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Ministry to students having trouble accessing CXC results: Keep trying

The Ministry of Education is advising students who may be having difficulty accessing their results on the CXC student portal to keep trying. There were...

Top CSEC student told parents he would be number one

Eric Emmanuel Joseph Jr told his family he would emerge this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate’s (CSEC) top student, months before the results were released. On Friday, the...

Baptiste Academy student tops CSEC

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is pleased to name Eric Emmanuel Joseph Jr. as the top student in the June, 2017 sitting...

People who view eclipse from library will receive free viewing glasses

The National Public Library in conjunction with the US Embassy will make it possible for locals to view the much-anticipated solar eclipse next Monday. While...

The Sandals Foundation awards scholarships to secondary school students

(PRESS RELEASE) As the start of a new school term draws nearer, the Sandals Foundation is continuing its support of three young women in Antigua...

Students to receive CXC results on Friday

The thousands of secondary school students who sat the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations this year will find out their results later this...

Kiwanis Club Launches the Everett Lake Scholarship

The Kiwanis Club of St. John’s Antigua in celebration of its 20th anniversary launches the Everett Lake Scholarship. Ten (10) primary school students will benefit...

Antigua’s Reon King attends leadership programme in U.S

Seven Youth Ambassadors from the Eastern Caribbean will travel to the United States in August for the 2017 Youth Ambassadors Program for the Caribbean...

PM seeks funds from Morocco and Qatar to complete new secondary school

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has said his trip to the Kingdom of Morocco recently was to secure funds to complete the New Secondary School...

Date set for University of Antigua Barbuda opening

September 12th, 2018 is the date set for the opening of the University of the West Indies Antigua and Barbuda campus. The date was released by...

St. Anthony’s Secondary student off to SPISE

  Since its inception in 2012, the Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF) has been offering the Student Programme for Innovation in Science and Engineering (SPISE) to...

Public asked to help name new secondary school

Members of the public are being encouraged to play a part in the name of the new secondary school in Tomlinson; an essay competition...

CIU calls out Observer Media on “misinformation”

The Citizenship by Investment Unit today sought to clarify what it called misinformation being put out by the Observer Media Group. The Daily Observer reported...

Girls rule at Grade Six National Assessment

The top performers in the Grade Six National Assessment are all girls. And they've all indicated that they want to attend the Antigua Girls High...

Lions Club elects its third female president

An installation and awards ceremony was held on Saturday 24th June,2017 at Halcyon By Rex Resorts, Warri Pier Hotel for incoming officers of the...

Group wants Caricom to address unfair policy for non-UWI law students

The Association of Caribbean Students for Equal Access to the Legal Profession (ACSEAL) has called on CARICOM to “rectify” parts of its treaty which...

Antiguan elected as the 2017 – 2018 Club Growth Director, District 86 Toastmasters Canada

Jacklyn Cornelius Payne DTM, a member of Brampton Toastmasters and Raising Champions Advanced Toastmasters in Brampton, was elected to the District 86 Council Business...

GOV’T CONSIDERS THIRD MEDICAL SCHOOL

The government announced on Thursday that it is giving “serious consideration” to the establishment of a third offshore medical school in the country. The name...

Antiguan students urged to effect change

Director of Education, Clare Browne has admonished Antiguan and Barbudan students to be “the game changer that Antigua and Barbuda needs in order to...

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