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Antigua struggles with illegal dumping

By Brenton Henry Despite the pleas and efforts over the years to curtail illegal dumping, for Antigua & Barbuda, the problem doesn’t seem to be...

Sir Gerald says GG cannot act alone

Queens Counsel Sir Gerald Watt says the governor general, on his own, cannot call a commission of inquiry into the so called Odebrecht scandal. “In...

No jail time for weed convicts

Only fines were imposed when four men were convicted on marijuana related offences in the St. John’s Magistrates Court yesterday. But the men who were...

Officials probe classroom ‘sex’ tape

  There are more calls for sex education to be taught in school as the ministry of education probes a so called sex in class...

Grand send off for 16 ministry of works retirees

The Ministry of Works has paid tribute to 16 former employees who served a combined 416 years working at the government department. "You guys...

Lovell denies close relations with John Ashe

United Progressive Party leader Harold Lovell on Friday said that the former United Nations President, the late John Ashe, lied when he spoke of...

Accident in Clark’s Hill

This car is badly damaged but the driver escaped major injuries after running off the All Saints main road. The driver lost control and slammed...

Weekend crash victim placed in induced coma

The passenger is a car which crashed on Factory Road on Saturday has been placed in an induced coma as health authorities do all...

Shut the country down- UPP caretaker to workers

The Antigua & Barbuda Workers Union joined forces with the main opposition United Progressive Party, by promising to reclaim Antigua and Barbuda for the...

ABLP AND AT&LU note improvements for workers

The Antigua & Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) and the Antigua Trades & Labour Union marked the 66th anniversary of Labour Day celebrations here, by...