Local taxi driver, Mr. Keithley Liburd, is the recipient of an Aquila’s Tour Guide Excellence Training Award.
Residents who attended the Health Estate Planning Lecture are said to have gained a new perspective of death and dying and the provisions that are to be made in advance of these eventualities.
A debate competition discussing whether foreign investors should be given citizenship based on major investments made in the Territory will be held on Wednesday, March 23.
The Government of the Virgin Islands, through the Immigration Department, will be introducing a new customs and immigration form from Friday, April 1.
A two-day job fair has been organised to assist employees of Rosewood Little Dix Bay who will be affected when the hotel temporarily closes in May for renovations.
More than 4,600 persons in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) evacuated buildings and made their way to high points as part of the annual tsunami simulation exercise, on Thursday, March 17, titled ‘CARIBE WAVE 16’.
A juvenile nonfiction book destined to take readers to a place of becoming a survivor of truth will be launched on Saturday, March 19.
The current status of expertise and understanding of the Sargassum weed will be assessed when the Territory hosts a regional conference next week.
Project Bug Out has joined forces with the Virgin Gorda community to minimise the breeding of mosquitoes on the island.
A series of self-management workshops aimed at assisting persons in the management of non-communicable diseases will be held in April.