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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.
Cultures that tolerate crime
Now, once upon a time this Believer went to Church and heard a sermon. The preacher stated that when it came to tithes and offerings all money was ‘’good.’’
HMS Medway arrives in VI for 4-day visit & demonstration
UK offshore patrol vessel, the HMS Medway has arrived in the Virgin Islands (VI) reportedly for a 4-day visit, during which the ship will demonstrate its Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief capabilities of its military passangers.
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...
'The Judge' William I. Rhymer passes away @ age 104
Tortola resident and former sailor, Mr William I. Rhymer aka 'The Judge' who held the title of being the oldest living person in the Virgin Islands (VI) has died at age 104 in the early hours of this morning, Saturday, October 23, 2021.
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...
VI’s Janice M. Pereira hailed by CCJ as Pioneering Caribbean Woman Jurist
Daughter of the [British] Virgin Islands soil the Honourable Dame Janice M. Pereira, DBE, LL.D, Chief Justice, has been recognised by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Academy for Law as a Pioneering Caribbean Woman Jurist.
Deputy Governor David D. Archer Jr to act as Governor
Deputy Governor, Mr David D. Archer, Jr will act in the Office of Governor from October 24, 2021 to November 1, 2021, in the absence of His Excellency the Governor, Mr John J. Rankin, CMG who will be out of the Territory.
Labour’s promised online payment system coming ‘early next year’
The Ministry of Labour & Immigration is looking to put systems in place to establish and have its promised online payment system operational in a few short months.
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.
Sea Turtle Conservation Team Takes Awareness To Anegada
The Sustaining Turtles, Environment, Economies, and Livelihoods (STEEL) Project team recently visited Anegada to educate stakeholders and students about the project and importance of sea turtles in the Virgin Islands.
‘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...
BVIEC celebrates 10 years of E-Commerce
This month, October 2021, the British Virgin Islands Electricity Corporation (BVIEC) is celebrating ten years of providing e-commerce services to customers in the Virgin Islands and throughout the world.
Gov’t looking into vaccine travel cards for AstraZeneca jabs- Hon Malone
Minister for Health and Social Development, Hon Carvin Malone (AL) has revealed that the Virgin Islands (VI) government is working on providing international vaccination cards for the Oxford-AstraZeneca jabs being offered in the VI.
Man found with cocaine outside home granted $80K bail
An employee of the Government of the Virgin Islands, who was allegedly found with $19 million worth of cocaine outside his home, has been dragged before the Magistrate's Court.
Two Active COVID-19 Cases With No Hospitalisation
Active COVID-19 cases in the BVI are now down to two with no hospitalisation. The recent figure was released this evening, October 20.
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.
Choose Kindness! Anti-Bullying Campaign Brings Awareness
Residents are being urged to be kind and help the government and other agencies in their fight to combat all forms of bullying.
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...
Wheatley calls for kindness
Minister of Education, Culture, & Youth Affairs, Dr Natalio Wheatley is asking for more displays of kindness in the territory as a strategy to combat bullying in schools.
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.
’Judge the BVI against its accusers’
Premier highlights UK waste, nepotism and mismanagement with COVID-19 contracts
American actress defends man who damaged Columbus statue in Bahamas
When a man in the Bahamas took a sledgehammer and damaged a statue of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus on October 9, 2021, many took to social media to condemn the act; however, the man, who was subsequently arrested and threatened ...
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