The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board is hosting a series of industry meetings to update stakeholders on its work internationally on behalf of the Territory.
The public is notified that there will be a temporary change to Peebles Hospital visiting hours on Saturday July 14 to facilitate a staff activity.
The Office of the Complaints Commission is located in the J.R. O’Neal Building on Main Street and is ready to serve the public.
Residents of Virgin Gorda are notified that the Civil Registry and Passport Office location in the Vanterpool Administration Building is in full operation.
Private and public health practitioners and the community are invited to a lecture entitled “Oh be careful little ears… Can you hear?”
The public is informed that work continues on the Caribbean Development Bank’s drainage rehabilitation project at Upper Horsepath to MB’s Ice in Huntum’s Ghut.
The public is informed that works are underway at Windy Hill to construct a retaining wall; slipper drains, kerb walls, kerb, and reinstatement of the road.
Stakeholders in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) are invited to attend a workshop to discuss a draft SME policy on Tuesday, July 10.
New and renewing food handlers on Tortola, Anegada and Virgin Gorda are notified that the following clinics will be held in the month of July beginning at 8:30 a.m.