The Government of the Virgin Islands’ has put forward its strategy to achieve excellence in economic and social development.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has said that tourism continues to be the single most important economic activity in the Territory and measures will be taken to build and sustain the sector.
Consumers will soon have the opportunity to pay for their water bills online through electronic billing (eBills).
The Virgin Islands was recently featured as a destination in the NBC television series, ‘Let’s Take It Outside’.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has stated that the water distribution network is still a major priority as plans are set to continue various upgrades within the Territory.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has announced that renegotiation will be done on all Water Purchase Agreements to streamline the cost of producing the commodity.
The Government is on a mission to position the Virgin Island for the future, according to Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE.
Minister for Education and Culture, Honourable Myron V. Walwyn has stated that the education system in the Virgin Islands was designed to produce global citizens.
The public is reminded that Budget Day is Monday, January 16.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE will join Anguillans on Friday, January 13 at the State Funeral of former Chief Minister the Honourable James Ronald Webster.