When Cable & Wireless rebranded in 2008 to reflect a company that offers more than just traditional telephone service, it chose the abbreviation LIME — landline, Internet, mobile and ...

Admin building gets dress code, ID policy

Visitors and staff at the Central Administration Building are being asked to present official identification at the door and to dress in business or business casual attire under a pair of new...

Business Briefs (Aug. 21, 2014)

Cybercrime law Before former Governor Boyd McCleary left the territory, he assented to a bill that strengthens penalties against computer crimes and possession of child pornography.
Ever since Ingah and Andreal Smith of Carrot Bay got married 61 years ago, they’ve made it a habit to have lunch on their balcony each day.


Clifton “DJ” Lloyd deejays at various cultural events around the territory.

Island Happenings (Aug. 21, 2014)

Today Canopy tour: The Original Virgin Canopy Tour is open, offering zipline tours through the trees at special rates. Call 494-9239.
On Friday, the Pythons won the women’s softball championship after beating the Hawks, 19-9, by sweeping the series in four games.

BVIFA to celebrate 40 years

The BVI Football Association has announced plans to celebrate its 40th anniversary next month.

Sports Briefs (Aug. 21, 2014)

Volleyball The BVI Volleyball Association has announced that it will be hosting a FIVB Level I Coaches Course starting on Saturday and finishing on August 28.