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Woman Charged After ONDCP Drug Bust

On Monday, 14th January 2019, the Office of National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP) with assistance from other Law Enforcement partners conducted an...

Antigua ready to welcome Island Girls

With history about to be made, officials say Antigua and Barbufa is more than ready to roll out the red carpet to...

NOTICE: Access restriction to Sand Haven Beach at Dickenson Bay

Beach users, marinas and small craft operators are advised that the Sand Haven section of Runaway Bay will be closed to the public access...

Dutch Team Wins Atlantic Rowing Challenge

The first team to complete the 2018 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge arrived at the Nelsons Dockyard last evening. The...

Sandals pulls out of Tobago

(LOOP) Sandals Resort International has announced that it is pulling out of the Tobago project - one which was expected to...

Colombia agrees to further assistance for Antigua and Barbuda

Colombia's Foreign Affairs Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo Garcia has pledged to further sssista Antigua and Baruda in sports and other areas.

ABEC Can’t Find Suitable Building For Registration On Barbuda

The Antigua Barbud Electroal Commission says its preparing to hold counil elections on Barbuda due on March. It said...

CARICOM Secretary General says youth crime and violence demands a regional solution

A two-day conference aimed at examining and redefining violence prevention solutions as it relates to youth violence and prevention in the Caribbean...

“Burger” charged, remanded to prison

Murder suspect, Calvin “Burger” James was remanded to prison today when he made his first court appearance since being captured by police...

VIDEO: Several Charged After One Nation Concert Brawl

The police confirmed today that a number of individuals were charged in connection with a brawl that occurred right after Saturday's One...

GG Welcomes Sailing Programme For Disabled

Governor General Sir Rodney Williams has welcomed a programme which offers the persons with disabilities the opportunity for social interaction and...

Board warns against illegal use of pesticides

The Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board (PTCCB) today called on residents to report the sale and use of unregistered chemicals

Top Cop Says Thanks After Capture Of Antigua’s Most Wanted

Acting Commissioner of Police Atlee Rodney is thanking members of the public who helped in the capture of double murder accused Calvin...

E-book Scandal Exposed, PM Warns Of Consequences

Prime Minister Gaston Browne is warning of consequences for officials and others who signed a contract for the provision of e-books to...

350K Is ‘Immaterial’ Says PM

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the approximately 350 thousand dollars spent on Saturday's One Nation Concert is "immaterial." The...

Earthquake recorded off Antigua, region

Several countries in the region were rocked by a magnitude 3.4 earthquake early Sunday. The United States Geological Survey...

‘Burger’ Caught

The man wanted for the October 2018 double killing has been caught. Calvin Burger James was apprehended by police...

Antigua Ready To Welcome England Cricket Team

The government says Antigua and Barbuda is ready to host West Indies v England matches to be played here later this month.

Blackpine Engine to be transferred to state

An engine set for the generation of electricity known as the Blackpine is to be transferred from the Antigua Power Company...

Gov’t Making Appointments to Cannabis Board

The government is putting measures in place to finalise the appointment of members to sit on the board authority, a requirement of...

E-books Scheme Going Ahead

It appears that the controversial e-books initiative of the Ministry of Education is about to become permanent. The scheme...

10 Suspected Dengue Cases In Antigua, No Outbreak

The Ministry of Health says there have been ten suspected cases of dengue fever in Antigua and Barbuda in recent months, placing...

Gov’t To Borrow More From Credit Suisse

The government says the Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC has agreed to lend it even more money. Officials from the company’s...

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