Month: May 2005
VI COMPREHENSIVE DISASTER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY GETS CABINET APPROVAL
The 2014-2018 Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) Strategy and Programme Framework recently approved by Cabinet, seeks to further institutionalise an integrated...
WEATHER FORECAST FOR MAY 28
Some low level moisture moving into the islands could increase the chance of some passing showers.
ANOTHER 15 PERSONS BEGIN COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM TRAINING
The Department of Disaster Management (DDM) and the BVI Red Cross are continuing their concerted effort to build resilience in...
5.3 EARTHQUAKE OCCURS 150 MILES WEST OF SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
There is no tsunami threat for the BVI following an earthquake this afternoon.
COMMUNITY MEETING ON VIRGIN GORDA
The Department of Disaster Management is holding a community meeting on Virgin Gorda, June 5th 2013 at the Catholic Community...
DDM PINS POLICE AND FIRE AS PART OF TSUNAMI READY RECOGNITION
In recognition of the valuable support of its partners in the successful pursuit of TsunamiReady recognition for the Territory
PRESS RELEASE – BVI RECEIVES TSUNAMI READY RECOGNITION AWARD IN ST.THOMAS TODAY
A delegation from the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) is in St. Thomas today to receive the TsunamiReady recognition award.
FLASH FLOOD WARNING DOWNGRADED TO A FLASH FLOOD WATCH
THE FLASH FLOOD WARNING WAS DOWNGRADED TO A FLASH FLOOD WATCH WHICH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6PM TODAY
FLASH FLOOD WARNING ISSUED FOR THE VI
THE ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE HAS ISSUED A FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR LOW LYINGFLOOD PRONE AREAS AND OF THE...
FLASH FLOOD WARNING EXTENDED TO MIDNIGHT
THE ANTIGUA MET SERVICE HAS EXTENDED THE FLASH FLOOD WARNING TO MIDNIGHT
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