Topic: Electricity, Government Information Services | Posted By: kduncan
Friday, 4 September 2015 - 7:00pm
Phase V includes the extension and expansion of the BVIEC's facility by adding two new WARTSILA generators, a new central control room, and transmission cables between Pockwood Pond and Long Bush. This phase commenced on March 23 with the turning of the soil at the Pockwood Pond Power Station.
The Cruise Pier project is making great strides. The project has seen tremendous changes and from our last video presentation, buildings 2 and 3 are complete and were signed over to the BVI Ports Authority.
Topic: Government Information Services | Posted By: kduncan
Thursday, 6 August 2015 - 1:30pm
Honourable Vanterpool said that through the Ministry of Communications and Works, the Government will be concentrating on stabilising the supply of electricity, upgrading the water distribution network, fixing the sewerage system, developing the city of Road Town and seeking means of providing renewable energy.
Topic: Gender Affairs, Public Health | Posted By: aphillip
Friday, 31 July 2015 - 4:15pm
Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Ronnie W. Skelton entertains a courtesy visit by Minister of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs of the Cayman Islands Government, Honourable Tara Rivers, JP, MLA on July 30, 2015.
The Honourable Premier, Dr. D. Orlando Smith, OBE, entertaining a courtesy visit by Commanding Officer of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFL) Lyme Bay, Captain Paul Minter, RFA (L), along with Defence Attaché, Patrick Brown (R).
Acting Director of Shipping in the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry, Captain Raman Bala AFNI is pictured here during the recently held public meeting for persons with interests in maritime affairs. He was addressing queries raised on the effects of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 on BVI mariners, yacht owners and other stakeholders.
The Department of Youth Affairs and Sports (DYAS) recently completed a series of sessions with key stakeholders from a variety of youth focused agencies and organisations through which it obtained input on the Virgin Islands National Youth Policy.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Natural Resources and Labour, Dr. the Honourable Kedrick Pickering led a delegation to Jost Van Dyke last week to discuss ways the team could continue to collaborate in preserving the island’s natural environment and further strengthen the tourism product.