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Graeme Maccallum tipped a glass in his right hand Tuesday afternoon, and as his left hand pulled on the tap the Piraat started flowing.

Billing service closes after three years

Three years after its debut in the Virgin Islands, the billing service EasyPay VI will cease its operations tomorrow, the company announced Friday on its Facebook page, citing a lack of cooperation...

Citing reforms, IMF sees ‘miracle’ in Jamaica

The Jamaican government’s stewardship of the economy after receiving International Monetary Fund support in 2013 is nothing short of a “miracle,” an IMF official said.
His voice went up and down, he used some off-colour words, and he dished out very strong messages on the importance of good parenting, among other topics.

Islands Happenings (Oct. 30, 2014)

Today Drinks: Origin at Sir Olva Georges Plaza in Road Town serves sushi and offers frequent drink specials.
Fighting back against breast cancer

Fighting back against breast cancer

“One, two, three! Now the hips! Let’s go!” fitness instructor Lisa Adamson called out to a group of about 30 women at the Festival Village Grounds in Road Town on Monday. 
On Sunday, the BVI Football Association held several practise matches at the Virgin Gorda Recreation Grounds in an effort to better prepare the territory’s national teams for competitions abroad.

Knights, Bayside Blazers to face off in finals

On Sunday, the Bayside Blazers advanced to the finals of the Julian Fraser Save the Seed League after beating Da 3rd in the best of three series, while the Knights secured its place in the finals...

Sports Briefs (Oct. 30, 2014)

Softball On Oct. 19, Cherry Ghut beat Pleasant Valley, 3-2, during Softball Sundays in Sea Cows Bay.