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Bail for alleged robber

The 19 year-old Sea Cow’s Bay resident who was accused of punching a man in the face before running away with his money was granted $2000 bail when he appeared in ...

Posted in Crime/Police | 9 Comments

Illegal immigrants fined, to b...

Three Puerto Ricans who entered the British Virgin Islands illegally were fined $1000 each in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, April 15. Moments later, ...

Posted in Court | 3 Comments

TR...

During the trial of Thomas Chapman, which got underway in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday (April 15), the complainant gave evidence that Chapman assaulted him at ...

Posted in Court | 14 Comments

New date wanted for Easter Fes...

The government of the British Virgin Islands, along with other persons, has been urged to examine the possibility of changing the usual dates for the Virgin Gorda ...

Posted in General | 7 Comments

Work to resume this month at R...

The government has announced that re-development works will on April 22 resume at the Red Bay Fisherman’s Dock on the eastern end of Tortola as part of efforts to ...

Posted in Development | 3 Comments

OVERSEAS: India recognises tra...

The Guardian - India’s top court has issued a landmark verdict creating a third gender category that allows transgendered people to identify themselves as such ...

Posted in General | 1 Comment

Issuance of license stickers c...

GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICE - In an effort to promote driver safety and to make sure all motorists are issued with a valid license sticker, customers whose ...

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Bible expo on Sunday, April 20

You are invited to join Evangelist Charles Yards and the members of the SDA Church BelleVue for The Truth For Today Bible Expo, starting Sunday April 20th at 7:00 ...

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Tortola and Anegada island-wid...

Calling all organisations, businesses, schools, churches, clubs and groups! The BVI Tourist Board will be hosting an Island-Wide Clean Up on Tortola and Anegada. The ...

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Six youths charged for setting...

Police said they have laid charges against the six teenagers who allegedly set a homeless man ablaze more than a month ago, adding that they are concerned about the ...

Posted in Crime/Police | 14 Comments

Disconnection schedule –...

The Water and Sewerage Department is informing its customers of the disconnection schedule for the month of April 2014. Customers are reminded that payment must be ...

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Water interruption – CAPOON...

The Water and Sewerage Department would like to advise its Customers in the Capoon’s Bay and Long Bay Beach areas, that their water supply will be temporarily ...

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Revised dates for safer Buildi...

The H. Lavity Stoutt Community College is announcing the revised dates for the advanced course in Safer Building. The course will now be held from 30 April – ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Fahie available for...

As internal elections draw nigh, First District representative Andrew Fahie has declared that he is willing to make himself available to become the next leader of ...

Posted in Politics | 41 Comments

QuickBooks Pro 2012 Level One ...

The H. Lavity Stoutt Community College proudly offers the QuickBooks Pro 2012: Level Two course from 29 April – 5 June 2014. The QuickBooks Pro 2012: Level Two ...

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Four hired by CCT; Walwyn grat...

Minister responsible for youth affairs Myron Walwyn has lauded CCT for employing four youngsters through the Youth Employment Service (YES) which he had created, ...

Posted in Telecommunications | 19 Comments

If outsiders can get land, our...

Noting that locals should also be given an opportunity to undertaken developments in their own country, Opposition Leader Ralph T. O’Neal has promised to ensure ...

Posted in Development | 18 Comments

Choose your wives carefully, a...

While encouraging young men in the territory to listen to their female companions keenly, evangelist and motivational speaker Henderson Tittle also cautioned them to ...

Posted in General | 20 Comments

Water disruption to affect Cap...

Residents of the Capoon’s Bay and Long Bay Beach areas of Tortola are being urged to brace for a temporary interruption in their water supply for just over two ...

Posted in General | 1 Comment

Henry shatters BVI records for...

PRESS RELEASE: Eldred Henry, a British Virgin Islands 2013 Carifta Games Discus Throw and Shot Put bronze medalist shattered the territory’s Discus mark and ...

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