Representative of the Second Electoral District Melvin ‘Mitch’ Turnbull said residents in the territory are being underused, and has called for Government to include them during efforts to rebuild the British Virgin Islands. The Government lawmaker made the statement in […]
Archive for October, 2017
Residents are urged to be vigilant and avoid leptospirosis amid concerns in the region and prime conditions locally for its transmission. Medical Officer of Health Dr Ronald Georges said Puerto Rico has a number of suspected cases, and the neighbouring […]
By Davion Smith, BVI News Online Staff Prior to Hurricane Irma investors had expressed interest in developing horse-racing tracks in the British Virgin Islands and US Virgin Islands, and President of the BVI Horse Owners Association Patsy Lake said the […]
Persons hoping to salvage vehicles that were left in public spaces, after being thrashed by the hurricanes, now have until the end of the month to retrieve them. The Department of Waste Management said, after October 30, damaged vehicles located […]
Chief Executive Officer of Digicel Kevin Gordon has called on business operators to take a local school under their wings to help ease the burden on Government. He made the statement while he noted that his company plans to sponsor […]
RoadTown Wholesale, which operates RiteWay, has donated more than $50,000 worth of rebuilding supplies to the National Emergency Operations Centre. The supplies include 5,000 tarps, duct tapes, and ropes, said the Government Information Service.
Government officials from St Vincent and the Grenadines are visiting the territory to help with the replacement of passports, and to assist children of Vincentian parentage in relocating to that country to continue their education. Meetings to facilitate the aforementioned […]