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BVI law enforcement agencies to receive marine training
In a Government Information Services release, it was announced that the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force and the marine section of the Joint Task Force are set to benefit from ...
Request for expressions of interest ELMORE STOUTT high school re-development consultancy services for technical design planning
The RDA now invites consultants to submit expressions of interest for the above-mentioned services in the British Virgin Islands.
The ISLANDERS FC and WOLUES FC proved inseparable
The Islanders FC and Wolues FC proved inseparable on Sunday 29th November as the top two sides in the National League drew 1-1 at the East End / Long Look venue on Tortola.
70th anniversary of the restoration of legislature remembered
On Friday, December 4, the House of Assembly will meet in honour of the 70th anniversary of the restoration of the legislature in the Virgin Islands.
BVI now on lowest covid-19 travel risk list by CDC
The British Virgin Islands is now on level 1, the lowest COVID-19 risk level on the United States Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Travel Health Notice.
Call Made For Joint Taskforce To Continue Post-COVID
Chief Immigration Officer Ian Penn said the Joint Agency Taskforce, made up of officers from the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force, the Her Majesty’s Customs and the Immigration...
Immigration Boss Denies Dept. Targeting Latino Women
Chief Immigration Officer, Mr. Ian Penn has denied claims that the Immigration Department is targeting Latino women while being lenient on construction workers in the British Vi...
St Kitts-Nevis writing-off LIAT $11M debt
The Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis has forgiven an $11 million debt owed by LIAT.
AA launching pre-flight COVID-19 testing for USVI
American Airlines is expanding its Caribbean pre-testing programme to the US Virgin Islands, Caribbean Journal has learned.
Bodybuilder Rene Campbell wants to change the view of what women should look like
Counterpointed by a number of striking tattoos, hers is a body defined by muscle. She is a mother of two who embodies power and strength.
UK approves Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for mass roll out
The UK has become the first western country to license a vaccine against COVID-19, allowing for mass immunisation with the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA vaccine (BNT162b2) to be...
HoA sitting scheduled for Friday, December 4, 2020
Just over a week after legislators were in the House of Assembly (HoA) doing the business of the people, they will return to the HoA for the Fourth Sitting of the Third Session ...
$100k bail for UK national accused of ‘Uttering Forged Documents’
A 58-year-old United Kingdom national was recently placed before the Magistrate’s Court, accused of Counterfeit Document and Uttering Forged Documents.
Is the VI (British) ready for Independence?
United Nations (UN) Charter XI defined Non-Self-Governing Territories (NSGT) as territories whose people have yet to attain a full measure of self-government.
BVI Athletics Association to host elections today
Five candidates will be contesting for three executive-level positions when the BVI Athletics Association general elections commence at the Althea Scatliffe Primary School today...
UK marine specialists to train local law enforcement officers next year
Six United Kingdom specialist marine police officers will be making their way to the territory early next year to join the ranks of the Royal Virgin Islands Force for two months...
US citizens plead guilty, fined $1K for entering BVI illegally
The four US citizens who were charged with illegal entry after their boat entered BVI waters illegally pleaded guilty when they appeared before the Magistrate Court on Tuesday, ...
Travellers could pay up to $1000 for breaching local COVID protocols
The government has outlined fines and fees travellers to the BVI will have to pay if they breach government’s COVID-19 protocols implemented for the local tourism industry.
Penn says pay increase coming for Immigration officers
Chief Immigration Officer Ian Penn has signalled that Immigration officers will be getting salary increases in the near future as the department gets ready to undergo reformation.
Dozens of visitors arriving! Plenty activity on first 2 days of reopening
Following the reopening of the territory’s borders to tourism on Monday, the scenes at the Terrance B Lettsome International Airport have been described as “very busy” with hund...
Message from Honourable Andrew A. Fahie Regarding the End of the Atlantic Hurricane Season
Good day and God’s blessings to the Virgin Islands.
Rihanna Rings In the Holidays as Ice Queen in Savage X's December Campaign
Whether you've been naughty or nice, everyone on Rihanna's list gets a special treat.
Message from his excellency the governor Augustus Jaspert Regarding the end of the atlantic hurricane season
Good day to one and all.
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