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July 6th, 2014
‘You must invest in your life; live purposefully excellent’ – EAPS Principal

HUNTUM’S GHUT, Tortola, VI – Principal of the Enis Adams Primary School (EAPS) Carleen B. Simmonds-Parsons told graduates of the 2014 graduating class that their life must be thought of as a business and as with any good business it must be invested in so that returns can be seen.

April 18th, 2014
‘I believed & Invested in me & I made it’ – NJAR

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Today Glendon D. Lamothe aka NJAR has seen phase one of his big bag of dreams come through. He has successfully released his first mixed tape of music all of which he took time out to write. But the journey for him was not an easy one.

October 25th, 2013
Locals should have been approached for cruise pier project - commentators

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Given all the missteps that have taken place with the cruise pier development project and government’s approaches to outsiders for funding, commentators have questioned why locals are not being engaged as part of their efforts to secure funds to get the project off the ground.

September 8th, 2013
UPDATE: Get Long Look youth involved in activities of discipline- Brian B. Gomes

LONG LOOK, Tortola, VI – Getting youths involved in activities of discipline has been recommended as one of several ways to effect the change needed for youths of Long Look. According to a concerned person, Mr Brian B. Gomes, this can be started through the East End/Long Look Festival and Fairs Committee, the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) and the Youth Empowerment Programme (YEP).

March 15th, 2012
Investing in Travis Walters was not a pie in the sky idea- Hon. Fahie

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- “Investing in Travis was not a pie in the sky idea or initiative but a targeted expenditure of public funds so that a gateway could be opened for Travis and for many other artistes who need that kind of exposure from the BVI so that through Travis many more persons (record label representatives) like who were here for the show would be attracted to the BVI so that we can significantly increase the number of opportunities to our people especially our young people in the performing and

November 21st, 2011
Chicken processing plant a viable option for Gov’t

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Hosts of the radio show Umoja, Cromwell Smith, Natalio Wheatley and Khoy Smith are of the view that investing in the existing chicken processing plant in the Virgin Islands could be a very feasible one for Government as it would ensure that other businesses are created around it and that less money leaves the country as the importation of chicken would be minimised.

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