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Persons injured as vehicle topples in SCB
Persons have been rushed to Dr D. Orlando Smith Hospital following an accident in Sea Cows Bay, Tortola around 8:30am this morning, March 31, 2021.
It is unclear at this time exactly what led to the accident; however, persons were reportedly trapped in the vehicle and had to be taken out by Fire and Rescue Services officers.
The mishap took place on a steep road adjacent to the BVI Seventh Day Adventist School.
Police are on the scene conducting investigations.
BVI get licensed radio operator and examiner
The Territory’s emergency communications capabilities have been strengthened by the addition of two licenced amateur radio operators, including one who has achieved the rank of ...
9,079 first doses of Astrazeneca vaccine administered safely in the BVI
The British Virgin Islands is reporting that 9,079 first doses of the AstraZeneca Vaccine were safely administered as COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue.
Launch of FA's academy coaches course
The first session of the FA’s Academy Coaches Course took place on Friday 16th April via Zoom with 25 participants representing Member clubs as well as the Men’s National team.
BVI government signs agreement to promote academic relations
In a Government Information Services release, The Government of the Virgin Islands has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote cooperation and positive academic re...
BVI public invited to comment on proposed waste management strategy
Residents of the Virgin Islands are invited to submit comments on the proposed Waste Management Strategy.
Police seek information into armed robbery
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the perpetrators into a Friday evening armed robbery outside Dave’s Beauty Supply in Baughers Bay.
CIBC Firstcaribbean donates to relief efforts in ST. Vincent and the Grenadines
As the region rallies to assist the thousands of people in St. Vincent and the Grenadines displaced by the eruption of the La Soufriere Volcano, CIBC FirstCaribbean has sent a s...
No local job access for VI's ‘Work-in-Paradise’ visitors - Premier Fahie
First announced in November 2020 as a means to capitalise on economic opportunities in this COVID-19 era, Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1) has announced...
'Drag racing stadium' could be built @ Beef Island- Premier
The Government of the Virgin Islands is advancing talks for the ‘Hung Land’ at Beef Island to expand the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport and perhaps add a drag racing...
Local doctor Rawle R. Hannibal passes
Radiologist, former political candidate and son of the Virgin Islands soil, Dr Rawle R. Hannibal RT, RDMS, MPH, PhD aka 'Lolly' has died.
Higher risk of blood clots from COVID-19 than AstraZeneca vaccine– Dr Pickering
Medical doctor and former Deputy Premier in the Virgin Islands, Dr Kedrick D. Pickering has once again urged the Virgin Islands (VI) to get vaccinated, declaring that the incide...
HoA resumes after Members test negative for COVID-19 virus
Members of the House of Assembly (HoA) of the Virgin Islands (VI) have been tested negative for the COVID–19 virus after attending a funeral in March 2021.
Yo Mama Kitchen among string of businesses hit by burglars
Some three businesses on Wickham’s Cay 1, Tortola, were reportedly broken into last night, April 18, 2021.
Paraquita Bay shooting victim dies
The woman who was listed as critical after she was shot during a robbery at a residence in Paraquita Bay, Tortola, last night, April 18, 2021, has died.
Mark Collins takes up Police Commissioner post
Mr Mark Collins QPM formally took up the post of Commissioner of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) on April 19, 2021, following a brief swearing-in ceremony at Gover...
The fight continues! Coral disease found at 33 dive sites in BVI
Natural Resources Minister, Vincent Wheatley has said the Stoney Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) has been discovered at 33 dive sites across the territory.
Water demand expected to increase
The Ministry of Works & Utilities is expecting the demand for water to increase locally.
More businesses granting incentives to those who vaccinate
Premier Andrew Fahie said more businesses are deciding to grant incentives to the public as part of a government initiative to encourage more persons to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Hold banks accountable just like politicians
In the same way people vote against politicians who displease them, Premier Andrew Fahie said residents should take similar action against local banks that refuse to create favo...
Premier wants drag racing stadium on Beef Island if gov’t wins the land
A drag racing sporting facility could possibly be erected on Beef Island. Premier Andrew Fahie made that announcement during a public broadcast Friday evening, April 19.
DOGE Briefly Passes XRP as 4th Largest Cryptocurrency Ahead of ‘Dogeday’
There seems to be no stopping the DOGE run, which rose to a new record high around $0.43 early Monday, extending the previous week’s 340% rally, according to data source Messari.
5 garden style tips you can use to get your outdoors ready for a weekend get together
There’s never been a better time to think of your garden as the place to get together with friends. Here are a few quick fixes to head into the weekend with the garden set-up of...
24 Oscar Couples Who Ruled the Red Carpet
These Hollywood duos served style moments that were twice as nice.
Union Files Claims Against Amazon Alleging 23 Meddling Practices Swayed Bessemer Vote
In the poor, majority-black town of Bessemer, Alabama, the fight to unionize the area’s largest employer - an Amazon warehouse employing 6,000 people - has become part of the Mo...
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