ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The Stars in the education system of the Virgin Islands will be one of the main highlights in the observations of Education Week 2014.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Led by Virgin Islander Tammy Phillips hitting shots and crashing the boards, the UAlbany women’s basketball team defeated Binghamton 77-59 on Friday night to advance to the America East semifinal round.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - The Virgin Islands House of Assembly will be meeting at its Chambers in Road Town the Capital City on Thursday 13, March 2014 at 10:00 A.M. and a controversial piece of legislation aimed at media censorship is expected to come up for debate.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - “Our whole health system is designed, as you know, to manage acute illnesses and now we have the chronic disease epidemic; so it is a whole system change and that takes a long time.” So says Dr. Sandra Delon, a Consultant.
By Dickson Igwe
What happens if a third and viable political party enters the race for power in the Virgin Islands? How will a third party fare in elections at the end of 2015? Who will benefit? Who will lose? How will a third party play out in a tightening contest? How will core supporters of both main parties react to a new third party? How will swing voters react? The following article is part of a series assessing the political pulse of the Virgin Islands at midterm. It is not an endorsement of any pol
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Yesterday a key stakeholder in the first telecommunications entity in the Virgin Islands, CCT, Dr. Heskith A. Vanterpool made it abundantly clear that they will remain vibrant in the Virgin Islands (VI) as he claimed that research has shown that despite efforts of competitors, LIME and Digicel, to remove CCT from the market, they will continue to survive.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – After the February 26, 2014 commencement of the civil matter between Police Constable (PC) Nicholas Tranquille vs Commissioner of Police (CoP) David Morris Justice Viki Ann Ellis is yet to hand down her decision.