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When developers first presented plans to the public last year for a $70 million, 120-unit seaside resort and residential community on the Havers coastline, one of the main concerns voiced by ...

Nevis resort project allowed to proceed

Construction on the $20 million HTRIP Candy Resort Villa Development on Nevis is allowed to continue, as the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court slapped down a nearby homeowner’s claim that the Nevis...

Business Briefs (May 26, 2016)

Tobacco tax The Virgin Islands isn’t the only place where tobacco taxes will increase. The United States VI also announced this week that excise taxes on cigarettes, cigars and other tobacco...
Why would four adults drive, cycle and run around Tortola on a hot day wearing diapers? To show solidarity for children suffering from mental illness, staff from Intertrust BVI explained on Saturday ...

Island Happenings (May 26, 2016)

Today Music: The H. Lavity Stoutt Community College Jazz Band performs every Thursday at Bamboushay Lounge from 7 p.m. Call 494-0393.
Last weekend, the Royal BVI Yacht Club hosted the 15th annual BVI Dinghy Championships at Nanny Cay.

Team VI takes OECS Squash Championships

The Virgin Islands squash team recently returned home as winners of the OECS Squash Championships in St. Lucia on May 12-14.

Wendoll Williams Cup gets under way

On Sunday, the Wendoll Williams Cup got under way with a win for the defending champions Sugar Boys.