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In the three months since a committee was formed to examine the territory’s minimum wage, committee members have been seeking input on whether the wage should be raised, and by how much, said ...

Bank to research poverty in region

The Caribbean Development Bank plans to spend more than $7 million to help measure poverty in the region in the hopes of using better data to make better decisions on reduction efforts, the bank...

Teachers trained in financial services

For more than 20 Virgin Islands secondary school teachers, the workweek began Monday morning in students’ chairs ready to star a weeklong training on financial services.
When Grammy Award-winning drummer Dion Parson was growing up on St. Thomas, there were few musical workshops to attend, but he watched musicians perform live whenever he got the chance.

Island Happenings (March 26, 2015)

Today Softball: The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force will host softball matches today at the Roger Hodge Field in Sea Cows Bay from 6 p.m. as part of Police Week.
On Saturday, the Dive BVI 5k series wrapped up on Virgin Gorda with a colourful finish.

Erickson takes down 9-year-old hurdles record

For the ninth consecutive week, Virgin Islands athletes have set national records either at home or abroad.

Record falls again in Red Bull BVI X-Tri

On Saturday, the women’s course record fell during the off-road Red Bull BVI X-Tri at Smugglers Cove.