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The Virgin Islands Public Works Department officially received two completed drainage improvement structures in Nibbs Ghut, Sea Cows Bay earlier this month. No Limit Construction built and installed two custom gabion structures designed to limit...
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With seismic activity continuing in the region, the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) is encouraging the public to prepare early to participate in the annual Caribe Wave regional tsunami exercise on March 19. This year’s...
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Mangrove conservationists from across the Virgin Islands met yesterday January 30 with their international counterparts to share strategies and lessons learnt on how to carry forward mangrove restoration works in the Territory. Minister of Natural...
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The Organisation for Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is seeking a Consultant to Develop a Training Manual and Conduct a Training of Trainers Workshop on Disaster Risk Assessment, Preparation and Response for Vulnerable Persons with Diabetes...
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The United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office will provide specialised training and equipment to the Virgin Islands Territorial Search and Rescue Team (TSART) through a Memorandum of Understanding signed yesterday at Government House. The agreement...
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20th January 2020 - A weak frontal trough is affecting the area and will continue produce cloudiness and showers across the Islands today and tonight. Meanwhile hazardous sea conditions persist between 2.4 to 3.1 metres...
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19th January 2020 - Some moisture and instability persisting across the region from a weakened frontal boundary will maintain a high chance of showers across the region. Northerly swells propagating from a strong low pressure...
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18th January 2020 - A small craft advisory goes into effect after midnight tonight for the waters of the British Virgin Islands. This may be upgraded to a warning tomorrow. Hazardous seas, due to fresh...