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Serious Port Purcell Issues Persist

A year and months after hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Territory’s main cargo port – Port Purcell is still having issues. The disclosure was made by Marquese Maduro, who is the Project Manager on the Contractor Registration Form, a project aimed at creating a registry of contractors in the Territory. While speaking on a government radio program Maduro noted that ...

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Serious Port Purcell Issues Persist

A year and months after hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Territory’s main cargo port – Port Purcell is still having issues. The disclosure was made by Marquese Maduro, who is the Project Manager on the Contractor Registration Form, a project aimed at creating a registry of contractors in the Territory. While speaking on a government radio program Maduro noted that ...

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VIP Announces At Large Candidates

Leader of the Opposition and Chairman of the Virgin Islands Party has dared the Government to call elections – as he announced that the VIP now has a full slate of candidates ready to go to the polls. Hon. Fahie launched the challenge on 1 December during a press conference that was called to announce that the VIP congress had ...

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VIP Announces At Large Candidates

Leader of the Opposition and Chairman of the Virgin Islands Party has dared the Government to call elections – as he announced that the VIP now has a full slate of candidates ready to go to the polls. Hon. Fahie launched the challenge on 1 December during a press conference that was called to announce that the VIP congress had ...

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Hon. Skelton Discusses High School Wall

Former Cabinet member and previous Minister for Health and Social Development Hon. Ronnie Skelton is distancing himself from the issues reported in the Auditor General report on the Elmore Stoutt High School perimeter wall. The former NDP member told the media on Tuesday that although he was part of the decision making process in Cabinet he is not in agreement ...

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Hon. Skelton Discusses High School Wall

Former Cabinet member and previous Minister for Health and Social Development Hon. Ronnie Skelton is distancing himself from the issues reported in the Auditor General report on the Elmore Stoutt High School perimeter wall. The former NDP member told the media on Tuesday that although he was part of the decision making process in Cabinet he is not in agreement ...

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Autobiography of Lewis Stephenson Hunte, QC, Published

Long time BVI resident and Barbados born, Attorney-at-law Lewis Stephenson Hunte Q.C. who is known for his wit and stories of days gone-by has penned these nuggets of interest in his recently released autobiography – “Memoirs of a Caribbean Lawyer”. The 246-page book takes the reader through the life of the Queen’s Counsel with information about his ancestry, school years ...

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Autobiography of Lewis Stephenson Hunte, QC, Published

Long time BVI resident and Barbados born, Attorney-at-law Lewis Stephenson Hunte Q.C. who is known for his wit and stories of days gone-by has penned these nuggets of interest in his recently released autobiography – “Memoirs of a Caribbean Lawyer”. The 246-page book takes the reader through the life of the Queen’s Counsel with information about his ancestry, school years ...

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VIP Candidate For 3Rd District Says She Is The Voice Of Young People

Dr. Arlene Smith-Thompson, retired educator and public servant is currently seeking to become the first female representative of the Third Electoral District. 2018 was an interesting year for Dr. Smith-Thompson who completed her doctoral degree in the wake of hurricanes Irma and Maria, while dealing with the personal issues that arose from those disasters. Now in closing this year she ...

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VIP Candidate For 3Rd District Says She Is The Voice Of Young People

Dr. Arlene Smith-Thompson, retired educator and public servant is currently seeking to become the first female representative of the Third Electoral District. 2018 was an interesting year for Dr. Smith-Thompson who completed her doctoral degree in the wake of hurricanes Irma and Maria, while dealing with the personal issues that arose from those disasters. Now in closing this year she ...

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