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After an initial consultation and a good deal of feedback from architects and engineers in the territory, the Virgin Islands may soon get its first laws to regulate architects and engineers.

Business Briefs (Sept. 11, 2014)

IFC awarded A monthly corporate finance magazine has recognised the Virgin Islands for its “innovations” in financial services products, according to Government Information Services.

Delaware asked to support corporate transparency bill

Thirty-one Delaware state senators and representatives have written to the state’s congressional delegation asking for them to support a law that would require American corporations to surrender...
As a little boy, Brent Hoyte was fascinated with how music was made. In form three, his music teachers introduced him to music production. It stayed with him.

Island Happenings (Sept. 11, 2014)

Today Samples: Village Cay will offer samples of new items on its menu from 5:30-8 p.m. Call 494-2771.
On Saturday, Purple Dragon Academy of Don Jitsu Ryu held a grading session on Virgin Gorda for the first time in the programme’s history.

VI athletes return from Youth Olympic Games in China

On August 28, the second Youth Olympic Games came to a close with a ceremony in Nanjing, China.

Sports Briefs (Sept. 11, 2014)

Bowling Forty-one bowlers from St. Croix, St. Thomas and the Virgin Islands competed in the annual Pre-Labor Day Bowling Tournament on St. Croix on Aug. 30.