ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Early September when workers of the Service Support and Delivery (SSD) Department of LIME BVI received word that they were going to be laid off, they were given the impression that by this month December 2013, they would have no longer been employed by LIME.
OES Dispatch from St. Martin – The implications of the ruling of September 23 by the Constitutional Tribunal of the Dominican Republic, stripping citizenship from the offspring of non-resident Haitians born in the Dominican Republic (DR), where nationality is conferred “jus soli,” by place of birth, are only beginning to be understood by the international community.
The once-powerful uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been executed after being purged for "acts of treachery", state media say.
An American ex-FBI agent believed to have been held in Iran for the last seven years was working for the CIA on an unapproved mission, the Associated Press news agency reports.
By Ron M. Henry
Moving back to the Virgin Islands five years ago after spending over a decade in New York, our Young Professional of the week, Coleen L. Simmons had one goal at the top of her list - opening an ice-cream parlour.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – One man has taken the bold liberty of using his democratic right of freedom of speech and a right to an opinion to boldly declare that the National Democratic Party (NDP) Government of the day has betrayed its electorates by not delivering as promised.
FISH BAY, Tortola, VI – Minister Henderson Tittle offered the BVI Technical and Vocational Institute’s Class of 2013 some new perspective and words of wisdom on December 10, 2013 when he encouraged them to "reframe" themselves.