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Thieves target solar street lights

The Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) confirmed today, reports that the solar street lights received as a gift from the Chinese government are being...

East Bus Station vendors want better security after repeated break-ins

  Vendors at the East Bus Station are crying out for help over what they say is repeated break-ins at their businesses. A variety of small...

Minister commits to removing constraints to investments

Tourism Minister Asot Michael has told the start of a major investment conference here that the government will remove constraints in order to attract...

UPDATE: School meals resumes on Wednesday

(NOTICE) The National School Meals Programme (NSMP) will resume operation on Wednesday (tomorrow). Confirmation came from the Central Kitchen that meals will be prepared, delivered and...

LIAT to be hit by protest action starting Thursday

The Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) has placed its members on notice that pilots will embark on protest action starting Thursday. “In the event...

Molwyn Joseph to chair important WHO committee

Health Minister Molwyn Joseph has been appointed to chair the Budget Committee of the World Health Organisation (WHO). The appointment to ‘Committee B’ was made...

Assault trial comes to an abrupt end

A High Court Judge halted an assault case on Day 2 of the trial after several witnesses contradicted the complainant’s testimony. Twenty-four-year-old Dwayne King was...

Trial adjourned as murder accused reports illness

The murder trial of Steve “Crypto” Urlings was adjourned Tuesday morning after the defendant reported he was feeling ill. The defendant made his discomfort known...