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Man detained after promoting opposition rally through the streets

Sylvester Payne was detained for several hours today after using loud speakers to promote a United Progressive Party (UPP) public rally. His detention was in...

Gov’t to Annette Mark: please stay

After resigning for “personal issues” on July 10, 2017, the government has asked Chief Immigration Officer Anette Mark to reconsider her decision. “We are waiting...

Senate Minority leader raises strong objection to rushed debating of bills

United Progressive Party (UPP) leader Senator Harold Lovell has written to the Clerk of Parliament, Ramona Small, raising “strong objection” to the rushed debating...

Five revelations made in the release of Diplomat Passports list

The Lion’s share of diplomatic passport holders are people born in Antigua & Barbuda   "The 161 Antiguans and Barbudans include the Governor General and...

PM says Antigua helped in the release of Venezuela opposition leader

The Antigua and Barbuda government Saturday welcomed the release of the jailed Venezuelan Opposition Leader Leopoldo Lopez saying it should be regarded as “...

Observer bans Tabor as PM makes good on lawsuit

The OBSERVER Media Group has banned UPP PRO Damani Tabor from live programming “until he furnishes the company with a waiver and indemnity.” According to...

PM Browne issues stinging criticism of Grenada PM

By Brenton Henry Prime Minister Gaston Browne has described Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell as having “a compulsive obsessive desire” to dissolve the West...

BREAKING: PM abruptly returns home from ongoing Caricom meeting in Grenada

Prime Minister Gaston Brown has prematurely ended his time at the 38th regular meeting of the Conference Heads of Government currently underway in Grenada. Director...

Grenada PM wants agreement to reduce airline taxes for cheaper flights

Incoming CARICOM Chairman Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell has called on his colleagues heads of government to take measures to reduce the cost...

Cabinet Secretary lashes Observer Media for lack of journalistic balance

Secretary to the Cabinet Konata Lee has issued a statement in which he questions the journalist motives of the Observer Media Group. This is the...

PM poised to sue over “Nastiness”

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has warned radio stations here that they will be sued if they play the controversial 2017 calypso "Nastiness." The song is...

PM lashes out at Observer Media for fake news

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has told the opposition-friendly media house, the Observer Media Group, that he will stand up against their “fake news" and...

PM says concessions to his son a non-issue

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has dismissed as “a non-issue” being pushed by the opposition friendly newspaper, the Daily Observer, concessions granted to his son...

Antiguan wins best speaker at regional youth parliament

Two Antiguans and Barbudans have ended successful participation in the 13th Commonwealth Parliamentary Association’s Regional Youth Parliament Sitting in St. Kitts & Nevis. They are...

Gov’t statement on visa restrictions to Canada

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda regrets that it has to inform that the Government of Canada has decided to end visa-free travel for...

Antigua opposition condemns Trump policy on Cuba

The parliamentary opposition, the United Progressive Party (UPP) has labeled the decision by U.S President Donald Trump, to roll back some Obama-era policies on...

Antigua responds to former Jamaica PM in handling of Venezuela crisis

The government of Antigua & Barbuda has written a firm response to former Jamaica Prime Minister Bruce Golding who criticized the region’s stance on...

OECS countries work together to strengthen CIP

Representatives from the region’s five Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIP) met in Saint Lucia today to explore opportunities for increased collaboration and harmonisation of...

Gov’t wants visa free access for Chinese, Antiguans

The Cabinet of Antigua & Barbuda has authorized Foreign Affairs Minister Charles Fernandez to seek a visa waiver status agreement between the People’s Republic...

Sir Gerald says GG cannot act alone

Queens Counsel Sir Gerald Watt says the governor general, on his own, cannot call a commission of inquiry into the so called Odebrecht scandal. “In...

UPP AND DNA IN WAR OF WORDS

UPP AND DNA IN WAR OF WORDS The newly formed Democratic National Alliance, (DNA) and the main opposition United Progressive Party, are in a war...

OPPOSITION DELEGATION HEADS TO CUBA

A delegation from the United progressive Party, this morning left Antigua for Cuba. Opposition leader Baldwin Spencer led the delegation following the invitation by ruling...

ABLP TO OPEN ITS OWN RADIO STATION

Antigua & Barbuda Labour Party leader, Prime Minister Gaston Browne, will spearhead the creation of Point Radio for his party. "I can confirm that "POINT...

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