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July 20th, 2017
16 teams register for 2017 Hon Julian Fraser B/ball League

DUFFS BOTTOM, Tortola, VI- Some 16 teams will clash in the 5th edition of the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League, which tips off on August 19, 2017 at the Save the Seed Energy Centre in Duff’s Bottom.

July 20th, 2017
‘Expect lots of energy @ 2017 Summer Sizzle BVI’- Alva L. Page

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The stage is set and the models and designers are ready for the runway as they prepare to put on a show like never seen before.

July 20th, 2017
Lorna G. Smith Out! Elise Donovan In! as new BVI Finance Boss

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- It has taken almost over a year and months to find a new Director for BVI Finance, a statutory body funded by both the Government and the private sector.

July 20th, 2017
One injured as Jeep plunges off road in Belmont Estate

BELMONT ESTATE, Tortola, VI- A woman was rushed to Peebles Hospital with injuries following a lone vehicle accident at Belmont Estate on the western end of Tortola today, July 20, 2017.

July 20th, 2017
'Everybody bussing off' around festival - Hon Alvera Maduro-Caines

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - At this time of the year many discussions, opinions, recommendations and even criticisms are a norm when it comes to the celebration of Emancipation in the Virgin Islands (UK).

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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