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Nibbs charged for not declarin...

A Sea Cows Bay man is facing charges of failing to declare monies exceeding $10,000 and illegal entry after he was intercepted by police allegedly on a motor scooter ...

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Si...

The parents of six British Virgin Islands children are worried after regional carrier LIAT allegedly left the youngsters in the Dominican Republic on Thursday, ...

Posted in General | 11 Comments

Key principles violated in set...

In a report on the $6 million greenhouse project at Paraquita Bay on Tortola, the territory’s Auditor General (AG) said the previous Virgin Islands Party ...

Posted in Development | 9 Comments

“Anybody in my way will get ...

Making it clear that he is not afraid to ‘bulldoze’ anyone who stands in the way while he seeks to improve the lot of people across the territory, Education ...

Posted in Politics | 31 Comments

Fahie calls for ‘surgery’ ...

For helping mainly to negotiate a loan from CIBC First Caribbean for the government’s cruise pier development in Road Town, overseas firm PricewaterhouseCoopers ...

Posted in Finance/Business | 6 Comments

Many food outlets failed healt...

While some food establishments have ranked favourably on the Health Ministry’s inspection card, a number of them also failed miserably when it comes to maintaining ...

Posted in All News | 14 Comments

Six women get free trip to the...

The British Virgin Islands, through the television show hosted by American journalist Katie Couric, has surprised six women with an all-expense-paid trip to the ...

Posted in Tourism | 3 Comments

Long Look celebrates

As the territory places greater focus on its history during this year’s emancipation festivities, the Virgin Islands Festival and Fairs Committee has announced ...

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Digicel announces exclusive sp...

PRESS RELEASE, July 25 - Digicel today announced that it is the Exclusive Telecommunications Sponsor of the Road Town Festival Village, which is scheduled to kick ...

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“It is not the same VIP,” ...

Delores Christopher has tried to make a distinction between what she considers to be the Virgin Islands Party (VIP) that currently exists and that which existed when ...

Posted in Politics | 25 Comments

Father recalls being stabbed b...

Claiming that he had a near-death experience, a father has told the court that he was stabbed in the chest allegedly by her daughter’s boyfriend, Jonathan ...

Posted in Court | 3 Comments

“It is disgraceful” – Wa...

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC), which has accused some public servants of acting improperly in relation to the controversial cruise pier development, is itself ...

Posted in Development | 33 Comments

Suicidal to leave pier project...

It would have been suicidal for Works Minister Mark Vanterpool not to have been deeply involved in the multi-million dollar cruise pier development that recently ...

Posted in Development | 17 Comments

Stapleton admits to damaging c...

Tevorn Stapleton, who is already serving a one-year sentence in a burglary case, has pleaded guilty to damaging a slap switch box earlier this year while he was in ...

Posted in Court | 1 Comment

Outside bands earning the big ...

As the territory gears up for another festive season, a resident has decried what he said is the lack of support for local bands, compared to those from overseas. ...

Posted in Finance/Business | 7 Comments

ARREST BLOTTER: July 13 to 19

FAILING TO STOP AT THE SOUND OF A SIREN On 10-07-2014 at 0900hrs, Police arrested and charged Reid Abel, 55, of Belle Vue for Failing to stop at the sound of a ...

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“Have mercy upon me” – P...

Simeon Power who was found guilty of wounding an elderly man begged for ‘mercy’ in the Magistrate’s Court on Monday, and told Magistrate Tamia Richards that he ...

Posted in Court | 15 Comments

Man gets 11 years for child ra...

A 38 year-old Jamaican man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for raping a minor. He was also caught with pornographic materials of the victim. Raymond ...

Posted in Court | 7 Comments

Kaleb earns Ivan Dawson Memori...

Kaleb Dawson, a recent graduate of the Ivan Dawson Primary School, is the recipient of the Ivan Dawson Memorial Scholarship for 2014. The 12 year-old son of Keith ...

Posted in Youth/Education | 4 Comments

“We might have made some mis...

Government lawmaker Marlon Penn has claimed that aspects of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report on the cruise pier project are reflective of a personal and ...

Posted in Development | 23 Comments