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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

MAN FOUND DEAD AT VIRGIN GORDA RESIDENCE

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) has confirmed receiving a report of an unresponsive male at his residence in The Valley, Virgin Gorda, after 7 pm on Friday. According to the official statement, officers promptly responded to the scene and conducted thorough investigations. The male was pronounced deceased at the location. While the RVIPF … Continued

CLAUDE SKELTON CLINE ARRESTED AND CHARGED

Popular local commentator Claude Skelton Cline, a former government consultant, was arrested and charged by the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force in relation to a criminal investigation resulting from findings in audits related to the Commission of Inquiry. Cline was charged with two counts of obtaining property by deception, four counts of false accounting, and … Continued

INAUGURAL PATRICK HARRIGAN RELAYS SET TO ELECTRIFY THE A. O. SHIRLEY RECREATION GROUND

Come June 1st and 2nd, all eyes will be on the A. O. Shirley Recreation Ground as it transforms into the epicentre of athletics and community spirit for the inaugural Patrick Harrigan Relays. This much-anticipated event, organized by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports, promises to be a thrilling spectacle, blending competitive spirit with a … Continued

WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SOCIETY DAY 2024

World Telecommunications and Information Society Day (WTISD) is celebrated on 17 May annually since its establishment in 1969. The observance of WTISD aims to raise awareness about the benefits that internet and other communication technologies can bring to societies, as well as ways to bridge the digital divide. This year, the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (the … Continued

TWO MEN KILLED IN OVERNIGHT SHOOTING IN HUNTUMS GHUT

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) is investigating a fatal shooting incident that left two men dead in the Huntums Ghut area early this morning. In a statement, the RVIPF confirmed the shooting took place after 1 a.m., resulting in the deaths of two males. However, further details surrounding the circumstances of the incident … 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

OFFICIALS OUTLINE PLANS FOR CRUISE TOURISM ECONOMIC STUDY

Members of the public in the British Virgin Islands recently got a deeper look into the upcoming economic study to be conducted by the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) on cruise passenger spending patterns in the territory.  The study was first announced by Minister for Communications and Works, the Honourable Kye Rymer, during his attendance … Continued

EU, & CDEMA INK HISTORIC MOU

A pioneering agreement to bolster cooperation on integrated disaster risk management was formalized on Wednesday, bringing together the European Union and key regional actors from Latin America and the Caribbean. The historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed at a ceremony in Barbados where it was hailed by a local minister as a vital step … Continued

Local

CIBONEY AND ESHS TRIUMPH IN SECONDARY FOREIGN LANGUAGES BOWL

The Ciboney Centre for Excellence and the Elmore Stoutt High School emerged as champions of the 2024 Secondary School Foreign Languages Bowl, showcasing their mastery in Spanish and French respectively. The competition, which featured six schools from across the Virgin Islands, witnessed Ciboney Centre for Excellence clinch the Spanish segment title. With an impressive performance … 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

Regional

SAINT LUCIA DECLARES WATER EMERGENCY AMID CRITICAL SHORTAGE

The island of Saint Lucia is facing a dire water crisis, prompting authorities to declare a water-related emergency across the island. The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO), Saint Lucia’s water provider, issued the emergency declaration on Tuesday after consultations with key stakeholders. Addressing the nation in a press conference, WASCO’s CEO cited “the exceptional … Continued

U.S. REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO CURBING ILLICIT ARMS TRADE TRAFFICKING IN THE CARIBBEAN

The United States has reiterated its support for Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nations in their fight against high levels of crime and violence fueled by the illicit trafficking of firearms. This was a key focus during a recent hybrid meeting attended by U.S. partners and CARICOM Commissioners of Police. The meeting, facilitated by the CARICOM Implementation … Continued

R. CITY RECEIVES HONORARY DOCTORATES, GIVES BACK TO UVI

In a celebratory move highlighting Virgin Islands talent on the global stage, hitmaking musical duo R. City was bestowed with honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees from the University of the Virgin Islands during its 60th Commencement Ceremony.   Brothers Theron and Timothy Thomas, widely hailed brilliant seeds from Virgin Islands soil” by UVI President Dr. … Continued

BOMB THREATS LINKED TO CASE OF AMERICANS DETAINED IN TURKS AND CAICOS

The recent bomb threat made at the TB Lettsome International Airport is among a wave of bomb threats disrupting airports across the Caribbean and is believed to be connected to the case of four Americans charged in Turks and Caicos for ammunition possession.  The families of Michael Lee Evans, Bryan Hagerich, Tyler Scott Wenrich and … Continued

World

ASTRAZENECA WITHDRAWS COVID-19 VACCINE WORLDWIDE

AstraZeneca, the British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant, has announced the global withdrawal of its COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, following months of controversy surrounding its safety profile. The decision comes amid concerns over very rare, but life-threatening, side effects associated with the vaccine. The withdrawal of Vaxzevria extends beyond the European Union (EU), where the company had already discontinued … 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

Sports

WOLUES FC CLINCHES HISTORIC BVI NATIONAL LEAGUE TITLE

In a thrilling showdown at the Greenland Football Field on Sunday, May 12, Wolues FC secured their maiden BVI Football Association’s National League title with a sensational victory over second-place Islanders FC. Entering the highly anticipated clash with just a one-point advantage over Islanders FC, Wolues (42 points) knew that a draw or win would … Continued

DIAMANTE DELIVERS IN THE DISCUS AT SLC CHAMPIONSHIPS WITH 2ND CONSECUTIVE GOLD

Diamante Gumbs secured his second consecutive gold medal in the men’s discus event at the 2024 Southland Conference Outdoor Championships on Saturday, outshining his twin brother Djimon Gumbs who settled for the silver medal. Representing Northwestern State University (NSU) with distinction, Diamante’s impressive victory came from his first attempt, launching the discus to a remarkable … Continued

MCMASTER TAKES 2ND PLACE AT THE JAMAICA ATHLETICS INVITATIONAL

Olympian Kyron McMaster returned to the Jamaica Athletics Invitational with high expectations but settled for a commendable second-place finish in his first 400-meter hurdles race of 2024 at the island’s National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday. McMaster, the World Championship silver medalist, entered the race as the favourite, however, it was Jamaica’s Malik James-King who … Continued

Politics

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR LAUNCHES TRAINING ON NEW LABOUR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Today marks the commencement of training on the new Labour Management System for the staff of the Department of Labour and Workforce Development. The training, estimated to last over the next two weeks, signals a significant milestone in the modernization efforts of the department. The announcement was made last Friday by Deputy Premier and Minister … Continued

PREMIER EXPRESSES CONFIDENCE IN RVIPF’S NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY

Premier Dr. the Honourable Natalio Wheatley has conveyed his unwavering confidence in the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force’s (RVIPF) comprehensive four-year national security strategy, designed to combat crime effectively throughout the territory. Responding to queries posed by Opposition Leader Honourable Ronnie Skelton in the House of Assembly on Thursday, Premier Wheatley outlined the key components … Continued

HAITI TRANSITIONAL COUNCIL TO VOTE FOR NEW PRESIDENT

Haiti’s transitional council is scheduled to vote for a new President today, aiming to stabilize the nation’s political landscape and leadership amidst escalating gang violence. The election is set to occur at the prime minister’s Villa d’Accueil office this  morning, as stated in an official announcement. This pivotal event represents a significant stride towards restoring … Continued

Business

BELLOWS INTERNATIONAL JOINS CARIBBEAN CELLARS BVI

Bellows international is now in the British Virgin Islands. They have proudly expanded over into the British Virgin Islands under the name Bellows International BVI. Bellows International has operated in the USVI for over 30 years and now quickly making an impact in the BVI, acquiring the Diageo portfolio which includes mega brands like Johnnie … Continued

CAREY OLSEN GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY

This past week the office of Carey Olsen in the British Virgin Islands proudly gave back to the BVI Community. The agency said, “At the end of 2023, instead of making traditional gifts to our business clients, Carey Olsen (BVI) L.P. opted to make donations to five remarkable local charities chosen by our staff from … Continued

Entertainment

“IF YOU’RE PASSIONATE ABOUT IT, DON’T GIVE UP” – EMBERSON-BAIN TO YOUNG CREATIVES

BVIslander Sophia Emberson-Bain is encouraging aspiring actors and actresses across the Virgin Islands who are passionate about the profession to utilise all available tools, including technology to shed light on their respective talents. Emberson-Bain recently featured in the blockbuster movie “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire” the second highest-grossing movie of 2024, recording approximately $359.1 million internationally … Continued

UVI TO BESTOW HONORARY DEGREES ON ROCK CITY’S THERON AND TIMOTHY THOMAS

In an official statement the University of the Virgin Islands announced its selection for honorary doctorate degrees. The statement said, “The University of the Virgin Islands will bestow honorary degrees on Theron Thomas and Timothy Thomas, recording industry celebrities known professionally as “Rock City,” and Virgin Islands Election System Supervisor Caroline Fawkes, an aviation trailblazer, … Continued

TWO VIRGIN ISLANDS MUSIC FESTIVALS AIM FOR UNIFIED TOURISM BOOST

With two major music festivals soon taking place in the Virgin Islands, questions have arisen about why the long-running Virgin Islands Music Festival and the new One VI Music Festival are being held as separate events. BVI Tourist Board Events Manager Dirk Walters has provided insight into the situation. According to Walters, the key reason … Continued

Community

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

R. CITY RECEIVES HONORARY DOCTORATES, GIVES BACK TO UVI

In a celebratory move highlighting Virgin Islands talent on the global stage, hitmaking musical duo R. City was bestowed with honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees from the University of the Virgin Islands during its 60th Commencement Ceremony.   Brothers Theron and Timothy Thomas, widely hailed brilliant seeds from Virgin Islands soil” by UVI President Dr. … Continued

Crime

BOMB THREATS LINKED TO CASE OF AMERICANS DETAINED IN TURKS AND CAICOS

The recent bomb threat made at the TB Lettsome International Airport is among a wave of bomb threats disrupting airports across the Caribbean and is believed to be connected to the case of four Americans charged in Turks and Caicos for ammunition possession.  The families of Michael Lee Evans, Bryan Hagerich, Tyler Scott Wenrich and … 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

Government

UNCERTAINTY LOOMS OVER THE RETURN OF HORSE RACING FOR 70TH EMANCIPATION CELEBRATIONS

Premier and Minister of Finance Dr. the Honourable Natalio Wheatley has expressed his desire to have horse racing back in the territory but uncertainty remains as to whether it will return in time for the 70th Emancipation celebrations. The recent triumph of Lesmore Smith, clinching his fourth USVI Governor’s Cup in St. Thomas, reignited discussions surrounding … Continued

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR LAUNCHES TRAINING ON NEW LABOUR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Today marks the commencement of training on the new Labour Management System for the staff of the Department of Labour and Workforce Development. The training, estimated to last over the next two weeks, signals a significant milestone in the modernization efforts of the department. The announcement was made last Friday by Deputy Premier and Minister … Continued

Andrew Fahie Trial

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

LEGAL DRAMA CONTINUES – FAHIE REQUESTS FOR THE COURT TO EXERCISE DISCRETION

Former Premier Andrew Fahie has requested the court to exercise its discretion and repoll Jurors B and C regarding their recently published guilty verdicts following his trial. The 12-member jury found Fahie guilty of four counts on Thursday, relating to conspiracy to import a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of cocaine into the … Continued

Press Release

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

“REMEMBER MY NAME” PERFORMING ARTS PRODUCTION RATED AS A SUCCESS

Director of Culture, Dr. Katherine Smith has lauded the “Remember My Name” performing arts production that honoured ten Virgin Islands heroes as a major success. Dr. Smith said the performance made an earnest call for Virgin Islanders to reflect on the significant contributions made by the ten recently designated heroes and their altruistic efforts towards … Continued

Travel and Tourism

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

BVI TO HONOR ATHLETES, AND CULTURE AT AIRPORT

Premier Dr. the Hon. Natalio Wheatley has announced plans to showcase the British Virgin Islands’ athletes, culture, and tourism product prominently at the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport. Wheatley said the goal is to erect images and displays honoring the Territory’s sporting heroes and highlighting various aspects of BVI culture throughout the airport terminal. Junior … Continued

BOMB THREATS LINKED TO CASE OF AMERICANS DETAINED IN TURKS AND CAICOS

The recent bomb threat made at the TB Lettsome International Airport is among a wave of bomb threats disrupting airports across the Caribbean and is believed to be connected to the case of four Americans charged in Turks and Caicos for ammunition possession.  The families of Michael Lee Evans, Bryan Hagerich, Tyler Scott Wenrich and … Continued

Weather

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

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

Health

ASTRAZENECA WITHDRAWS COVID-19 VACCINE WORLDWIDE

AstraZeneca, the British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant, has announced the global withdrawal of its COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, following months of controversy surrounding its safety profile. The decision comes amid concerns over very rare, but life-threatening, side effects associated with the vaccine. The withdrawal of Vaxzevria extends beyond the European Union (EU), where the company had already discontinued … Continued

BVIHSA RAMPS UP PREPAREDNESS AHEAD OF HURRICANE SEASON

In anticipation of the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season on 1st June, the British Virgin Islands Health Services Authority (BVIHSA) has activated its disaster preparedness plan. The activation is part of the organization’s readiness mandate and also in light of forecasts predicting increased tropical storm activity. On 4th April, the Tropical Weather and … Continued

CO-PARENTING SEMINAR HIGHLIGHTS CHILD PROTECTION THROUGH HEALTHY FAMILY DYNAMICS

The Social Development Department hosted a conscious co-parenting seminar this month aimed at emphasizing the link between positive co-parenting and safeguarding children from abuse and neglect. The event was part of activities recognizing Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month in the Virgin Islands. Laurel Freeman, Programme Director for Children and Family Support Services, stated that … 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

Youth

CIBONEY AND ESHS TRIUMPH IN SECONDARY FOREIGN LANGUAGES BOWL

The Ciboney Centre for Excellence and the Elmore Stoutt High School emerged as champions of the 2024 Secondary School Foreign Languages Bowl, showcasing their mastery in Spanish and French respectively. The competition, which featured six schools from across the Virgin Islands, witnessed Ciboney Centre for Excellence clinch the Spanish segment title. With an impressive performance … Continued

CIBONEY CROWNED CHAMPIONS OF THE 2024 PRIMARY SCHOOLS FOREIGN LANGUAGE BOWL

Ciboney School of Excellence emerged victorious in the highly anticipated 2024 Primary School Foreign Language Bowl, securing the coveted title of champions in a fiercely competitive contest. Competing against 13 other schools, Ciboney School of Excellence showcased exceptional linguistic skills and cultural knowledge to claim the top spot in the competition. The trio of Marley … Continued

NO IN-PERSON CLASSES AT ESHS ON FRIDAY, MAY 3RD

Elmore Stoutt High School will transition to remote learning this Friday, May 3rd in response to undisclosed incidents of “extreme misconduct” that occurred on the school’s campus this week. In a notice released on Thursday night, the school’s administration stated that the move to virtual classes on Friday was made “as our primary concern is … 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

Pageantry

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