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It’s the slow season for the Virgin Islands’ tourism industry. Cruise ships are few and far between, hotel occupancy rates are down, and many restaurants and bars are closed until business picks back ...

Business Briefs (Oct. 16, 2014)

TIEA enacted A tax information exchange agreement between the Virgin Islands and Japan took effect Friday, allowing for the signatories to more easily share information about their citizens’...

Bobby’s ordered to leave Nanny Cay

Bobby’s Market Place owner Elton Leonard was ordered by High Court Justice Nicola Byer to close his store at Nanny Cay and vacate the premises within 90 days, according to a written judgment...
The aroma of food from throughout the Caribbean filled the air as children played traditional Virgin Islands games Saturday at the Cane Garden Bay Baptist Church’s International Cultural Day.

Island Happenings (Oct. 16, 2014)

Today Regatta: The Moorings’ 33rd Interline Regatta formally opens with a welcome dinner tonight at The Moorings Village. Races and themed beach parties continue around the territory throughout...
Paul Oliver and Justine Bryson recently won their respective divisions at a junior tennis tournament in Puerto Rico.

Sports Briefs (Oct. 16, 2014)

Football The third annual Old Madrid Masters Invitational football tournament will be this weekend at the Greenland Grounds in East End. Teams from Anguilla, St. Croix, St. Maarten, Virgin Gorda and...

Young off to Haiti for Caribbean Football Union u-17 championship

Norval Young, a BVI Football Association referee who is a CONCACAF/FIFA accredited match official, has been named one of the officials for the last round of the under-17 CFU championship in Haiti on...