Residents at the Adina Donovan Home for the Elderly now have a safer and more welcoming environment following the installation of new floor tiles at the home.
More than sixty early childhood practitioners and proprietors are more aware of their roles and responsibilities in the protection of children in the British Virgin Islands.
The Paul P. Wattley Road will be closed for a period of four weeks while cable trenching continues for the Phase V Power Development programme.
Parents and guardians are encouraged to increase their children’s physical activities on a daily basis and support efforts to promote a healthier Virgin Islands.
The Financial Services Implementation Unit (FSIU) is moving its BVI Forward education and awareness campaign into high gear.
The 2016 Budget was passed at the Seventh Sitting of the First Session of the House of Assembly to the tune of $330,846,500.
BVI Financial Institutions (BVIFIs) are notified that the BVI Financial Account Reporting System (BVIFARS) will be ready to accept UK CDOT or UK FATCA filings by Monday, May 2.
Fifteen singers will be advancing to the semi-finals in the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports’ Gen-Y Factor Talent Showcase and Competition.
Scientists have collected samples and recorded data for the Coastal and Watershed Stabilisation project in Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay.
The Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS) Drama Society will perform a live performance of the original play production “The Unveiling of Sayretta,” on April 22 and 23.