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Police have laid a charge of theft against a 57-year-old employee of Virgin Gorda Transport Limited, which operates Speedy’s. The accused is Tyrone Gallaway, a ...

Posted in Crime/Police | 8 Comments

Mental issue raised in assault...

Attorney-at-law Stephen Daniels has asked the Magistrate’s Court to dismiss an assault case against his two clients because a psychiatrist testified that the ...

Posted in Court | 2 Comments

Save Sam’s Sight – Public ...

Knowing that any serious illness can empty the strongest pockets around town, Julio ‘Sam’ Henry ensured that he had health insurance coverage. He however has ...

Posted in Finance/Business | 22 Comments

INSPIRE BVI: The boat captain ...

On a regular day, 20 year-old D’dron Griffin lives his life as a boat captain traversing the waters mainly surrounding Virgin Gorda. In his quiet times, his ...

Posted in Features | 8 Comments

Woman injured in Joe’s Hill ...

A traffic accident on Tuesday morning left a female driver with injuries and her vehicle several feet down a precipice along the Joe’s Hill Road on Tortola, ...

Posted in Accidents/Tragedy | 1 Comment

Willock celebrates as gov’t ...

Julian Willock is celebrating the government’s decision to discontinue a major case against him, claiming that the move is a victory for public servants. Willock, ...

Posted in Court | 25 Comments

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Amid renewed calls for the annual Easter festivities to be shifted from the Easter holidays, the BVI Festival and Fairs Committee Chairman, Marvin Blyden, has said ...

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Pictures from the parade!

As with other years, the Easter parade staged in Virgin Gorda on Monday afternoon proved to be a delightful spectacle for the hundreds who turned out to witness or ...

Posted in All News | 5 Comments

“I am not a sorry loser,” ...

Being dethroned doesn’t usually generate a good feeling, but it is always good when one can identify the reasons for one’s defeat in time for a grand come-back. ...

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ARREST BLOTTER: March 30 to Ap...

THEFT On 30-03-2014 at 1010hrs – Police arrested and charged Naje Smith, 19, of Manchester for Theft and Taking Conveyance. He was granted bail in the sum of ...

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Ivan Dawson to be greened

PRESS RELEASE: Green VI is co-ordinating with local sustainability leaders, the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Cane Garden Bay Community, parents and staff ...

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Mighty Ley-Ley wins calypso cl...

After 10 years of trying to win the Virgin Gorda calypso contest, ‘Mighty Ley-Ley’ on Sunday defeated seven competitors to earn the title. Among those he knocked ...

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BVI Rockers miss out on semi-f...

PRESS RELEASE: As the Saint Martin Football Association Under-13 Boys Tournament continued on Saturday at the Stade Alberic A. Richards, Saint Martin, the BVI ...

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PHOTOS: Virgin Gorda Festival ...

Virgin Gorda was abuzz with activities throughout Saturday into Sunday morning as thousands of people from all walks of life took part in the 2014 staging of the ...

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Don’t forget Jesus while cel...

While encouraging persons to remember that the reason for hosting the annual Virgin Gorda Easter Festival is to observe the sacrifices made for freedom, Culture ...

Posted in Culture/History | 9 Comments

UPDATE: Nelda Huggins wins bro...

FORT de FRANCE, Martinique - Sprinter Nelda Huggins won a Carifta Games medal for the fourth successive year and debutant Akeem Bradshaw leapt to a Triple Jump ...

Posted in Sports | 5 Comments

Learn from the hospital ‘pai...

Challenging the territory to learn its lessons from the hospital project which far overshot its budget and scheduled completion date, Opposition leader Ralph T. ...

Posted in Development | 8 Comments

VIP Elections: King or Kong!

OPINION: The most crucial decision facing the GRAND OLE PARTY in decades will be made on April 23, 2014. The critical task it presently faces is choosing the right ...

Posted in Commentary | 24 Comments

Persons urged to comply with l...

The Deputy Governor’s Office has issued a public reminder that persons can be prosecuted for breaching the Liquor Licences Act, which outlines specific time ...

Posted in Finance/Business | 5 Comments

BVI athletes in Martinique for...

The British Virgin Islands’ athletes are now in Martinique gearing up to make an indelible mark on the 43rd CARIFTA Games which features nearly 30 countries. ...

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