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Brexit and the BVI: What YOU Need To Know
The United Kingdom is leaving the European Union on Friday 31st January. This video message from the Governor Augustus "Gus" Jaspert highlights what this means for you.
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He knows nothing and thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.
Premier Fahie: Banks Profitable, Law Will Force Protection For Depositors
Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon. Andrew Fahie plans to enact a law that will offer depositor's protection and has enlisted the help of world renowned expert in the field, V...
'If you believe in God' you will give church 10% tithes - Pastor Calvin Mills on 'Real Talk'
Bullshitting that there is no excuse for not giving to the church, Pastor of the Church of God Holiness, Mr Calvin Mills is of the firm belief that if you love God then you must...
DMV hosting event for riders to get licensed, registered
Minister for Transportation Kye Rymer is appealing to motorcyclists in the territory to attend a licensing and registration drive scheduled for this weekend.
Wheatley Pulls Plug On Mandatory Additional School Year
The additional school year which was implemented in 2016 at public secondary schools are no longer mandatory.
'Please consider a career in the medical field' – Hon Vincent O. Wheatley
Moments before the new Nurse Iris O’Neal Medical Centre opened on Thursday, February 20, 2020 in Virgin Gorda, Minister for Natural Resources, Labour and Immigration, Hon Vincen...
Finally! Nurse Iris O’Neal Medical Centre Opens On VG
Years after work commenced on the Nurse Iris O’Neal Medical Centre on Virgin Gorda, residents and officials gathered yesterday, February 20 at the facility for its official open...
BVI seeking to restore working relationship with Federal Law Enforcement in USVI
Acting Director of Public Prosecutions, Mrs Tiffany R. Scatliffe-Esprit, LL.M. made a presentation on the British Virgin Islands Criminal Justice System at a leadership meeting ...
Gov't implementing Deposit Insurance Policy to protect insured residents
Government has announced plans to implement a ‘deposit insurance policy’ in the British Virgin Islands before the end of this year. Deposit insurance is effectively a safety net...
Why The U.S. Government And Big Tech Disagree On Encryption
All what you text “privately” with your mobile phone, is in fact totally open, stored under your profile at the secret services, and can be used against you once you try to step...
Democratic candidates go after Bloomberg in heated debate
From the opening bell, Democrats savaged New York billionaire Mike Bloomberg and raised pointed questions about Bernie Sanders' take-no-prisoners politics during a contentious d...
Indonesian minister found the solution for poverty! calls on the rich to marry the poor as a way to cut country's poverty rate
An Indonesian minister on Wednesday proposed for the rich to marry the poor as a means to reduce the country’s poverty rate. So, instead of 1% rich Indonesia will have 2% rich a...
Coronavirus: BVI Hong Kong staff under strict quarantine- Premier Fahie
Updating the House on the impacts of the Novel-Coronavirus outbreak on overseas offices and employees of the Virgin Islands (VI), Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. ...
Fraser to seek update on BVI Airways and NDP's reported pre-election contracts
Opposition legislator Julian Fraser is gearing up to seek an update on the controversial BVI Airways deal that is now before a US court, as well as information on the reported l...
Gaming & Betting Legislation Reaches HOA
The Hon. Andrew Fahie-led Government is making good on plans to introduce gaming and betting legislation during its first term.
Man files lawsuit after losing land because of 'faulty' drug case
Justice Trevor Ward has dismissed - among other other things - a claim by Kerrison Deon Smith who was seeking ‘compensation equalling market value’ for a property that he lost i...
What are the rules on workplace surveillance?
Barclays has faced a backlash after it piloted a system that tracked the time employees spent at their desks. The company has since scrapped the system - but how common is workp...
Barclays scraps 'Big Brother' staff tracking system
Barclays says it has scrapped a system that tracked the time employees spent at their desks and sent warnings to those spending too long on breaks.
Revealed: the areas in the UK with one Airbnb for every four homes
‘Out-of-control’ dominance of rentals in some communities depriving locals of homes, critics say
Uncovered: CIA Secretly Owned Crypto, the Swiss Company That Ruled Global Spy Comms for Decades, Says Report
For more than half a century, governments all over the world trusted a single company to keep the communications of their spies, soldiers and diplomats secret, while for decades...
Prisoner 3870, alias 'El Chapo,' appears in rare Mexican video
Clad in a beige uniform marked “3870,” the captured drug kingpin answered the Mexican prison guard’s questions calmly, barely looking up as he scrubbed black fingerprint ink fro...
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