Arbitration, a way of settling legal disputes outside of court, is a big business.

Caribbean officials accused in FIFA corruption probe

United States law enforcement agencies have arrested 14 sports marketing executives and leaders of the professional soccer association FIFA for allegedly engaging in corruption over a 23-year period...

Closer ties sought with Chinese city

The Virgin Islands government and the Chinese city of Shenzhen have signed agreements to cooperate further in tourism, financial services and other areas, officials said last week.
When Elmore Stoutt High School student Calden James walked into a conference room at U.P.’s Cineplex on Saturday, the other people in the room didn’t pay much attention. Then he began to sing.

Island Happenings (May 28, 2015)

Today Public Service Week: Government departments will host open houses today from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. There will also be an employee recognition ceremony at the Multi-purpose Sports Complex from 6 p.m.
Puerto Rican brothers Arthy and Alex Cruz have attended the Leverick Bay Poker Run so many times they’ve lost count.

Sports Briefs (May 28, 2015)

Football On Sunday, the BVI Football Association’s Women's Committee will host a “sign up and play” day for a 5 versus 5 World Cup League. Participants 13 years and older can register either...