SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI – While this news site was apprised of the security risk that has been created at the Auguste George International Airport in Anegada because of the prolonged absence of the Customs Officer Mr Alred Smith a source close to the officer has stood in his defense highlighting a number of issues that are not unique to the international airport.
SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI – While leader of the Opposition and Representative for the Ninth District Honourable Ralph T. O’Neal OBE has been showered with praises for his presence at the Farmers’ Week activities at Anegada on Monday February 10, 2014, others have come forward claiming that his presence is needed on a more regular basis.
WEST END, Anegada, VI – Considering the extent of the growth of the populations at Anegada, Tortola and the other islands of the Territory, Leader of the Opposition and Representative for the Ninth District Honourable Ralph T. O’Neal OBE challenged Anegada farmers to market their eggs more.
THE SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI- Where do people go for the best lobster in the Caribbean? The Virgin Islands (VI) is still the place! Our beautiful archipelago is where globetrotters and international food lovers have discovered the most tasty, succulent catch of the sea: the Anegada spiny lobster!
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.