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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Millions in cost overruns at ADOMS and Treasury buildings

More than two years after it's scheduled completion, and after millions in cost overruns, the Antigua & Barbuda Department of Marine Services & Merchant Shipping...

Regular supplies of sand to come from Guyana

The Cabinet says it will immediately begin the importation of sand from Guyana, on a permanent basis, to satisfy the demand for building materials. Since...

APUA responds to lone protester

Martin’s Village’s Thalia Parker-Baptiste’s one-woman protest yesterday outside the head office of the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) has quickly gone viral on social...

Feeling the heat: AC units promised for Gray’s Farm Clinic

(PRESS RELEASE) Major Upgrades coming to the Grays-Farm Community Clinic as Health, Wellness and the Environment Minister promises half a dozen Air Condition Unit during...

Elderly man still missing after ten days

(PRESS RELEASE) The Police and the family of 76-year-old Casper Bellot of King Obstinate Drive Gray’s Farm are appealing for help in finding him. He...

Acting top cop says crime is down

The police hierarchy is celebrating a decline in the number of reported crimes for the first six months of the year. "I am happy to...

Help needed for prosthesis recipient

The Halo Foundation Youth Team (Generation Y) today handed over a cheque for EC$2000 to Jacqueline Ferris as a contribution towards the purchase of...

Drugs seized at the General Post Office

(Press Release) Officers from the Narcotics and K-9 unit while on routine patrol at the General Post Office on Tuesday 17th July, 2018, the K-9 indicated...

European Union steps up hurricane recovery support for Barbuda

The European Union on Tuesday signed three new agreements with St. Lucia, Dominica and Antigua and Barbuda, to support post-hurricane recovery and reconstructions efforts. The...

CARICOM commission recommends legalisation of cannabis

(iWN) The CARICOM Regional Commission on Marijuana has recommended that marijuana be legalised and regulated, much like alcohol. “The analysis of the comprehensive information gathered indicates...

Basketball star “Termite” hopeful of saving his eye

One of Antigua and Barbuda’s greatest basketball stars Lennox “Termite” McCoy is fighting to save his left eye after a freak accident in his...

One artist out; Flow Party Monarch Semfinals lineup released

Alvin Livingstone has left the country. The soca semifinalist had planned, and paid for, a Mediterranean cruise back in 2017. Once qualifying for the semis,...

U12 Tennis girls successful in prelims of ITF Trinidad tournament

Team Antigua and Barbuda girls went undefeated on day one of the SR4 ITF/COTECC Team Championships in Trinidad and Tobago. In singles competition, number-one-ranked Brasha...

Road to La Gomera: Team Antigua Island Girls complete Island circumnavigation

It took 74 hours for Antigua’s third team to the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge to row around the island. For Team Antigua Island Girls, this...

Motorcyclist badly injured in traffic collision

A motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital tonight following a collision with car on Dickenson Bay Street after 9 pm. The young man, who sustained...

Completion of ‘Knuckle Block’ project delayed

Construction of the multi-million dollar Gray's Green Community Complex is projected to be completed by August 31 more than one month after the promised...

Arrivals by air and sea up say officials

 Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Officials have reported that, for the first time in over fifteen years, Antigua and Barbuda has shown the strongest overall...

Man on Trial for Murder Taken to Crime Scene

Murder Accused Facundo Guerrero was today taken to the area where prosecutors say he killed 37-year-old Miguel Olivero in 2013. The High Court visited the...

Antigua and Barbuda says thanks to Morocco for hurricane relief assistance

Minister of Foreign Affairs EP Chet Greene has thanked Morocco for quickly coming to the aid of Barbuda after hurricane Irma. His comments came as...

Flow is main private sector sponsor of carnival for yet another year

Flow Antigua and Barbuda is once again the Diamond sponsor of Antigua’s Carnival, the Caribbean’s greatest summer festival. The Company demonstrated this in a tangible...

Central Bank makes 10 million in profits after years of losses

Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Timothy Antoine says the Bank is now on the right track after it recorded $10.8 million in...

In storm-hit Barbuda, China fills void left by Western ‘neglect’

(AFP) — Steel drums carry a jubilant rendition of "Guantanamera" over the ruins of Barbuda's capital Codrington, as dignitaries and residents mark the latest...

MP Asot Michael returns home after successful surgery

Member of Parliament for St. Peter The Honorable Asot Michael returned to Antigua and Barbuda today, eager to return to parliament to serve his constituents. Michael...

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