Taking No Risk

The Government of the British Virgin Islands led by Premier and Minister of Finance Dr the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, cancelled two cruise ship calls to the territory as the cruise season winds down. They were scheduled for the 15 and 16 August.

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Stood Down

Premier Dr the Honourable D Orlando Smith setting the record straight said that the RFA Mounts Bay, the British ship, was not turned back; stating that it was the UK Ministry of Defence who had put RFA Mounts Bay, its crew and assets on standby and had instructed the ship to sail closer to BVI to assist if requested to do so.

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Tropical Cyclone Alert

The Department of Disaster Management (DDM) has placed the Territory on alert for a tropical cyclone.

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Puerto Rico Experts Assess Damage

The assessment of the damage to the British Virgin Islands’ main isle of Tortola, in the aftermath of the recent extensive flash flooding, continues with the arrival of three technical drainage and landslide experts from nearby Puerto Rico.

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Red Cross: No More Clothes

In the wake of severe losses suffered by many families consequent of the August 7th and 8th Flash floods, the BVI Red Cross has been overwhelmed with donations of clothing.

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