SETTING POINT, Anegada, VI - "We want something that would give everybody a fair bite of the pie and not some getting more than others because of where they are located." This is according to one restaurant owner on the sister island of Anegada who was not among the eight to participate in the inaugural Anegada Lobster Festival on November 30 and December 1, 2013.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Two public memorial services have been announced for the late prominent indigenous Virgin Islander and Educator Dr. Pearl Lanthe Varlack.
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI - The Auguste George Airport in Anegada has been reopened but only to domestic flights.
KEEL POINT, Anegada, VI – Left unattended for another month or so, the decorated coconut trees lining the beach at Keel Point, Anegada, could all be uprooted and possibly washed out to sea and with a little more time the cottages could also be gone with the wave.
SETTING POINT, Anegada, VI – Entrepreneurs, visitors, residents and even tourists at Anegada are calling on the telecommunication sector to urgently boost their services on the island as it was highlighted as one of the major challenges that limit economic and other activities there. The affected spared no bones in highlighting this concern to Director of Tourism, Mrs Sharon-Flax Mars.
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI - "I haven't given up hope on my wife, I am not God, how can I give up on her? Everything we did together, where ever I went my wife went with me, I love my wife, I need closure," Those were the words of Mr Connie Lee Clinton, an elderly Anegada resident whose wife went missing in December of 2012.
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI- “What about the needs of our people, we don’t want no golf course, give us a multi-purpose recreational facility that would benefit us and the tourists when they come,” said a resident of Anegada who preferred to be identified as “Ras”.
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI - "It’s this government and the government of the past that guilty of neglecting the people of Anegada. We are a small group over here, yes but we have equal rights just like Tortola, just like Virgin Gorda. We are BVIslanders just like everybody else," said Mr Jerry D. Vanterpool, a resident and businessman at Anegada during a meeting of taxi drivers and officials from the Ministry of Communications and Works in Anegada on Friday February 8, 2013.
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI- It might have been a slightly tense moment at the Auguste George Airport in Anegada yesterday, December 21, 2012 when two tires for a small aircraft reportedly blew out during landing.