The British Virgin Islands tourism sector continues a pattern of growth, as indicated by an increase in overnight visitor arrivals during 2016.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is ensuring that the sister Islands are included in the development plan as it positions the Territory for the future.
Residents of Anegada are invited to submit comments on the recommendation to rename the clinic after retired Nurse Mrs. Romalia Smith.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is inviting tenders for the collection of solid waste demarcated throughout the Territory as it is continues to ensure the timely collection, disposal and where possible recycling of waste.
Several derelict boats were removed from Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke last week, as the Department of Waste Management continues its drive to reduce mosquito breeding sites.
The Virgin Islands is making moves towards improved air access.
The Brandywine Bay Project advances as the Government of the Virgin Islands continues to develop and expand additional destinations for residents and visitors.
The Phase V Power Development Programme is expected to be completed by the second quarter of this year, while the system is slated to be online by the end of February.
The Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service has issued a strong reminder for persons to be vigilant of potential fire hazards and to dispose of their garbage at the incinerator in Pock Wood Pond.
The ‘Your Government at Work’ magazine is now available online at www.bvi.gov.vg.