Secondary school students and youth between the ages of 14 and 21 are invited to register for the Department of Youth Affairs’ Junior Scientists Easter Programme.
Female students in the Virgin Islands are taking centre stage in advocating for persons to make a pledge for parity and equity during this month.
The British Virgin Islands as a Category 1 jurisdiction for ship registration, is now offering the United Kingdom Seafarers Medical Fitness Certificate for persons working aboard vessels.
The Department of Trade, Investment Promotion and Consumer Affairs will be sponsoring five booths at the 2016 CCT Buy BVI Trade Expo.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals to fill the post of Crown Counsel (Civil and Commercial) in the Attorney General’s Chambers of the Anguilla Public Service.
Twelve secondary school students shadowed senior public officers on Wednesday, to gain a better understanding of their roles and responsibilities.
The Alexandrina Maduro Primary School and the Bregado Flax Educational Centre-Secondary Division are the Anti-Bullying Awareness Video Competition winners.
Residents of the BVI are reminded of the End of Life and Health Estate Planning Lecture scheduled for Wednesday, March 16.
Research is continuing to ascertain what caused an unusual flood from the sea that brought ashore large coral heads in Anegada around the 1400’s.
Ms. Destinee Cline, a grade four student at the Ivan Dawson Primary School will hoist the Commonwealth Flag on Monday, March 14.