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Wheatley's Construction Contracted To Repair Anegada Community Centre
Lawrence Wheatley Construction was awarded the contract to repair the Emile E. Dunlop Community Centre on Anegada which serves as a primary emergency shelter for residents on the island.
Local company awarded contract to repair Emile E. Dunlop Community Centre
A local company, Lawrence Wheatley Construction has been awarded the contract to repair the Emile E. Dunlop Community Centre on Anegada in the Virgin Islands (VI) which serves as a primary emergency shelter for residents on the island in...
CoI has racist colonial undertones with UK interrogating VI- caller tells Premier
Virgin Islands (VI) Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1) has maintained that the United Kingdom-sponsored Virgin Islands (VI) Commission of Inquiry, once transparent and leads to a just outcome, may aid in the territ...
COI: Fahie gov’t split 60% of all major contracts into smaller ones
Head of the Commission of Inquiry, Sir Gary Hickinbottom has disclosed findings that up to 60 percent of all major government contracts have been split into smaller contracts under the present administration.
‘Abusive’ | Premier details former governor’s alleged animus
Premier Andrew Fahie has offered details of what he described as the abusive relationship between himself and former governor, Augustus Jaspert.
Get Ahead Of 'Go Green' Business Opportunities
Residents are being urged to put on their entrepreneur hat and get ahead of the business opportunities associated with the government’s go green initiative.
‘Saintly’ Jaspert claims he called CoI as a last resort
Constantly stating that he was always very respectful to the elected government even when they were allegedly not so much towards him and that he always acted in the best interest of the people of the Virgin Islands and within the consti...
Gov’t giving residency to former felon wasn’t a ‘cut and dry decision’
An unnamed person who had a criminal record was granted Residency status this year against the advice of the Immigration Board who had rejected the application.
Which Country Hasn’t Made Missteps?
Premier and Finance Minister Hon. Andrew Fahie said the people of the BVI must decide how they want to see the BVI in the next twenty years as it relates to Constitutional Review.
Statement by Premier Fahie on death of Sir David Amess MP
Statement by Premier Honourable Andrew A. Fahie on death of UK Parlaimentarian Sir David Amess
CoI: Governor Rankin wants legal representation to face Sir Geoffrey questioning
United Kingdom-appointed Governor John J. Rankin CMG has said he wants legal representation when he comes under questioning from Sir Charles Geoffrey Cox, QC, MP, the Attorney representing the Premier and Ministers of Cabinet in the Virg...
Governor Rankin open to having Premier chair Cabinet, COI hears
Unlike what was seen with his immediate predecessor, Governor John Rankin has now said he is open to having Premier Andrew Fahie chair Cabinet in his absence.
COI should not be an impediment - Premier
Premier Andrew Fahie has contended that the ongoing Commission of Inquiry (COI) should not be viewed as an impediment to the people of the BVI.
’Judge the BVI against its accusers’
Premier highlights UK waste, nepotism and mismanagement with COVID-19 contracts
Premier not seeking to justify corruption - Sir Geoffrey
Premier Andrew Fahie was in no way seeking to justify corruption when he appeared before the Commission of Inquiry (COI) recently, Sir Geoffrey Cox, QC of Withers LLP has argued.
No obligation to include ministry’s ‘verbose’ comments in audit reports
Auditor General (AG), Sonia Webster, has suggested that her office is under no obligation to include feedback from relevant government ministries or departments when issuing her audit reports.
CoI shifted focus from corruption to VI’s ability to self-govern- Dr Wheatley tells UN
Deputy Premier and Minister for Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture, Dr the Hon Natalio D. Wheatley (R7) has warned against any neo-colonialist outcomes after the conclusion UK-sponsored Virgin Islands Commission of Inquiry...
CoI: UK dirty but using 'sledgehammer to kill a fly’ in OTs- Robert C. Hall
Former Speaker of the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) House of Assembly, Mr Robert C. Hall has called out the double standards of the UK for not "cleaning their house,” yet going to extremes measures to sort house UK Overseas Territories ...
VI celebrates holiday name change: Heroes & Foreparents Day
Today, Monday October 18, 2021, is a public holiday in the Virgin Islands, however, the holiday now carries a new name replacing St. Ursula’s Day
Newly renovated RT Fire Station will vastly improve station's operation- Premier
Firefighters based at the Road Town Fire station have been charged to go above and beyond, following the completion of the new facilities at the headquarters on Tortola.
VG’s Iconic 'Saba Rock Resort' reopens
Saba Rock, an iconic resort and hotel situated off the coast of North Sound, Virgin Gorda in the Virgin Islands (VI), has relaunched in grand style in a re-opening ceremony held yesterday, Friday, October 15, 2021.
No government could survive this COI and its terms, according to the amateur Premier
The man who has allowed the destruction of BVI, Premier Andrew Fahie, said he does not believe any government could be subjected to the rigorous scrutiny that comes with the ongoing Commission of Inquiry (COI) and remain intact. Fahie fa...
BVI commission of inquiry a high tech lynching
Earlier Monday and Tuesday, Premier Andrew Fahie will make his third appearance before Commissioner Gary Hickinbottom. The Commissioner will quiz the premier about his government’s approach to awarding contracts. Premier Fahie administra...
Sir Gary and Politics
The Commission of Inquiry (COI) was commissioned on January 19 to look into whether corruption, abuse of office, or other serious dishonesty may have taken place amongst the public, elected, and statutory officials in recent years. Follo...
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