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12 Disappointed As RDA Cancels Derelict Boat Tender
The 12 companies that submitted tenders for the collection, processing and disposal of the hundreds of boats that were destroyed by hurricane Irma were notified that the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) has cancelled the tender.
Hundreds Turn Out For Final Viewing
Hundreds of residents, including children from schools across the Territory filed pass the body of the late Hon. Ralph T. O' Neal's body as it lay in state at the House of Assembly today, December 10.
Walwyn in the courtroom! Represents client in criminal damage case
Former legislator and former chairman of the National Democratic Party, Myron Walwyn is back in the courtroom. Walwyn, an attorney-at-law, represented Dwight Callwood when he appeared before Magistrate Ayanna Baptiste-DaBreo on Tuesday.
Man Who Presented Female Passport At TB Lettsome Airport Deported
Richardson Gonzales Baez the 31-year-old Dominican Republic national that attempted to gain entry into the Territory in March this year by using a fake Guadeloupe passport was ordered deported from the BVI by Governor Augustus Jaspert on...
RTW Raises $10K For Diabetes Fight
Roadtown Wholesale (RTW) group of companies, along with 75 participants from the NorthWest Company challenged themselves with the BVI Half Marathon run in support of the Company’s Healthy Horizons Foundation.
Christmas on DeCastro Street may have to relocate again - City Manager
If all goes as planned with government’s proposed traffic reform initiative in Road Town, the annual yuletide event – Christmas on DeCastro Street – may have a new venue come next year.
NHI urged to consider implementing a kidney transplant policy for BVI
Medical Director of the Bougainvillea Clinic Dr Heskith Vanterpool is urging the state-owned National Health Insurance (NHI) scheme to update their current policies to include kidney transplants.
New High Court appointment | Justice Ann-Marie Smith reassigned to Antigua
A new High Court judge has been assigned to the British Virgin Islands now that Justice Ann-Marie Smith has been reassigned to the twin-island state of Antigua and Barbuda.
Calls made in HOA for park, permanent public holiday, and documentary project of RT O'Neal
Implementing a permanent public holiday and renaming parks in honour of former Premier Ralph T O’Neal have been listed among the things some sitting legislators want to see implemented for the late political giant.
Ousted legislator Myron V. Walwyn returns to courtroom
The former controversial Education Minister under the National Democratic Party (NDP) Administration, Myron V. Walwyn who went from being one of the biggest election winners to the biggest loser at the polls, was spotted in the Magistrat...
Hong Kong cabinet reshuffle not an 'immediate task', Lam says
A reshuffle of Hong Kong’s cabinet is not an “immediate task”, the city’s Beijing-backed leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday, as she prepared to visit the Chinese capital for the first time since her government’s humiliation at local polls...
Influencer jailed for plot to steal website at gunpoint
A social-media influencer has been sentenced to 14 years in prison over a plot to obtain a domain name at gunpoint.
Apple just released the final version of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 to the public
It's been a little over a month since the last major software updates for the iPhone and iPad rolled out, but following another round of beta testing, iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 are now available.
Your data has been sold to websites like MyLife and WhitePages. Here's how to remove it
States sell your data to brokers who get them to websites like WhitePages, MyLife and others. They in turn re-sell them to you, without permission.
Google now lets users attach emails to an email in Gmail
Instead of cluttering your Gmail inbox and those of your correspondents with forwarded emails, you can now simply send one as an attachment. On Monday, Google announced that emails can now be sent with other emails as attachments rather ...
752,000 US birth certificate applications were exposed online
According to a report from TechCrunch, an online company that allows people in the US to obtain a copy of their birth certificate has exposed more than 752,000 applications.
Forget resumes and LinkedIn. This tech firm finds talent in unexpected places
When Mike Norris graduated from Baltimore's Stevenson University with a degree in business information systems, he thought he'd quickly nab an entry-level tech job. Instead, he found himself working as a security guard patrolling parking...
What to do if you're asked to sign a non-compete agreement
Tens of millions of US workers have signed non-compete agreements - knowingly or not - with their employers - and many of them may not even realize it.
Facebook pretends to clashes with Justice Department "over encryption"
Facebook is resisting calls by Attorney General William Barr to delay the company's rollout of encryption technology across its platforms, ratcheting up tensions between the tech industry and law enforcement over a pivotal security issue...
Google under investigation for recent firing of four employees to hide sex abuses and other scandals
Google is under investigation by the US government over its labor practices and the firing of several employees.
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