The four-year-long dispute between Her Majesty’s Customs Department and Delta Petroleum came to a close on Monday, when the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council ruled that Customs was ...

Cuban authorities arrest reporters covering hurricane

At least six Cuban journalists were briefly detained by authorities in Baracoa, Cuba, for reporting on the effects of Hurricane Matthew in the area, according to the Miami Herald.

Business Briefs (Oct. 20, 2016)

Trade Mission Premier Dr. Orlando Smith has left the territory with other Virgin Islands government officials and financial services industry practitioners to participate in the two-week long 2016...

Island Happenings (October 20, 2016)

Today Party: Paradise Club Lounge and Restaurant will host an “All White Party” today from 5 p.m. Deejays Krusha, Galand and CJ will be behind the turntable. There will be free champagne from 5...
Social media sensation speaks to VI women

Social media sensation speaks to VI women

At a motivational session for women at Eileen L. Parsons Auditorium on Sunday, speakers ranging from entrepreneurs to former professional football players encouraged a group of about 50 ladies to...
For the third consecutive year, H. Lavity Stoutt Community College joined forces with the community to fight breast cancer with a walk/run on Virgin Gorda.

Women’s football league gets kicking

Despite wet and rainy weather, the BVI Football Association’s women’s league got under way at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds.