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September 25th, 2017
Looters granted bail

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Seven persons appeared before Magistrate's Court last Friday, September 22, 2017 charged with burglarising at BVI Communications in Port Purcell after they were caught attempting to loot the premises.

September 25th, 2017
HoA to meet soon to consider removal of State of Emergency

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Almost three weeks after Hurricane Irma devastated the Virgin Islands (VI), leaving death, homelessness, chaos, looting and confusion, with no one clear as to who is in charge, the House of Assembly (HoA) is to meet.

September 25th, 2017
Is politics being played with distribution of relief items?

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which devastated the Virgin Islands (VI) on September 6, 2017, leaving death, massive destruction, overwhelming loss of homes, boats, automobiles, and businesses, the reality on the ground is that people desperately need help.

September 23rd, 2017
Dominica knocked to its knees by Hurricane Maria; 15 dead

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Dominica was Hurricane Maria's first victim, and it was clear from a flight over the island nation that the storm showed absolutely no mercy.

September 23rd, 2017
Man killed in BVI during hurricane Irma yet to be identified

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- A man who was discovered dead in the area of The Moorings on Wickhams Cay II, Tortola following the passage of Hurricane Irma on September 6, 2017 is yet to be positively identified.

May 25th, 2017
USVI Gov’t employees being terminated due to ‘financial crisis

VI CONSORTIUM

CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St Thomas, USVI- While US Virgin Islands (USVI) Governor Kenneth E. Mapp has said on multiple occasions that the territory’s financial condition has been improving and that government employees would not be furloughed or terminated, some workers employed at the Bureau of Corrections have been terminated because of the “continued financial crisis” affecting the government.



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