The Sports for Life programme continues to receive support from the Government of the Virgin Islands and various sporting organisations.
Medical practitioners in the private and public sectors in the BVI, are invited to participate in a sexual health training workshop on May 30.
Medical practitioners in the Territory will receive free training in sexual health at a workshop on May 30.
All nail technicians, hair stylists and barbers operating in the Territory are reminded that they are required to be certified or licenced in order to operate.
A fitness campaign aimed at inspiring the BVI community to be active was launched today May 17.
Residents are invited to attend the following community meetings to raise concerns on the living conditions.
Residents of Anegada are invited to attend a community meeting on Friday, May 19 at 10:00am at the Anegada Library.
The public is notified that the Government of the Virgin Islands will be conducting a preliminary testing phase of the Country Assessment of Living Conditions.
The BVI is among three other territories in the region selected to participate in the preliminary testing phase of the Country Assessment of Living Conditions.