David Archer has been appointed as the new deputy governor.
Sir Simon McDonald, the permanent under secretary and head of diplomatic service at the United Kingdom’s Foreign Commonwealth Office, is visiting the Virgin Islands from Thursday through Saturday.
The Virgin Gorda Easter Festival will be held from March 31 to April 2, Education and Culture Minister Myron Walwyn announced this week.
With the beginning of the official 2018 Atlantic hurricane season less than four months away, government officials plan to focus their recovery energy on preparing for another potential catastrophe, according …
Two men were killed early Saturday morning after being gunned down near the BVI Red Cross building in Road Town, police confirmed.
The Immigration Department has discontinued its practice of inspecting the homes of people seeking work permit renewals or job changes, according to Premier Dr. Orlando Smith.
On social media and in interviews with local press outlets, Social Security Board officials have kicked off 2018 by reminding residents to check the status of their social security payments …
A man died on Wednesday afternoon after a traffic collision on Jost Van Dyke, Police Information Officer Diane Drayton confirmed.
On Friday, Deron Walters was sentenced to almost five years in prison after allegedly being found with 14 blocks of cocaine — which had an estimated street value of $1.5 …
Vicardo “Scar” Farrell was given seven years in prison for firearm and ammunition offences on Friday — and he still faces a separate murder charge before High Court.
In late 2015, lawmakers passed the Legal Profession Act, which revamped the rules governing the territory’s legal practitioners.
About 300 rooms and 800 berths at sea are currently in use by tourists and other visitors, Premier Dr. Orlando Smith said Thursday, citing a report by the BVI Tourist …
It’s 10 a.m. on Tuesday, and four current and former Elmore Stoutt High School students are gathered around a collection of laptops and microphones, ready for a regular morning broadcast.
In the absence of any law that allows leniency after a hurricane, police are warning that motorists without a licence and insurance will be prosecuted.
Virgin Islands residents will likely be subject to yet another curfew, this one lasting until mid-December.