The BVI Ports Authority has not yet selected a contractor to build the West End Ferry Terminal,
A bit of Virgin Islands history came to the United Kingdom last month.
The Virgin Islands was among several European Union overseas territories represented at the “Islands and Adapting to Climate Change” workshop
If you’re not sure how to celebrate Earth Day, Conservation and Fisheries Department officials are inviting you to join them for a beach cleanup in Baughers Bay tomorrow.
Some adventures get the adrenaline flowing, but others are a little different.
A woman received several stab wounds, including one in the neck, at her Little Dix Hill area home at about 2 p.m. Monday, police said.
The Virgin Islands was hit shortly after midnight yesterday by an earthquake that measured 5.14 on the Richter scale, according to the Department of Disaster Management.
There are no longer “red lights flashing” regarding the territory’s finances, said Colin Roberts, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s director of the Overseas Territories Directorate, during a press conference today.
Five men were charged with burglary within the week ending Monday, police said.
The Social Development Department is inviting the public to a community meeting
The music that blared through loudspeakers at the Festival Village Grounds on Saturday night had dancehall, rap and even soca beats.
Meetings to discuss the government’s new health insurance policy resumed today at the Road Town Senior Citizen’s Centre.
George Tyson, for whom this year’s Virgin Gorda Festival Village is to be named,
The Social Development Department is currently observing Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month.
A man convicted of sex crimes against two young girls was sentenced to 11 years and three months in prison Friday.
Retirees from the public service will pay the same health insurance
The oldest case on the criminal Assizes list will have to wait a few more months.
When the National Democratic Party wrote to Governor Boyd McCleary
A recent house explosion has prompted the BVI Fire and Rescue Services Department
Cabinet has approved the establishment of a Taxi and Livery Commission to oversee the taxi industry
The Crown continued to present witnesses last week in the case against seven men accused of cocaine-smuggling crimes.
At least a dozen people had access to a letter from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to Premier Ralph O’Neal, and the letter “could have been leaked to a member …
The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival came to an end as fireworks lit up the sky above Nanny Cay Sunday evening.
From May 27-29 Cane Garden Bay will become the centre of entertainment in the Virgin Islands.
On March 4, 2010, the Conservation and Fisheries Department confirmed the first sighting of a lionfish in Virgin Islands waters.