RT road closed for work

A major road-widening project commenced over the weekend on the section of road known as the “Paul Wattley By-Pass,” according to Government Information Services.

Horses on track Sunday

The BVI Horse Owners’ Association will host five races at the Ellis Thomas Downs on Sunday.

South Africa meeting draws VI Methodists

Several Methodist women traveled from the Virgin Islands to South Africa this summer to attend the World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women’s 12th World Assembly.

Murderer to be sentenced for alleged lies to cops

A convicted murderer whose alleged lies to detectives resulted in criminal charges being brought against another man pleaded guilty Tuesday to furnishing false information to one in the public service.

Assizes opens with 30 cases

The several dozen potential jurors who attended the opening of the October Criminal Assizes Tuesday

Gov’t touts new disease strategy

Cancer, diabetes and heart disease are among the ailments that officials hope to tackle with a new national strategy to help prevent chronic non-communicable diseases.

New British citizens recognised

Six people received certificates of British citizenship during a Sunday ceremony at Government House.

4 candidates launch over the weekend

With just over a month left until the Nov. 7 elections, candidate campaign launches are coming frequently in the territory.

VI promoted in Europe

The International Finance Centre recently partnered with private sector leaders to promote the Virgin Islands abroad.

Sports Briefs (Sept. 29, 2011)

Cycling BSAFE is offering a Learn to Ride clinic to children of all ages, on Saturday.

Delays plague cocaine case

A flurry of dramatic language flowed freely in Magistrates’ Court Tuesday

UK seeks input from OT residents

Got an idea of how to improve the relationship between the Virgin Islands and the British government? Now’s your chance.