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Martin Elated At Latest Accolade For Nelson’s Dockyard

The Commissioner of the National Parks Authority (NPA) Mrs. Anne-Marie Martin has expressed delight that the Nelson’s Dockyard has earned yet another important award....

Ministry distributes mosquito nets, urges continued vigilance on Mosquito Control

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment has distributed over one thousand mosquito nets to health facilities around the island.

Nelson’s Dockyard voted Best Caribbean Attraction

Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua and Barbuda, has been voted Best Attraction in the Caribbean. Nelson’s Dockyard, the only continuously working Georgian naval dockyard...

Former Tourism Minister Says New Tourism Bill Will Elevate Local Sector

The Tourism Licensing and Classification Act passed in Parliament this week will help Antigua and Barbuda meet the service requirements of tourists from around...

House Passes Bill To Impose Large Fines and Jail Time for Littering

“We’ve had a problem in Antigua & Barbuda in succeeding in keeping this country clean”, Health Minister, Molwyn Joseph told parliament as...

Parliament Approves Bill to Regulate Tourism Service Providers

The Lower House of Parliament today passed a bill making it mandatory for all tourism service providers to obtain a license to...

Governor General Wants Government House To Be The ‘People’s House’

The Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda, His Excellency, Sir Rodney Williams, says he wants Antiguans and Barbudans to embrace the historic Government House...

St. Peter MP And Former Tourism Minister Speaks On Tourism Licensing & Classification Bill...

Mr. Speaker Let me first of all commend the Attorney General for putting this bill before us for its second...

ABS Staff Strike Again After Letter From P.S

ABS workers are on strike after being told that they will not be paid for the period in which they protested last...

New primary grade assessment framework for OECS school

Parents and students in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) are being urged to get fully acquainted with the new primary...

Gayle hundred in vain as England seal historic run chase

Chris Gayle’s 24th one-day hundred went in vain as West Indies paid dearly for a plethora of missed chances in the field,...

Officials say alleged robbery victim ‘mentally challenged’

The Minister of Health is reporting that the young man who claimed he was robbed, and hit in the back of the...

Eight Dengue Cases Confirmed

Eight cases of dengue fever have been confirmed in Antigua during 2019, officials have revealed. A number of unconfirmed...

Warner wants to provide special service for disabled tourists

The government says it has received further information on a proposal from advocate Bernard Warner to develop a special service for...

Rubis Agrees To Withdraw Legal Action Against Gas Stations – Gov’t

Rubis has reportedly said that it will partner with the state-owned West Indies Oil Company as well as end its lawsuits against...

Customs Doing It’s Own Investigation As Officer Is Charged

(PRESS RELEASE) The Antigua and Barbuda Customs and Excise Division is fully aware of the arrest of one...

Government Defends Deal with Global Ports

Prime Minister, Gaston Browne said no jobs will be lost at the St. John’s Development Corporation (SJDC) as the government defends deal...

Staff and Residents of Fiennes Institute satisfied with temporary move to Nurses Hostel

The residents of the Fiennes Institute are now in the first of two temporary locations until the government can “completely rebuild” their...

Family Hoping Second Autopsy will prove Shawn Warner Died of Electric Shock

The family of Shawn Warner is hoping a second autopsy will prove their suspicions that their loved one died of electric shock.

Swimming captures two prestigious National Sports Awards

Two member of the Antigua and Barbuda swimming fraternity were recognized for their dedication to the sport and high performance at the...

ECCO concerned about collection of royalties

The Eastern Caribbean Collective Organisation for Music Rights (ECCO) Inc is concerned that some 90 percent of the money it collects in royalties here...

Customs Officer Arrested In ONDCP Drug Bust

On Monday, February 18th 2019, the Office of National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP) conducted a counter-narcotic operation in the Golden Grove area...

Officers Who Rescued Crab Hill Accident Victims Recognised For Thier Efforts

Two police officers who rescued two people whose car plunged in the sea have been recognised by the police.

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