ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- With the controversy and fall-out after the 2015 Festivals still fresh on the minds of many after overseas artistes were paid immediately after their performances last year (including upfront deposits to secure their services) while local artistes were discriminated against by having to wait until some seven months later to be paid, more information about the cost of festival has been unearthed.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- In honour of the 90th birthday of Head of the British Monarchy Queen Elizabeth II being observed today April 21, 2016, the Government of the Virgin Islands has released a number of commemorative postage stamps.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Emancipation Festival is still some months ahead, nevertheless, local bands have been busy working on their pieces, including for the highly anticipated Jouvert.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The Virgin Islands (British) and the United States Virgin Islands have enjoyed a long standing relationship based on the same culture, family ties, religion and the ability of freedom of movement.
Pig Farmer is the most formidable scamp in the Virgin Islands. His schemes are legendary. The man is extremely imaginative. He is also a colossal liar and conman. He is furthermore an unscrupulous wheeler dealer, with a string of victims that have fallen for his dishonest schemes. Paradoxically, Farmer is a coward without any shame whatsoever. He is the classic hypocrite, and a villain without equal.
SPANISH TOWN, Virgin Gorda, VI- A call that has been resonating with many on Virgin Gorda was sounded loud and clear by Virgin Gorda Easter Festival Honouree, Franka A. Pickering, who called for the VG Festival to be moved to Whit Weekend so as to stay clear of Holy Week.
VALLEY, Virgin Gorda, VI – The Lady Evelyn, captained by Representative for the Ninth District Dr The Honourable Hubert O’Neal, swept the 2016 edition of the Virgin Gorda Fisherman’s Jamboree by capturing the first, second and third prizes of the tournament.
WICKHAM’S CAY I, Tortola, VI- The traditional kite flying extravaganza hosted by the Guyanese Association of the BVI returned to Wickham’s Cay I on Easter Monday, March 28, 2016 after it was relocated last year to Duff’s Bottom due to the unavailability of the usual area owing to construction work on the Tortola Pier Park.