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With a paintbrush in her small hand and her eyes focused on the piece of refurbished wood in front of her, 8-year-old Kaedia Hodge spent her Saturday afternoon helping her big brother with his ...

Gov’t creates FATCA reporting system

The Virgin Islands government has created an Internet-based reporting system to help the territory’s banks, trust companies and other financial institutions comply with their obligations under a...

St. Lucia begins testing geothermal energy potential

St. Lucia may soon be able to generate half of its energy needs through a geothermal plant officials would like to build on the Soufriere Hills volcano.
Akeem Stanley cried and Maya Brown beamed when they were announced the new Mister and Miss Fifth Form at the end of a pageant held Saturday at the Multi-purpose Sports Complex. 

Island Happenings (April 23, 2015)

Today Golf: Captain Mulligan’s offers miniature golf daily from 11 a.m. Kids under 12 play for $7 on weekdays and $8 on weekends. Ages 12 and up play for $8 on weekdays and $10 on weekends. Call...
The BVI National Rugby team won its second game of the North American Caribbean Rugby Association’s 15s tournament last weekend in St. Vincent.

Masters football club to host ‘Nations Cup’ tourney

The Old Madrid Football Club will host a nine-a-side football tournament starting on May 10 to June 21 at the Greenland Grounds.

Surfing tourney held at Josiahs

Last weekend, Island Surf and Sail hosted its annual Tortola Surf Classic tournament at Josiahs Bay.