Yesterday, during the first House of Assembly sitting since Hurricane Irma, lawmakers passed a bill designed to allow the curfew to continue after the territory lifts its state of emergency.
The territory is now exactly one month into what history lessons will doubtlessly refer to as the “post-Irma” period of the Virgin Islands.
Almost all the United Kingdom’s military personnel deployed in the Virgin Islands plan to leave in the next few days, according to Governor Gus Jaspert.
Three Jost Van Dyke males were charged with drug offences Wednesday following a police operation in the Sea Cows Bay area the previous night, according to Police Information Officer Diane …
The first cohort of officers from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service to arrive here after Hurricane Irma left the territory this week.
BVI Finance Limited hopes to bring the Virgin Islands’ Supreme Court Commercial Division back by mid-December, according to a letter circulated by BVIF Interim Director Lorna Smith.
In the aftermath of damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, prominent officials and private sector players have floated various figures approximating the price tag of the Virgin Islands’ recovery, …
Payments to public officers that were due on Sept. 30 have been delayed to Oct. 9 because of “technical challenges,” government announced Monday on its Facebook page.
Initial calculations suggest about 22.5 percent of the Virgin Islands’ population was displaced after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, according to Premier Dr. Orlando Smith.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the bodies of two men that have been found since Hurricane Irma.
Police are asking for help locating Norbert Wheatley, who goes by “Fix It.”
The police Major Crime Team is continuing its investigations into the murder of Julio Pineda Ceasar, 43, of Greenland.
Residents can once again purchase commercial flights in and out of the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport, according to government officials and private operators.
Preliminary results of an ongoing needs assessment suggest that about half of the buildings in Huntums Ghut are uninhabitable after Hurricane Irma, Chief Planner Greg Adams said this week.
H. Lavity Stoutt Community College will resume on Oct. 23 for students enrolled in classes between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., the school announced Monday afternoon on …
Special measures are now in place to accommodate the entry of skilled workers to aid in relief activity, according to government.
Children between the ages of 3 and 5 can access daily learning sessions and meals from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at centres that will be set up around the territory, government …
Officers from the Environmental Health Division will be visiting communities, beginning with Carrot Bay, to assess the territory’s health status after Hurricane Irma.
Ferry service from Road Town to St. Thomas has resumed, and St. Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport is operating commercial flights.
The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has offered Virgin Islands high schoolers a chance to continue their studies in that country until the VI has recovered further from …
After Hurricane Irma devastated hundreds of buildings across the territory, the government is planning to review the Building Code with an eye toward making it stronger, Premier Dr. Orlando Smith …
Representatives from the Virgin Islands met with senior financial services professionals in London to update them on the territory’s progress toward returning to normalcy post-Hurricane Irma, according to government.
The National Health Insurance programme and the Social Security Board are now accepting contributions, they announced this week.
Police are trying to identify the body of a male that was recovered from a ghut below Treadfalls on Monday, Sept. 25, according to Police Information Officer Diane Drayton.
The 911 emergency number is currently down across the territory, according to Police Information Officer Diane Drayton.