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Inflation explained: What is it, what causes it and how do we deal with it now?
What is inflation, where does it come from and how to handle its fluctuation? Here’s everything you need to know about it.
One Florida community built to weather hurricanes endured Ian with barely a scratch
Like many others in Southwest Florida, Mark Wilkerson seemingly gambled his life by choosing to shelter at home rather than evacuate when Hurricane Ian crashed ashore last week ...
Some persons would ask 7 to 10 elected Reps for grants– Hon Penn
Unity Government Minister for Health and Social Development, Hon Marlon A. Penn (R8) has announced that with the transition of public assistance grants from District Representat...
Girls' Brigade donates supplies to Ebenezer Thomas Primary School
In a show of gratitude to the people who help to mould the young minds to take up their roles in society, the members of the 2nd Virgin Islands Company of the Girls' Brigade rec...
Liz Truss: From popular to unpopular in a month
What a difference a month makes.
Ex-judge opens COVID inquiry into UK handling of pandemic
A retired judge opened a public inquiry on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, into how Britain handled the coronavirus pandemic, saying bereaved families and those who suffered would be ...
Alexandrina Maduro Primary goes online after several students fall ill
The Alexandrina Maduro Primary School in Baughers has been ordered closed and learning switched to online after several students fell ill.
$97K contract inked to dismantle makeshift ESHS structure in Pasea
A contract valued nearly $100,000 has been issued to execute demolition works at the old CTL building where students of the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS) had previously been ...
UK wants COI reforms done before elections — Shaina Smith-Archer
Chairman of the BVI Chamber of Commerce and Hotel Association (BVICCHA) Shaina Smith-Archer has argued that the United Kingdom (UK) government wants the BVI to complete its Comm...
VIP government’s hostility towards UK was unwarranted — Walwyn
The Virgin Islands Party (VIP) government should not have adopted a hostile posture in its relationship with the United Kingdom after it entered office in 2019, former Education...
Several reform reviewers report difficulty accessing documents
Investigators appointed to review various areas of policy and governance under the recommended Commission of Inquiry (COI) reforms have reported difficulty accessing documents t...
Health concerns force closure Alexandrina Maduro Primary
The Ministry of Education has ordered the immediate closure of the Alexandrina Maduro Primary School until further notice.
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