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Trinidad and Tobago Scientists want to fly to the sun
Just a joke, take it easy brothers
New Rotary club makes mangrove restoration a mission
As part of their overall thrust of pursuing projects that offer protection and restoration of the environment, the newly formed Rotary Club of Central Tortola has embarked on a ...
Father of abused 4-year-old seeks help to get child to UK
The father of a four-year-old boy that was recently allegedly physically abused on Virgin Gorda is seeking the help of the Virgin Islands community to assist him with travelling...
Radio host goes berserk on Health Minister on live show
Tola Radio VI ‘Da Morning Braff’ radio host Floyd Burnett aka ‘HBH Da Don’ and 'Heritage' has labeled the Minister of Health as the ‘Minister of Death, telling Honourable Carvin...
CoI: UK unable to let go of colonial legacy as ‘rule setters’ - Daniel F. Davies
Silk Legal Attorney-at-Law, Mr Daniel F. Davies has called out the double standards of the United Kingdom (UK) government to execute a Commission of Inquiry into governance in t...
Prominent businessman Sinclair H. Flemming Sr aka ‘Sineto’ passes
Prominent Virgin Islands businessman Sinclair H. Flemming Sr aka ‘Sineto’ has died.
Fahie condemns bogus euro-news article targeting BVI’s reputation
Premier Andrew Fahie has debunked reports published by what is believed to be a fictitious European news agency claiming that his government developed a dubious cryptocurrency p...
Public consultation on controversial Police Act postponed
The government postponed its planned consultations with the public on the controversial Police Act of 2019 that was scheduled to be hosted last evening May 10.
Local company signs $299K contract to repair EE/LL Community Centre
Like many other buildings in the BVI, the East End/Long Look Community Centre received extensive damage following the devastating hurricanes Irma and Maria which struck in 2017.
Increased reports of leaked private photos and videos - RVIPF
The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) has disclosed that there has been an increase in reports received of the circulation of intimate photos or videos, particularly amo...
Several job ads for educators raise questions about teacher shortage
With nearly two dozen vacancies for educators being advertised in recent weeks, questions are being raised on whether the British Virgin Islands is experiencing a shortage of te...
In Celebration of Mother’s Day: The Best Street Style Moments of Moms Gigi and Yolanda Hadid
The two moms are a major source of fashion inspiration.
PayPal Wants to Be a Lot More Than an Online Checkout Button
PayPal aims to be world’s next super app, akin to China’s Alipay and Tencent. ‘I think we have a chance,’ CEO Dan Schulman says in interview. PayPal is 20 years older but 90% sm...
UK: Loan sharks target new victims via WhatsApp and Facebook
Local WhatsApp groups have been one of the silver linings of the pandemic, creating community ties and support networks. Yet loan sharks are increasingly using these groups to e...
Balkan Migrant-Smuggling Business ‘Worth €50m a Year’
The migrant-smuggling business in Western Balkan countries is worth at least 50 million euros a year, the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime NGO said in a r...
Hackers Find Easy Prey as U.S. Ignores One Warning After Another
The ransomware attack that shut down the nation’s biggest fuel pipeline prompted an all-too familiar question in the corridors of power in Washington and boardrooms across the c...
What colors go with blue? 7 beautiful blue color palettes for every room
From blush pink to vibrant orange, here's how to create the perfect blue color scheme whatever your style
Crypto currency profits act. The good reason and the real reason: New Zealand to crack down on unexplained assets
The Government will create new laws to target flashy gang leaders and violent criminals, in a crackdown on organised crime and firearm ownership.
Sex and Covid: What are the rules?
Casual sex is still off the cards in Wales and NI - but guidance is changing in England and Scotland.
The UK is losing the fight on money laundering, but we can still win - if we want
At the end of 2018, a softly spoken British executive matter-of-factly told the European Parliament how to clean tens of billions of dirty dollars. Howard Wilkinson’s voice shoo...
German priests defy Vatican ban and bless same-sex unions
The Catholic Church has lost touch with the "living reality" of LGBT+ people, said one of more than 100 German priests who are defying the Vatican this week by blessing same-sex...
Desperate tourist-reliant EU nations reopen their ‘Covid-free’ zones. But can enough holidaymakers actually reach them?
EU members are yet to make a joint decision on when to reopen for non-essential travel, but several tourist-dependent countries have already chosen to walk alone, having lost pa...
Michael Saylor warns investors about DOGE, says BTC is the crypto for ”wise ones”
Michael Saylor, co-founder, and CEO of the business analytics company MicroStrategy believes it is not wise to bequeath the trendy cryptocurrency Dogecoin to your grandchildren....
Mark Cuban: Business Application of ETH Could Blow Up the Price Even Bigger
Billionaire investor and business tycoon Mark Cuban is unveiling a game-changing catalyst that could catapult Ethereum to even greater heights.
US Authorizes Pfizer / BioNTech Anticovid Vaccine for Children 12-15 Years
Canada on Wednesday became the first country to authorize the use of the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine for this age segment.
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