Saturday, February 13, 2010

News From the British Virgin Islands

 
It seems to me the only way to reduce the foreign work permits, is to cancel the BVI belonger passports and refuse to let BVI belongers work anywhere  but the BVI.
Smith Questions Aspects of Proposed New Work Permit Policy
Platinum News Online
Speaking on what he called the proposed one rule work permit policy, Smith said that he is concerned about it because in the BVI, "many of our small ...
 
Soufriere Hills explosion disrupts flight in Eastern Caribbean
Jamaica Observer
Residents have become accustomed to a heightened volcano alert level, which has been in place for the past two months, since activity at Soufriere Hills ...
 
Vocanic ash going everywhere...
Caribbean Hurricane Network
Above a satellite image from MODIS/Terra showing the volcanic ash from the recent dome collapse of Soufriere Hills on Montsersat. ...
 
LIAT Suspends Services to Dominica and Guadeloupe
Platinum News Online
... that it has been forced to suspend services to Dominica and Guadeloupe because of airborne ash clouds from the Soufriere Hills Volcano in Montserrat. ...
 
Work to begin shortly on improvements to the Virgin Gorda Airport
BVI News Online
BY PRESS RELEASE Friday February 12th, 2010 - Road Town, Tortola – A contract for the geotechnical survey at the Taddy Bay Airport on Virgin Gorda could be ...
 
Life in the British Virgin Islands...
Caribbean Hurricane Network
After spending millions on the Roundabout traffic lights in Road Town Tortola, they are being taken down again. Talk about a waste of money! ...
 
Tortola & Virgin Gorda (BVI) - Local Reports (Caribbean Hurricane ...
By stormCARIB
The Volcano Blew! By DearMissMermaid at aol.com; Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 19:30:45 EST ...... Reading Hurricanes & Hangovers: and other tall tales and loose lies. By DearMissMermaid at aol.com; Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2010 12:04:00 EST ...
 
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AFP
Ash from Monserrat volcano disrupts Caribbean flights
AFP
Montserrat's Soufriere Hills volcano erupted Thursday, sending a plume of ash 10 kilometers (six miles) high into the sky, the Montserrat Volcano ...

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