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FESTIVAL VILLAGE TO BE NAMED IN HONOUR OF CULINARY ICON LARINA LORETTA JACOBS-LAMOTHE

The 70th Virgin Islands Emancipation Festival will mark a momentous occasion with the Festival Village being named in honour of Larina Loretta Jacobs-Lamothe, affectionately known as “Rena.” This announcement was made by the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board & Film Commission, celebrating Larina’s nearly four-decade-long dedication to the festival and her significant contributions to Virgin … Continued

MEN’S HEALTH FAIR EVENT A SUCCESS

The Office of Gender Affairs in collaboration with numerous organisations across the territory, held their annual Men’s Health Fair at the Cyril B Romney Tortola Pier Park on Thursday, June 13. The initiative is part of the department’s celebration of men during the month of June as they aim to promote health and wellness among … Continued

“TASTE OF TORTOLA” CULINARY EVENT SET FOR THIS WEEKEND

This Saturday, the Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park will be the culinary hotspot of the British Virgin Islands as the BVI Tourist Board hosts its much-anticipated Taste of Tortola event. Promising a unique and delightful culinary experience, the event will feature approximately 20 restaurants from across the island, each showcasing exclusive dishes from their … Continued

GOVT ON TRACK TO RECOMMISSION POCKWOOD POND INCINERATOR BY SEPTEMBER

The Government of the Virgin Islands is making significant strides towards recommissioning the Pockwood Pond incinerator, with full operational status expected by September 2024. This announcement was made by Premier and Minister for the Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change, Dr. the Honourable Natalio Wheatley, during his recent speech on World Environment Day. The territory … Continued

PLANS FOR INTERNATIONAL STANDARD COMPETITION POOL AT HLSCC REMAIN ACTIVE

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is moving forward with plans to install a 25-meter international competition standard swimming pool at the H Lavity Stoutt Community College. This update was provided by Ephraim Penn, President of the BVI Olympic Committee, during a recent awards ceremony for the BVI Barracudas Swim Team, which celebrated their impressive haul … Continued

POLICE MAKE BREAKTHROUGH IN RECENT BURGLARIES: TWO MEN CHARGED

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) has made a significant breakthrough in its investigations into recent burglaries, thefts, and other offences targeting commercial and residential properties. The efforts have led to the arrest of two males: 21-year-old Kie-Andre Williams of McNamara and 19-year-old Jehkhalibbah Williams of Free Bottom. In a press release, the RVIPF … Continued

Local
Regional

UN ASSOCIATE MEMBERS PRESSURE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ON FINANCE AT SIDS4 CONFERENCE

The British Virgin Islands and other Associate Members of the United Nations (UN) regional commissions (i.e. ECLAC and ESCAP) have completed successful participation at the Fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS4) in Antigua and Barbuda that ended on 30th May where they achieved greater acknowledgement and recognition of their financing needs by … Continued

VYBZ KARTEL AND CO-ACCUSED TO REMAIN IN CUSTODY, JUDGE RULES

Dancehall artist Vybz Kartel and his three co-accused will continue to serve time behind bars following a ruling by Judge Andrea Thomas on their habeas corpus application. The decision was announced on Thursday, after the defense and prosecution concluded their arguments in court the previous day. In her ruling, Judge Thomas emphasized that as long … Continued

ECCB ORDERS INDEPENDENT AUDIT OF REPUBLIC BANK AMID DELAYED TRANSACTION DEBACLE

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has announced it is commissioning an independent audit of Republic Bank (EC) Limited after over 12,000 customers had their accounts improperly debited due to delayed processing of transactions dating back to 2022. In a strongly-worded statement, the ECCB called the situation “downright unsatisfactory” and stated it has caused hardship … Continued

World

DR. JARECKI DENIES SEX TRAFFICKING AND RAPE ALLEGATIONS – CALLS LAWSUIT A MONEY-GRABBING EXERCISE

Dr. Henry Jarecki, a prominent psychiatrist with deep ties to the British Virgin Islands, has strongly denied allegations made against him in a recent sex trafficking lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed by an anonymous accuser associated with the late Jeffrey Epstein, claims that Jarecki engaged in non-consensual and abusive conduct, accusations that the 91-year-old vehemently refutes … Continued

PHILANTHROPIST DR. HENRY JARECKI ACCUSED OF RAPE BY EPSTEIN VICTIM – LAWYER DENIES CLAIM

Dr. Henry Jarecki, a 91-year-old philanthropist with strong ties to the British Virgin Islands, is facing accusations of rape in a lawsuit filed in a Manhattan federal court. An unnamed woman has accused Dr. Jarecki of repeatedly raping her between 2011 and 2014. Jarecki’s attorney has vehemently denied the allegations, calling them false and baseless. … Continued

Sports
Politics

PREMIER TO ADDRESS UN DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE, AHEAD OF OFFICIAL BVI VISIT

Premier Dr. Natalio Wheatley is preparing to deliver a statement during the upcoming June Substantive Session of the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization. The 2024 resumed session will meet in New York from 10 to 21 June. The Premier made the announcement during a recent press conference. In addition, Wheatley provided an update on the … Continued

BEST COMPROMISE REACHED IN RECENT IMMIGRATION BILL – PREMIER

Premier Dr. the Honourable Natalio Wheatley has praised the passage of the Immigration and Passport (Amendment) Bill 2024, which introduces pivotal changes to immigration controls affecting children born in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) to non-belonger parents. Premier Wheatley highlighted the delicate balance struck by legislators to address a longstanding concern regarding the status of … Continued

PREMIER CONFIDENT IN SECURING $100 MILLION LOAN

Premier and Minister of Finance Dr. the Honourable Natalio Wheatley has expressed confidence that his government is on the verge of securing a loan of approximately $100 million to address the Virgin Islands’ infrastructure needs. Premier Wheatley made this announcement during a press conference last Friday in response to questions from a local journalist. The … Continued

Community

PREMIER TO ADDRESS UN DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE, AHEAD OF OFFICIAL BVI VISIT

Premier Dr. Natalio Wheatley is preparing to deliver a statement during the upcoming June Substantive Session of the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization. The 2024 resumed session will meet in New York from 10 to 21 June. The Premier made the announcement during a recent press conference. In addition, Wheatley provided an update on the … Continued

KATS BVI EXPANDS OFFERINGS WITH NEW ADVANCED SEA SKILLS PROGRAM

The long-running Basic Sea Skills program offered by local non-profit Kids and the Sea (KATS) BVI has taken another step forward by introducing an advanced curriculum for returning students. Former KATS Assistant Director Brian Liverpool recently weighed in on this significant expansion of the initiative. Liverpool, who was heavily involved in developing and running the … Continued

ALL SCHOOLS EXCEPT IVAN DAWSON PRIMARY TO RESUME IN-PERSON LEARNING

The Ministry of Education has announced that all schools, except for the Ivan Dawson Primary School, will resume in-person learning today, Friday, June 7. This decision comes after all public schools were closed on Thursday due to adverse weather conditions that impacted the territory. Acting Chief Education Officer, Mrs. Orlandette Crabbe, communicated the update to … Continued

ESHS ADRIANNE THOMAS CROWNED 2024 JUNIOR AMBASSADOR OF TOURISM

Adrianne Thomas of the Elmore Stoutt High School has been named the 2024 Junior Ambassador of Tourism, continuing the school’s winning streak in the prestigious competition. Following in the footsteps of her schoolmate Naomi Onwufuju, who secured the title in 2023, Thomas’s victory underscores the Rams’ dominance in promoting tourism awareness and education among the … Continued

Business

DEPUTY PREMIER HOSTING 1ST BVI BANKING EXPO

Deputy Premier and Minister for Financial Services Hon. Lorna Smith OBE in partnership with Unite BVI and other contributors is hosting the Virgin Islands very first Banking Expo on June 6th, 2024 at Treasure Isle hotel from 9am-3pm. Smith in speaking with 284 media stated the importance for persons in the finance sector in the … Continued

HIREBVI TO HOST 5TH ANNUAL CAREER EXPOSITION

The annual HireBVI Career Exposition will take place on Friday, May 31st, 10am to 2pm at the Multipurpose Sports Complex. This exposition promises to expose participants to careers, job opportunities and educational options in the British Virgin Islands. Rekeema Turnbull-Caines, Managing Director stated that, “At HireBVI, we assist and prepare job seekers for a successful … Continued

NO MORE OFF-SEASON: AMERICAN AIRLINES MAINTAINS BVI SERVICE ALL YEAR

American Airlines will offer uninterrupted flight service to the British Virgin Islands throughout 2024, even during the historically slower travel months of July to October. This marks the first time a major carrier has maintained continuous operations to the territory year-round. The BVI Airports Authority announced the new arrangement on Saturday, hailing it as a … Continued

Entertainment

BVI’S KAMAU GEORGES TO ACCEPT POP MUSIC AWARD AT BROADCAST MUSIC INC AWARDS

Kamau Georges will take the stage tonight at the prestigious Broadcast Music Inc. Awards to accept a pop music award. Georges, alongside award-winning DJ and producer Clinton Sparks, will be honored for their collaborative work with DJ White Shadow on Lady Gaga’s hit record, “Bloody Mary.” The news of Georges’ attendance at the award ceremony … Continued

BVI PROMOTES 70TH EMANCIPATION FESTIVAL IN ATLANTA AT ATLANTA CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL EVENTS

The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board & Film Commission (BVITBFC) proudly promoted the 70th Virgin Islands Emancipation Festival over the Memorial Day Weekend at the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival in Atlanta, Georgia. The team from the BVITBFC headed by Ms. Shaekhoya Matthew, Business Development Manager (BDM) for the region, with support from Ms. Hazel Penn, BDM … Continued

VYBZ KARTEL AND CO-ACCUSED TO REMAIN IN CUSTODY, JUDGE RULES

Dancehall artist Vybz Kartel and his three co-accused will continue to serve time behind bars following a ruling by Judge Andrea Thomas on their habeas corpus application. The decision was announced on Thursday, after the defense and prosecution concluded their arguments in court the previous day. In her ruling, Judge Thomas emphasized that as long … Continued

NIGHT 2 OF MUSIC FEST DEEMED THE CROWD FAVOURITE

The Virgin Islands Music Festival witnessed hundreds of residents gathering at the new Wickhams Cay 1 location for the three-day event. While the festival featured notable acts throughout, it was the second night that drew the largest crowd and received unanimous praise for its vibrant atmosphere. Despite high expectations for the festival’s opening night, the … Continued

Crime

PHILANTHROPIST DR. HENRY JARECKI ACCUSED OF RAPE BY EPSTEIN VICTIM – LAWYER DENIES CLAIM

Dr. Henry Jarecki, a 91-year-old philanthropist with strong ties to the British Virgin Islands, is facing accusations of rape in a lawsuit filed in a Manhattan federal court. An unnamed woman has accused Dr. Jarecki of repeatedly raping her between 2011 and 2014. Jarecki’s attorney has vehemently denied the allegations, calling them false and baseless. … Continued

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY INVESTIGATIONS LEAD TO DISCOVERY OF CANNABIS FIELDS ON VG

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) has uncovered a series of large-scale cannabis fields during their investigation into a recent attempted armed robbery on Virgin Gorda. The incident, which occurred at Leverick Bay Resort on Sunday, May 26, 2024, prompted police to execute several search warrants at multiple properties believed to be connected to … Continued

Government

PREMIER TO ADDRESS UN DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE, AHEAD OF OFFICIAL BVI VISIT

Premier Dr. Natalio Wheatley is preparing to deliver a statement during the upcoming June Substantive Session of the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization. The 2024 resumed session will meet in New York from 10 to 21 June. The Premier made the announcement during a recent press conference. In addition, Wheatley provided an update on the … Continued

COMPREHENSIVE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE FRAMEWORK LAUNCHED

The Government of the Virgin Islands has taken a significant step towards improving public service delivery with the launch of a comprehensive Customer Service Experience Framework. The framework, introduced by the Director of Customer Service, Ms. Kedimone Rubaine, establishes customer service standards, strategies, and formal guidelines for interactions with clients across various government offices and … Continued

BVI ASIA TRADE MISSION COMPLETES ROADSHOWS IN BEIJING AND SHANGHAI

The BVI Asia Trade Mission, led by Deputy Premier and Minister for Financial Services, Honourable Lorna Smith, has concluded its roadshows in Beijing and Shanghai, with more than 300 industry representatives and professionals present for two days of informative speeches, panel discussions, and networking on the BVI’s financial services product offerings. The delegation also held … Continued

DEPT. OF IMMIGRATION DUBBED THE MOST IMPROVED DEPARTMENT

The Department of Immigration has been honoured with the prestigious title of ‘Most Improved Department’ according to the latest edition of the Public Service Customer Service Newsletter. This recognition is based on statistics from the RATEUS platform, a comprehensive tool for evaluating government service delivery. The Department of Immigration’s remarkable progress in enhancing efficiency, transparency, … Continued

Opinion

MINIMUM QUALITY OF LIFE

The following is commentary by Shaina M. Smith-Archer. I heard about the call for comments in the news on increasing the minimum wage, and there is so much here I don’t know which corner to start at. I think we should first complete the population census to understand what is really going on in our … Continued

THE UNBORN CONSTITUTION PART 2: “THE CALIBRE OF LEADERSHIP REQUIRED IN THIS SEASON IS NOT TO BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED OR LIGHTLY: SHAINA SMITH-ARCHER

In part 1 of this commentary, I started sharing my thoughts on the Constitutional Review and why this exercise is laying the foundation for the best days of these Islands we call home. The more research I conduct on this topic I realise more that the system we have is not truly a democratic system … Continued

THE UNBORN CONSTITUTION PART 1 BY SHAINA SMITH-ARCHER; “WE ARE CURRENTLY WRITING THE VIRGIN ISLANDS’ FUTURE FOR THE NEXT 50 YEARS.”

The following is commentary by Shaina Smith-Archer. I am glad to be alive for such a time as this. When I read about our national heroes like Hope Stevens and Howard. R. Penn and how they wrote our future in their “day,” we are currently writing the Virgin Islands’ future for the next 50 years. … Continued

Andrew Fahie Trial

MAYNARD’S SENTENCING DELAYED AGAIN; FAHIE REQUEST ANOTHER DELAY

The sentencing of Oleanvine Maynard, former Managing Director of the BVI Ports Authority has been pushed back once again despite a previous announcement that prosecutors would not be granting any further extensions. The reasons for the additional delay has not been provided. However, Maynard’s sentencing hearing is now reset for June 20th, 2024. Maynard, confessed … Continued

LEGAL SAGA CONTINUES IN FAHIE TRIAL – PROSECUTION & DEFENCE TO SUBMIT SOLUTION ON MARCH 7

Despite being found guilty on all counts relating to cocaine and money laundering charges on February 8, nearly two weeks following the verdict, the legal saga relating to the Andrew Fahie trial continues as a federal judge grapples with unresolved doubts raised by two jurors about their guilty verdicts. The latest development in what has … Continued

REPOLLING OF JURORS UNLIKELY BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE – SAYS LEGAL EXPERT

A local attorney with experience in the United States legal system believes the recent request by Andrew Fahie’s legal team to repoll two jurors following their decision to recant their guilty verdicts, is unlikely to be granted. The attorney who requested anonymity noted that while it is highly unlikely for the request to be granted, he said … Continued

PROSECUTION URGES COURT TO UPHOLD GUILTY VERDICT IN ANDREW FAHIE TRIAL

In a recent court submission to the United States District Court Southern District of Florida, the prosecution in the trial of former premier Andrew Fahie has emphatically urged the court to respect the guilty verdict handed down on Thursday, February 8. Fahie was found guilty of four counts relating to conspiracy to import cocaine into … Continued

Press Release

CCT DELIVERS ON PROVIDING FREE FIBER INTERNET TO THE WILLARD WHEATLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL

Caribbean Cellular Telephone Ltd (CCT) has taken a significant step towards enhancing the educational experience for students and faculty at the Willard Wheatley Primary School, by transforming the school to a Wi-Fi enabled campus. On Monday, May 27th, CCT successfully completed the installation of fiber internet services at the school, providing access to high-speed internet and … Continued

BVIFARS PAYMENT PORTAL TO GO LIVE IN JAN 2024

The BVI Financial Account Reporting System (BVIFars) payment portal is set to go live in January 2024. The International Tax Authority (ITA) made the announcement on Wednesday, December 6, as it reminded all relevant entities with reporting obligations to enrol in the BVIFARS portal. By enrolling, the ITA said it would satisfy the entities’ respective … Continued

CUSTOMER SERVICE CARE CENTRE LAUNCHES LIVE CHAT

The Government’s Customer Service Care Centre has launched its live-chat feature, in an effort to ensure customers can easily access the Government’s services. The feature allows individuals to contact the centre through messaging, and receive instant support and is accessible through https://bvips.org. Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Deputy Governor, Mrs. Sharleen DaBreo-Lettsome, MBE … Continued

Weather

METEOROLOGIST STRESSES PREPAREDNESS OVER FEAR AS ACTIVE HURRICANE SEASON LOOMS

As the 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season gets underway, meteorologist Andrew Jackson is emphasizing the importance of preparedness over fear, despite a grim outlook for the coming months.  In a recent interview with 284 Media’s Jhaka Wooding, Jackson delved into the reasons behind the concerning forecast and the challenges it presents compared to last year’s season. … Continued

PREMIER URGES PREPAREDNESS FOR HURRICANE SEASON

In a recent address to the public, Premier Dr the Honourable Natalio Wheatley urged citizens to prepare for what experts predict will be an active 2024 hurricane season. With as many as 25 named storms expected to develop, he called for prayer and action to protect the territory. The Government has already begun seasonal preparedness … Continued

CLOSURES & POSTPONEMENTS DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER – ACTIVE UPDATES

The adverse weather conditions currently affecting the British Virgin Islands have impacted the operations of several businesses, organisations and schools, prompting closures, postponements and delays in opening. Government Offices All government offices will be physically closed except for essential workers. The Office of the Deputy Governor issued a circular to all public officers informing them … Continued

Travel and Tourism

8 COMPETE FOR JUNIOR AMBASSADOR OF TOURISM

Eight Students to Compete for British Virgin Islands Junior Ambassador of Tourism Top Secondary School Debaters Vie to Represent BVI at CTO Regional Tourism Youth Congress Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 31st May 2024 – Eight outstanding students from secondary schools across the British Virgin Islands will vie for the prestigious title of Junior … Continued

CIBC CARIBBEAN ABM IMPROVES CASH ACCESS AT BEEF ISLAND AIRPORT

The BVI Airports Authority (BVIAA) has partnered with CIBC Caribbean to reintroduce an Automated Banking Machine (ABM) at the Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport. The new ABM, installed in April, has already begun to fill a much-needed void for airport customers, as revealed in a media release from CIBC Caribbean. Strategically located in front of … Continued

NO MORE OFF-SEASON: AMERICAN AIRLINES MAINTAINS BVI SERVICE ALL YEAR

American Airlines will offer uninterrupted flight service to the British Virgin Islands throughout 2024, even during the historically slower travel months of July to October. This marks the first time a major carrier has maintained continuous operations to the territory year-round. The BVI Airports Authority announced the new arrangement on Saturday, hailing it as a … Continued

NORWEGIAN SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON BVI CRUISE CANCELLATIONS

Daniel Farkas, General Council and Chief Development Officer at Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, has addressed the swirling rumours surrounding the cancellation of five cruise calls to the British Virgin Islands. Farkas vehemently denied any connection between the cancellations and purported safety concerns or the state of the territory’s infrastructure. During a press conference held on … Continued

Health
Events

BVI LINESMEN MAKE HISTORY WITH BACK-TO-BACK CARILEC RODEO WINS

A team of linesmen from the BVI Electricity Corporation made history this weekend, capturing first place in the experienced team category at the CARILEC Lineworkers Rodeo for the second straight year.  The five-man BVI crew, led by transmission and distribution foreman Donaldson Hamlet, outperformed utility teams from across the Caribbean at the annual event held … Continued

GOV’T MARKS ONE YEAR IN OFFICE, PLEDGES CONTINUED PROGRESS

Premier Dr. Natalio D. Wheatley marked his administration’s first year in office on Wednesday with a statement reflecting on the challenges and accomplishments over the past 12 months and reaffirming his commitment to building a sustainable future for the Virgin Islands. Addressing the territory, Premier Wheatley acknowledged the obstacles faced, including securing post-disaster recovery resources, … Continued

MINISTER DE CASTRO OPENS LIBRARY WEEK 2024

Hon. Sharie de Castro, Minister for Education officially opened Library Week 2024 on Monday with a written statement to the public. This year’s theme is “Libraries: Moving full STEAM Upstream,” highlighting the integral role libraries play in advancing science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM). In a statement released Minister de Castro emphasized the significance … Continued

Youth

KATS BVI EXPANDS OFFERINGS WITH NEW ADVANCED SEA SKILLS PROGRAM

The long-running Basic Sea Skills program offered by local non-profit Kids and the Sea (KATS) BVI has taken another step forward by introducing an advanced curriculum for returning students. Former KATS Assistant Director Brian Liverpool recently weighed in on this significant expansion of the initiative. Liverpool, who was heavily involved in developing and running the … Continued

SKILLFUL BALLERS JR. BASKETBALL TEAM SHINES IN ANGUILLA TOURNAMENT

The Skillful Ballers Jr. Basketball Team recently showcased their talent and determination while representing the British Virgin Islands at the Anguilla International Youth Basketball Showcase. Participating in both male and female divisions, the teams delivered impressive performances. In the male division, the Skillful Ballers emerged victorious, clinching the championship title. The team, coached by Ronald … Continued

BVI’S ADAGIO DANCE SCHOOL SHINES AT NUVO DANCE CONVENTION IN FLORIDA

Students from the Adagio Dance School have once again demonstrated their talent and dedication on the international stage, representing the British Virgin Islands with distinction at the Nuvo Dance Convention held in Florida. Among the standout performers, Daniyyel Wattley and Ja’lessa Issac made remarkable impressions in the Nubie Category, securing 9th and 7th places, respectively. … Continued

Environment

MINISTER RYMER ASSESSES DAMAGE AFTER INCLEMENT WEATHER HITS TORTOLA

This morning, the streets of Road Town saw a notable figure taking action amidst the aftermath of severe weather that swept across Tortola. The Honourable Kye Rymer, Minister of Communication and Works, ventured into the affected communities to conduct a firsthand assessment of the damage caused by the inclement weather that battered the territory. Despite … Continued

GREEN VI CULTIVATES FOOD SECURITY AND SUSTAINABLE LESSONS THROUGH SCHOOL GARDENS

In a major milestone for environmental education and sustainable agriculture in the Virgin Islands, Green VI, through the BVI SMART Schools Project has successfully established vibrant gardens at several schools across the Virgin Islands. The project is funded through an over €1.3 million allocation from the European Union’s Resilience, Sustainable Energy, and Marine Biodiversity (RESEMBID) … Continued

SIGNS POINT TO POTENTIALLY EARLY 2024 HURRICANE SEASON

 The first tropical disturbance of the year has formed in the Atlantic, signaling a possible early start to the 2024 hurricane season according to forecasters. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is monitoring an area of low-pressure producing showers and thunderstorms about 900 miles northwest of the Cabo Verde Islands. In their latest special tropical weather … Continued

Pageantry

ASHA HYNDMAN IS MISS TEEN BVI 2024

On Saturday June 1st, 2024 Contestant number one Asha Hyndman emerged as the winner of the 2024 Miss Teen BVI Pageant held at the Multi-Purpose Sports Complex. Hyndman, 19 took home awards for Miss Intellect, Best Evening Wear, Best Shero, Most Photogenic, and Best Poise. First Runner-up was Contestant # 2 Tiya Herbert, who won … Continued

MISS BVI CONTESTANTS REVEALED

The excitement is building for the Miss British Virgin Islands 2024 pageant, as the seven contestants vying for the crown were unveiled in a grand reveal on Sunday, May 12th. The grand reveal gave attendees their first glimpse of the contestants who will take the stage and provided an interactive experience for the selection of … Continued