The public, including visitors, are advised to put precautionary measures in place and increase their state of readiness in preparation for an above normal hurricane season which began today June 1.
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is to receive support to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under the internationally agreed 2030 Development Agenda.
Nineteen new fire officers and two police officers have successfully completed a one-week training programme in Emergency Care and Treatment (ECAT).
Taxi drivers in the Territory are being offered training in Passenger Transport Operations from June 19.
Ferry service operations at the St. Thomas Bay Jetty in Virgin Gorda will resume on Thursday, June 1.
A three-day workshop will be held this week to explore the Health in All Policy approach and discuss how it can be applied to the BVI.
The BVI was represented in an exploratory meeting to discuss the potential benefits of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) to the Territory.
The Water and Sewerage Department is advising customers of a water rationingscheduleto affect some areas in the Territory.
Nurses and Midwives practicing in the Territory must now follow a Code of Conduct and Ethics when serving the public.