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UPDATE: Set It Off are 2022 VG Summer Jam Champions!
After narrowly losing to Up to Da time, 72-74, in Game 4 Friday night, November 25, 2022, Set It Off have rebounded to take game 5 and with it the title of 2022 Summer Jam Champ...
UPDATE: Woman fatally struck by vehicle identified as Brenda Belle
The woman who was fatally struck by a vehicle in Port Purcell last evening, November 26, 200, has been identified as Brenda Belle.
Man who stole over $60K in liquor extradited to USVI from Georgia
A man who admitted to stealing boxes of liquor over several months at Plaza Extra East worth between $60,000 to $80,000 was extradited to St Croix, US Virgin Islands (USVI) on W...
13 Recommendations completed @ end of October 2022- CoI Implementation Unit
The Commission of Inquiry Implementation Unit has advised the public it has reported to the Governor and Premier on the status of work completed up to the end of October 2022.
Hundreds enjoy 2022 VI Culture & Food Fair
All roads led to Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park on Friday, November 25, 2022, for the Virgin Islands (VI) Culture and Food Fair, as many made it a lunch date.
One rescued, two missing from boating accident days ago
A man who was stranded at sea for days is said to be “serious but stable condition”, while two others are missing following a boating accident in or near BVI waters recently.
Pedestrian killed in vehicular crash on Tortola
The police have opened up an investigation into a vehicular crash that resulted in one fatality in Port Purcell on Saturday, November 26.
Legislators blast financial services sector for last-minute measures
Some legislators have called out leaders of the local financial services sector, urging them to ensure they give lawmakers adequate time to review important laws the sector want...
BVI observes 1949 Great March amid political turbulence
Amid turbulent times in local politics and tensions between local elected representatives and the United Kingdom, Virgin Islanders are today celebrating The 1949 Great March and...
Too many strip clubs! Christian Council scolded over liquor license
The BVI Christian Council (BVICC) has been rebuked for seemingly not doing all it could to help block government’s Liquor License Act that passed through the House of Assembly r...
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