When it comes to bringing visitors to the Virgin Islands, the offer of “sun, sand and sea” just doesn’t cut it anymore, according to tourism officials.

Former colonies under scrutiny

The Dutch government will continue to supervise the public financial management of its “constituent countries” of St. Maarten and Curacao, the country’s prime minister said.

Business Briefs (Oct. 2, 2014)

Appointments Governor John Duncan, Cabinet, and Health and Social Development Minister Ronnie Skelton have issued a series of appointments to the Teaching Service Commission, the Nurses and Midwives...
Ten years ago, when Joe Faragher-Kneipp was playing squash professionally in Amsterdam, he wanted to go to Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. Although he never got the opportunity, he did attend ...

Island Happenings (Oct. 2, 2014)

Today Youth forum: The Rotary Club of Tortola hosts the Epic Youth Forum on Peace and Conflict Resolution, featuring speaker Rashad Jones of Epic Youth Services, today from 8:30 a.m. at the...
On Saturday, the second race in the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College two-mile series on Virgin Gorda got under way at the Spanish Town campus with more than 80 participants.

Sports Briefs (Oct. 2, 2014)

Running/Walking The CERES Juices 10k series.

Makos swimmers start season in STT

Five swimmers from the Makos Swim Club started the season on a high note last weekend at the St. Thomas Swimming Association’s September Kick Off meet.