Wednesday, August 17, 2022

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Island-wide power outage

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Residents all around the island, from Crosbies in the north to English Harbour in the south are reporting loss of electricity starting at approximately...

More men reporting abuse, Gender Affairs says

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While domestic abuse and its reporting seem most often to be focused on women and girls, more men are now coming forward to report...

Appeal for help with King Swallow medical expenses

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The family of legendary Antiguan Calypsonian Rupert "Mighty Swallow" Philo are reaching out to the public to assist with the cost of his medical care. Philo...

Climate Change not to blame for recent hurricanes-Destin

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Meteorologist Dale Destin is disagreeing that climate change was the cause of two major hurricanes that hit the Caribbean region in quick succession in...

Senate approves: University of Antigua and Barbuda gets go ahead

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

Sunwing inaugural Montreal flight welcomed by tourism officials

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(Press Release) Sunwing Airlines inaugural flight to Antigua and Barbuda from Montreal was greeted with a spectacular water cannon salute, the sounds of steelband and...

PM wants pay increase for government workers

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Prime Minister Gaston Browne is promising that despite a cash strapped treasury, he will position the government to give an increase in salaries and...

Sandals recognised for philanthropy by Villa School

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(Press Release) Sandals Grande Antigua resort has been commended by the Principal, staff and students of the Villa Primary School, for the outstanding work it...

Police seek fourth man as three remanded on murder charge

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The men who are accused of killing Campbell Jackson of Green Bay were remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison on Monday. Alexis Mussington, Arthur James and...

Proceeds of controversial auction stolen from senator

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Over $155,000, the proceeds of an auction conducted by Senator and auctioneer Michael Freeland and for which his name was removed off the list...

Man charged for burning down St John’s businesses

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(PRESS RELEASE) Police charged a Grays Farm man with arson, following investigations into a fire which destroyed two buildings on Corn Alley and Tanner Street...

Additional Charges for Nut Grove Family

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(PRESS RELEASE) Police have brought additional charges against the Nut Grove family, who were previously charged with illegal firearm and ammunition last Wednesday. This time Malcolm,...

MSJMC to conduct face reconstruction surgery

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The government says the Mount St. John Medical Center (MSJMC) will strengthen its maxillofacial surgery program that allows reconstruction of the face and other parts...