School administrators throughout the Territory are being urged to secure equipment and all materials at schools in anticipation of Hurricane Irma.
The public is informed that the Local Authors’ Book Fair scheduled for Friday, September 8, has been postponed due to the expectancy of Hurricane Irma.
The new food handler’s session scheduled for Thursday September 7 is cancelled as a result of the impending hurricane.
Virgin Islanders, Residents and Visitors, good day!
As you are aware, Hurricane Irma is approaching the Territory and is predicted to start impacting our islands as a powerful category 4 hurricane on Wednesday.
Good day one and all.
By now, you should be on high alert as we prepare for intense weather conditions expected from Hurricane Irma, which as of 11:00a.m was located near latitude 16.8 degrees North, longitude 53.3 degrees West.
Booth owners are reminded to remove all erected booths, dismantled structures and/or materials from the Festival Grounds in Road Town.
The public is advised that the Civil Registry & Passport Office’s Passport Office Division will be moving to the first floor of the Sakal Place located next to Tobacco Wharf.
The Honourable Justice K. Neville Adderley has been appointed to serve as a High Court Judge, Commercial Division, of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Territory of the Virgin Islands
Persons who were employed to assist with the cleanup following the recent flood are asked to submit their documents to allow for timely payments.
Small and medium enterprises that were significantly affected by the passing of the tropical wave on August 7 are the focus of an outreach programme.