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Monday, March 25, 2019

Fifteen Million From CDB To Repair Schools -Gov’t

The Minister of Education Michael Browne has reportedly told Cabinet that a $15 million dollar loan application to the Caribbean Development Bank has...

Cabinet gets update on scholarship programme

Less than a day after threatening to sue a radio station accusing him of fraud, the Chairman of the Prime Minister’s Scholarship Committee,...

Students have their say on loitering after school

A survey conducted by youth in several urban schools has demonstrated how they feel about loitering after school. It...

Shamara Jada Yearwood is 2018 Island Scholar

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has announced Shamara Jada Yearwood as the 2018 Island Scholar. In a statement,...

New Foundation Focuses Its Efforts on Educating Girls in Antigua

The Black Girl In The Ring Foundation is a new initiative in Antigua that will largely invest in the education and skill...

PM says new tax an option to fund university campus

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says he is not ruling out the option of introducing a new tax to fund the operations of...
Stephanie Archibald with Dr. Hensworth Jonas

Baptist Academy proud of its Grade Six National Assessment success

ANR reached out to the principal of the Baptist Academy Dr. Hensworth Jonas to get his thoughts on the recent successes of his students...

Third form student receives Prime Minister’s Award

(Press Release) Deron Samuel, a third form student of the Princess Margaret School (PMS), who is already on the path to academic greatness is the...

Transport Board commissions new school buses

The Transport Board has introduced four new school buses to their aging fleet to address the difficulty of finding parts for the old models. The...

Cubans to build slave tribute in Antigua

Culture Minister Paul 'Chet' Greene has announced that sculptors from Cuba are to construct a park in honour of those who died during slavery. "I mentioned...

School in Barbuda to reopen Monday

After over four months of closure, children from Barbuda will officially be able to access education through the Ministry of Education on the sister...

More Chinese money to expand University

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has said that majority of an E.C $41 million grant from the Peoples Republic of China, will go towards expanding...

Dominican school children receive school supplies

Almost 250 Dominican children, now studying and residing in Antigua, following the devastating passage of Hurricane Maria through their homeland, were recently surprised with a gift...

Air conditioning for all public schools

The Ministry of Education, taking into consideration the discomfort of the high temperature climate, will undertake a project to place air conditioning units (AC)...

Senate approves: University of Antigua and Barbuda gets go ahead

The Upper House has passed a Bill to establish the University College of Antigua and Barbuda (CUWI) as a college of the University of...

Novelle Richards Academy officially presented

Ministry of Education officials and the Prime Minister of Antigua & Barbuda, Gaston Browne, heaped praises on the recently launched Sir Novelle Richards Academy. On...

Rasta school teachers to be paid by government

The government has said that it will subsidise the cost associated with assigning new teachers to the Nyabinghi Theocracy School. Government Chief of Staff, Lionel...

Waiting game: State College plant to be assessed

Faculty, administrators and students waiting to hear the fate of the Antigua State College (ASC) will have to wait on the results of a...

BREAKING: State College shut down

Students, faculty and administrators at the Antigua State College (ASC) were sent home Wednesday afternoon by the Acting Principal Patrcia Benn. Sources at the college...

Hundreds more students join Antigua classrooms

The public school system in Antigua is facing the challenges of accommodating 600 new students from Barbuda and Dominica combined, following the passage of...

Kiwanis Club celebrates 20 years with Scholarship

(Press Release) The Kiwanis Club of St. John's Antigua culminated celebrations of the Club's 20th Anniversary in grand style with an Award Ceremony for the...

UPP Leader’s Message on World Teacher’s Day

(Statement) Every year, October 5th is celebrated as World Teachers' Day, in recognition of the important role that teachers play in providing quality education. This...

Logos returns to Antigua today

The MV Logos Hope, a sailing Book Fair, will be returning to Antigua today. The ship  will open its doors commencing at 10:00 am at...

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