Tourist injured when ferry strikes dinghy

A 65-year-old German woman visiting Jost Van Dyke received “severe leg injuries” after a dinghy in which she was riding collided with a ferry Tuesday evening, police said.

1st fish fry held at park

Fellowship, fun and fish. These three set the atmosphere at the Noel Lloyd Positive Action Movement Park on Friday during the BVI Fishing Complex’s Fish Roast, Grill and Fry.

Gov’t hosts apprentices

Students in the territory for the season are currently getting a taste of the working life through the Department of Human Resources’ annual Summer Apprenticeship Programme.

New citizens recognised

Thirty-eight people received certificates of naturalisation as British overseas territory citizens and five were registered as British citizens at a joint ceremony held yesterday at Government House.

Biwater ‘conditions precedent’ met

Seventeen months after government signed a water purchase agreement with a United Kingdom company to provide water and sewerage infrastructure

CTO holds media workshop here

Many reporters around the region need to be better equipped to do their job, according to Johnson Johnrose, communications officer for the Caribbean Tourism Organisation.

HOA to quick-pass two finance amendments

In a rare but not unheard of decision, legislators bypassed their usual multiple-sessions protocol to pass two amendments on the same day they were introduced today.

Youths to get outdoors

Students will be exploring their environment this summer as part of the Conservation and Fisheries Department’s annual Environmental Summer Programme.