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"I have to say I'm surprised that there hasn't been a national conversation about the damage done to kids because of these school closures"
VG Stabbing: 16-year-old charged with manslaughter
One minor has been charged with Manslaughter in relation to the fatal stabbing incident in Virgin Gorda on December 3, 2022.
Virgin Islanders are 'experts' @ criticising– Claude O. Skelton-Cline
Talk show host Claude O. Skelton-Cline has called on persons in the Virgin Islands (VI) to stop criticising and instead celebrate accomplishments on the way forward for the Terr...
Tashi O'flaherty-Maduro appointed Registrar General
Following the untimely passing of Stephanie P. Benn on October 24, 2022, a new Registrar General has been appointed.
Prophet Fire returns to teach about interpreting dreams & fighting witchcraft
American clergyman Reverend Marlon D. Bolton aka Prophet Fire, who told the congregation at Power Plus Conference 2022 at New Life Baptist Church in October that one of his gift...
Athletes, coaches & medics benefit from Anti-Doping & Sports Nutrition Workshop
National Federations, athletes, coaches, medics and volunteers benefitted from the BVI Olympic Committee (BVIOC) free Anti-Doping and Sports Nutrition Workshop held in the Eilee...
Montserrat’s civil servants plan public protest for pay increase tomorrow
Public servants in Monserrat have been called to engage in a public demonstration in protest of the non-commitment of the government to approve a salary increase.
Sir Andy Roberts among 2 fmr West Indies cricketers honoured in VI
Two well-respected men in West Indies and Leeward Islands cricket, Sir Anderson Montgomery Everton Roberts [Andy] of Antigua and Mr Elquemedo Tonito Willett, MBE of Nevis, are t...
VI Gov’t, Caricom sign MoU for increased Border Security
The Government of the Virgin Islands (VI) led by Premier, Dr the Hon Natalio D. Wheatley (R7), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Caricom Implementation Agency fo...
What did previous governments do with the money? Premier asks
Premier Dr Natalio Wheatley has questioned how governments over the past 20 years have spent budget surpluses, suggesting that the territory’s infrastructure was neglected becau...
Constitutional review meetings are better without media
Chairman of the constitutional review Commission Lisa Penn-Lettsome has stated that her team has “diplomatically discouraged” media from covering the community meetings being he...
‘That sun has set’ — Skelton Cline on Fraser’s re-election prospect
Political commentator and clergyman Claude Skelton Cline has argued that there is an opportunity for a new leader to emerge in the Third District after the upcoming general elec...
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