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Freudian slip? "A Harris administration together with Joe Biden..."
The U.S. election is in fact Putin’s favorite candidate vs. Xi’s favorite candidate.
Bernie Sanders on MSNBC: Joe Biden must give people a reason to vote FOR him, not just against Trump.
Vatican and China prepare to renew historic deal, angering US
Pope Francis has reportedly approved a two-year renewal of the deal on the appointment of bishops vetted by the Vatican.
Wells Fargo CEO, “the unfortunate reality is that there is a very limited pool of black talent to recruit from”
"While it might sound like an excuse, the unfortunate reality is that there is a very limited pool of black talent to recruit from," Scharf said in the memo.
Tel Aviv set to become first city with electric roads that charge public transportation
The city of Tel Aviv is working on creating wireless electric roads to charge and power public transportation in the city.
Training & Technology Among Plans As BVI Readies For Tourists
Director of the BVI Tourist Board (BVITB) Clive McCoy said as the authorities’ ready the British Virgin Islands for reopening on December 1, members of the public will not be le...
$869K In Purchases Made From Vanterpool's Onemart By Gov't
Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon. Andrew Fahie is moving to the House of Assembly with a Motion to prevent Hon. Mark Vanterpool, the Fourth District Representative from vaca...
BVI Reopens For Tourists December 1
The British Virgin Islands will reopen to visitors and other external travellers on December 1, 2020.
Reservations Linger Over Public Registers! Premier Says Kidnappers Could Access Info
The Virgin Islands continues to express reservations over the push by the United Kingdom (UK) to have the Overseas Territories (OTs) implement public registers of beneficial own...
$1M Income Support Programme Coming
The Government has admitted that there are gaps in the economic stimulus package and is preparing to roll out a new income support programme.
'We have 2 full months to prepare & we must get it right!'
With the date for reopening the Territory’s borders to international travellers now slated for December 1, 2020, Premier and Minister responsible for Tourism, Honourable Andrew ...
COVID-19 teaches us to look, listen & learn or lose
Learning is unlimited, Trusting Enemies is bad & Money does not circulate: Many would prod us into being quiet and depending on Prayers and Miracles for our rescue – Maybe they ...
COVID-19 signalled need for a more innovative VI
Junior Minister for Tourism, Hon Sharie B. de Castro (AL) says the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on the Territory have highlighted the need for more innovation in the Virgin...
Sir Hilary’s call for reparatory justice ‘deeply resonated with me’
The call by Chairman of the CARICOM Reparations Commission (CRC), Sir Hilary M. Beckles, for reparatory justice from the European powers to help place the Caribbean on a stable ...
Flow moving VG operations strictly online
Telecommunications company Flow has announced that all their operations on Virgin Gorda will move online as of October 31.
Illegal dumping will hurt tourism
Ahead of the December 1 reopening of the local tourism industry, Junior Minister for Tourism Sharie DeCastro is urging residents to stop the illegal dumping of garbage as it can...
BVI to be made a no-anchoring jurisdiction
Minister for Natural Resources, Vincent Wheatley has said there are plans to make the British Virgin Islands a no-anchoring jurisdiction.
BVI enjoys big recovery rate over last few days
Though the British Virgin Islands has seen a couple of new cases of the coronavirus in the last four days, the territory’s recovery rate has considerably spiked over that period...
2 of Vanterpool’s companies doing business with gov’t for over $860K
Premier Andrew Fahie will today ask the House of Assembly to exempt Fourth District Representative Mark Vanterpool from vacating his seat as an elected member.
Preparation needed! Tech being used to manage COVID spread when tourism reopens
Premier Andrew Fahie has said the December 1 date to reopen the British Virgin Islands to tourism is to allow the territory sufficient time to have all the necessary systems in ...
Jamal Smith appointed chairman of Labour Tribunal
Local attorney Jamal Smith has been appointed the new chairman of the Labour Arbitration Tribunal in the British Virgin Islands.
Premier commits to ‘public registers’ despite reservations
After months of silence regarding the government’s stance on public registers of beneficial ownership, Premier Andrew Fahie has formally announced his commitment to working towa...
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