The allegations of police misconduct surfaced last December during and following the arrest of two men.
The International Monetary Fund says grants from the United Kingdom are used to finance around half of Montserrat’s expenditure.
The Ministry of Communications Works and Labour in Montserrat has advised residents to contact FlyMontserrat and SVG Air for further updates and to confirm travel arrangements.
The emergency ferry docking facility was handed over this week at a ceremony attended by officials of Antigua and Barbuda and Montserrat and representatives of the EU.
The reorganisation comes days after a new Constitution took effect.
A team of IMF officials are examining how the British Overseas Territory is performing.
The island's chief minister says it's a necessary step to engage with donor countries for future financial support.
The UK tells the British Overseas Territory that it must live within its means.
The call from the Chief Minister and Financial Secretary comes as the government says it expects a major shortfall in expected tax revenue.
An official says it’s a work in progress for the British Overseas Territory.
Hundreds watched the arrival of the body of Montserrat’s former leader Dr. John A. Osborne days before he is laid to rest.
The ministry responsible for air traffic says the fare increase on an airline that will have the monopoly in a few weeks was unexpected.
John Osborne passes away at the age of 74.
Despite some concern-raising eruptions by the Soufriere Hills volcano earlier this year, Montserratian tourism officials are hoping travelers will still flock to the island for its annual year-end carnival.