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Community service for students involved in classroom “sex” tape

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The All Saints Secondary School students who were video-taped while being romantic in the classroom, have been punished with community service. Director of Education Clare...

Antigua and Barbuda affected by trough system

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The Met Office says a trough system affecting Antigua & Barbuda is expected to cause more unstable weather across the area tonight. Earlier a flash...

Barbuda’s ugly sand mining legacy continues

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By Brenton Henry The government here announced today that it will curtail its controversial sand mining operations on the sister isle Barbuda, but stopped shy...

“This is not new” Sandals responds to reports of a sale

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Sandals Resorts International has told Antigua News Room that “it’s business as usual,” in response to Reuters News Agency report that the hotel chain...

Magistrate to rule whether Isaac’s case goes to High Court

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The former Executive Secretary of the Board of Education will know on May 25, 2017 whether the 18 charges filed against her last year...

BREAKING: WOMAN AND CHILD CRASH

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At least one person was taken to the Mount St. John's Medical Centre after an accident in Falmoth this morning. It occurred about 7:50 a.m...

Gov’t moves to reduce roaming charges by public servants

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Arguing that it is costing too much, the government of Antigua & Barbuda announced today that roaming services for public servants will be “suppressed”. Based...

PM rejects IMF program

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Prime Minister has told officials from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that Antigua & Barbuda is not interested in entering any loan arrangement with...

Gomes remanded, calls grow for Scotland Yard

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Mikhail Gomes, the man charged on Tuesday with murdering his ex-girlfriend, has been remanded to prison after making his first court appearance. Looking calm and...

Opposition wins Bahamas election

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(Caribbean News Service) — Dr. Hubert Minnis led the main opposition party to victory on Wednesday, ousting the ruling party in General Elections. Prime Minister...

Antigua puts the price tag on its renewable energy agenda

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Antigua & Barbuda is spending US $30 million as it seeks to transform from fossil fuels to renewable sources, Energy Minister Asot Michael has...

All set from Antigua to Bermuda race on Friday

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Following on from the "overwhelming success" of the 50th edition of Antigua Sailing Week, an impressive range of yachts from all over the world...

The work of late Antiguan artiste to feature in major Italy exhibition

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For the first-time, Antigua & Barbuda will participate in the world’s most prestigious, non-commercial art exhibition, the Venice Biennale which has been held in...