess Quarters adjacent to Copper Mine Road on Virgin Gorda last night.
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