A beer and a burger? No problem.

If you’re looking for a place to eat, drink or socialise on Tortola in the wake of Hurricane Irma, you may have more options than you think.

UK ship brings more aid, personnel

The Royal Navy ship HMS Ocean arrived in the territory on Friday, bringing more aid and personnel to assist in the hurricane relief effort.

Commercial flights still a question mark

Since Hurricane Irma struck the Virgin Islands on Sept. 6, more than 1,500 people have left the territory via private charter flights or evacuation efforts facilitated by their home country.

Looting suspects nabbed after Maria

Eight people were arrested on suspicion of looting on Wednesday after Hurricane Maria, Governor Gus Jaspert said.

BVIF: Territory still ‘open for business’

Hurricane Maria did not cause a major disruption to the territory’s financial services industry, according to BVI Finance, the private corporation the promotes the sector.

Police search for Ashburn Dawson’s killer

The National Security Council has approved a reward of $95,000 for substantial information about the murder of Ashburn Dawson, who was gunned down near the Sunday Morning Well this year.

STT greeter service on hold for now

The BVI Tourist Board’s St. Thomas meet-and-greet service is temporarily closed from Aug. 15, but it is scheduled to resume on Oct. 16, according to the BVITB.

New bill would enable weddings at sea

Tourists and residents may soon be able to marry on boats sailing in Virgin Islands waters, depending on the fate of a bill being reviewed by lawmakers.

New guv sworn in

The Virgin Islands has a new governor.

‘Bad land-use practices’ said to worsen flooding

Last week’s flooding caused destruction throughout the territory, including what appears to have been significant damage to the ongoing Brandywine Bay beach development project.