Twenty-two polling stations will be in use on Election Day to service the 13,585 registered voters in the Territory.
The Office of the Supervisor of Elections is informing the public that while 22 polling stations will be in use on Election Day, there are 10 counting stations to tally the votes.
The Virgin Islands School of Technical Studies will host a series of meetings and activities for teachers, parents and students from June 15 to 19.
Fire Officer #51 Joseph Graham returned home this week victorious having won the Firefighter Challenge at the Caribbean Association of Fire Chief's (CAFC) Conference in Santo Domingo.
The Governor's Office is reminding British nationals to ensure that their travel documents are in order as the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season approaches.
The British Virgin Islands continues to maintain its high visibility in the Asia Pacific region following participation in the China Offshore Summit.
A campaign has been launched to inspire men to be positive role models for their children and the community with several activities to be held during this month.
Residents of the Carrot Bay community will soon have access to an improved jetty, as part of a new docking facility when the project is completed later this year.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is informing the public that effective Monday, June 1, BVI Finance (formerly BVI International Finance Centre) and the International Affairs Secretariat have moved.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has indicated that it is ready to continue to working with China in the deepening of business relations between the two countries.