HLSCC LEADS THE WAY IN DEVELOPING CYBERSECURITY PROFESSIONALS IN THE BVI

In response to the increasing demand for highly skilled cyber security professionals in the region, the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC) has partnered with the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) – the world’s leading not-for-profit member association for cybersecurity professionals – to help students gain sought-after cybersecurity certifications to increase their employability … Continued

RVIPF OFFERING PENALTY FREE TINT TESTING

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force is set to conduct tint testing this Friday, March 15, from 3 to 5 pm at the Road Town Police Station. The motoring public is encouraged to make the most of this initiative, as there will be no penalties for illegal tint readings. Taxi operators are also strongly encouraged … Continued

SIDS CHILDREN AND YOUTH ACTION SUMMIT OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED IN BARBADOS

A first-of-its-kind summit placing young people at the forefront of discussions on the challenges facing Small Island Developing States (SIDS) was officially launched on Monday. The SIDS Children and Youth Action Summit will bring together 60 young delegates to drive “meaningful change” on a range of issues threatening the future of SIDS. The event, facilitated … Continued

MIAMI JUDGE LETS GUILTY VERDICTS STAND AGAINST ANDREW FAHIE

Today Thursday March 7th, 2024 in an unprecedented decision, U.S District Judge Kathleen Williams subpoenaed two jurors who expressed grievances and initially sought to recant their guilty vote in the trial of former British Virgin Islands premier Andrew Fahie on drug trafficking. Today, only one of the two jurors showed up in the judge’s courtroom. … Continued

FEDERAL PROSECUTORS & DEFENSE ATTORNEYS RETURN TO COURTROOM TODAY OVER JURORS’ BACKTRACKING IN ANDREW FAHIE TRAIL

Today March 7th, 2024 in Florida, USA, federal prosecutors and defense attorneys are expected to return to court to seek to resolve post trial backtracking by jurors in the trail against former BVI Premier Andrew A. Fahie. Fahie who remains in custody, was scheduled to be sentenced on April 29th, 2024, after he was convicted … Continued