Work on the Brandywine Bay project is moving forward as the Government of the Virgin Islands moves to create a new leisure destination for residents and visitors.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has reiterated its commitment to fully equip the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) to efficiently achieve its mandate.
The Ministry of communications and Works is carrying out several road projects this week, including expansions on water and sewerage mains.
Newly appointed Deputy Governor Mrs. Rosalie Adams is acting in the Office of Governor until Monday, September 19.
The new Wartsila generators for the Pockwood Pond Power station are scheduled to resume transportation from Port Purcell, following the completion of repairs to the self-propelled modular trailer used for transporting.
Flashing traffic lights will be observed in Road Town for a trial period of one month to evaluate any potential security risks to motorists at night while waiting at the traffic lights.
The Ministry of Health and Social Development has confirmed five cases of the Zika virus in the British Virgin Islands.
The Territory is said to be on its way to becoming one of the best regulated financial services jurisdictions in the world.
Three mobile operators were granted 2016 spectrum awards, which will allow each to provide higher speed internet to residents.
Governor of the Virgin Islands, His Excellency Mr. John S. Duncan, OBE has stated that a focused and structured approach is needed to fill local talent at the most senior levels in Government.