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Results show lack of appetite for constitutional reform – gov’t

The government has been examining its apporach to possibile constitutional reform following a poor showing in the November 6 referendum.

NODS explains why contractors are owed thousands for Barbuda work

The Director of the National Office of Disaster Services (NODS), Philmore Mullin, has been explaining why contractors engaged in rebuilding Barbuda are...

Back pay yet to reach some eligible employees

The government says eligible employees who have not received back pay should not be worried. According to the government,...

Trust Fund For OECS Court

 The nine-member Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is considering establishing a trust fund to finance the St. Lucia-based Eastern Caribbean Supreme...

CCJ President respects the outcome of referenda in two Caribbean countries

President of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Justice Adrian Saunders, said that the court would continue “ongoing initiatives with justice...

Prime Minister Browne disappointed at outcome of referendum on CCJ

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has expressed his “utmost disappointment” at the failure of of his administration to get voters to support the...

Island Girls Steal Spotlight At World Travel Market

The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority has said it just completed a "successful" week at London’s World Travel Market. ...

BREAKING: Man Electrocuted At Jolly Harbour

A young man died on Tuesday evening as a result of an electrocution. Sources tell ANR that the man...

BREAKING: Antigua rejects CCJ

Antigua and Barbuda Tuesday voted in favour of retaining the London-based Privy Council as its final court, according to the preliminary figures...

BREAKING: Grenada Votes NO

Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts to replace the London-based Privy Council as the...

Boutique Barbuda Hotel Reopens

In what tourism officials call a major step forward for Barbuda’s tourism renaissance and recovery, its top boutique hotel, The Barbuda Belle...

Slow Voting In Historic Referendum

Voters in this Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country were casting ballots on Tuesday to decide whether or not to replace the London-based Privy...

Antigua and Barbuda to target wedding and honeymoon market

Antigua and Barbuda has reported an increase visitor numbers, despite a short period of recovery from the effects of Hurricane Irma.

Referendum Day: Antigua And Grenada Vote

Antigua and Barbuda: Voters in two Caribbean countries long independent from Britain will wrestle with thorny issues of fairness and sovereignty on Tuesday (Nov...

Visa-Free Access To Serbia

Antiguans and Barbudans will soon be able to enjoy visa-free access to the Republic of Serbia, that country's Foreign Affairs Minister has said.

Ballots To Be Counted At Polling Stations

The Antigua and Barbuda Electroal Commission is breaking with tradition and will count ballots at polling stations instead of desiganted counting centers.

Antigua and Barbuda to host Inter-American Ministerial meeting on Education

Antigua and Barbuda will host the Tenth Inter-American Meeting of Education Ministers in July 2019.  This was confirmed today at a meeting of...

O’ Keiffe Becomes First Woman To Head Survey Department

The Ministry of Works today congratulated Janice O’Kieffe, the first female technical head and Antigua and Barbuda’s newest senior surveyor.

Iconic Welcome Arch To Be Removed

The Ministry of Works says it will remove the popular welcome arch which has become an iconic feature for visitors to the island.

India beat West Indies by 5 wickets; take 1-0 lead

India 110 for 5 (Karthik 31*, Krunal 21*, Brathwaite 2-11, Thomas 2-21) beat West Indies 109 for 8 (Allen 27, Kuldeep 3-13) by five wickets.

Horse Racing: Independence Race Meet postponed

The Antigua Turf Club (ATC) has decided to postpone today’s Independence Race Meet due to “overnight showers which has left the track...

The horrifying execution of Prince Klaas, the slave from Ghana who planned to make...

BY ELIZABETH OFOSUAH JOHNSON (Face2faceafrica.com) Of the over 12 million slaves that were captured from Africa to work on the...

Caribbean Airlines achieves operating profit

The Trinidad and Tobago based carrier,  Caribbean Airlines says it has achieved an operating profit and is “net income positive for the...

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