Willock challenges investigation

An attorney argued last Thursday in High Court that a committee formed to investigate Julian Willock’s actions

Pot plants seized on VG

More than 2,000 cannabis plants were seized in two anti-drug operations on Virgin Gorda this month, Sergeant Selwyn Rock said yesterday.

Deejay charged with rape

Ian Thomas, the radio host and entertainer known as “DJ Commodore,” appeared in Magistrates’ Court

BVISR celebrates 40 years

Judy Petz, director of the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival, knew better than to try to rent a car for her visiting sister this weekend, but she tried anyway.

Jury acquits man accused of rape

Salehe Todman was acquitted in High Court Friday of all charges facing him in connection with an alleged attack and rape of his former lover on Dec. 22.

Students learn about social work

Social workers visited schools last week as part of outreach activities conducted by the Social Development Department.

Expo showcases VI jobs

On Saturday afternoon, Rhoda Joseph sat under a tent at the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, filling out job applications.

Boy dies after scooter accident

A 15-year-old boy from West End died this morning following a scooter accident on the Beef Island Public Road, police said.

Youths urge energy conservation

Some Virgin Islands youths are asking residents to turn off their non-essential lighting

Cline to contest District 2

Improving the Second District’s education, businesses, environment and infrastructure

Willock challenges gov’t investigation

A High Court judge has granted Julian Willock leave to challenge the legality of a government investigation of his actions — and today she is hearing his case in court.

Services planned for autistic residents

The government is taking steps to establish services for autistic residents, according to Government Information Services.