Finance and Business
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Word around social media, the Opposition Virgin Islands Party (VIP), talk show hosts and civil society is that the ruling National Democratic Party’s (NDP) raiding of the public treasury to win the 2015 snap elections is still coming home to roost.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – “We ushered in Christmas with Christmas on Main Street. Back then you felt the Christmas spirit, Christmas in DeCastro Street killed that vibe and making it like the rest of the world; for commercial purposes,” said a vendor at Christmas in DeCastro Street on Saturday December 3, 2016.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Close to 12 years after he walked through the doors of telecommunications company Digicel, Mr Kevin R. Gordon now heads Digicel BVI Limited.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- It was over four months ago, on July 31, 2016 that the state-owned $92,500 Cadillac Escalade purchased after the 2015 snap election for Premier Dr The Honourable D. Orlando Smith (AL) was involved in an accident.
NANNY CAY, Tortola, VI- The over US$30 Million expansion project at Nanny Cay Hotel and Marina, one of Tortola’s premier facilities and boat yard, is continuing.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola - Digicel celebrated its eighth anniversary with the Territory’s most awaited Black Friday sale.The flagship store in Road Town opened at 6:00 A.M. on Friday November 25, 2016 to cater to customers lined up overnight to take advantage of Digicel’s 97% off doorbuster deals.
Alred C. Frett
Do you really believe a Slave Master would risk his life to save a Slave?
Some who call themselves Leaders encourage us to accept what is clearly wrong; preaching the doctrine of going along to get along when in fact this is the same tactic used by Slave Masters to convince Slave Mothers to convince their Children – especially Sons – to become Good Slaves… This love for Propaganda cultivates Ignorance, promotes Self-hate and simply prolongs our misery.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Tax structure is something local preacher and businessman Bishop John I. Cline says the BVI Chambers of Commerce and Hotel Association (BVICCHA) should be looking into, especially as it relates to protecting and building locals in business.