Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Landslide Victory: Skerrit wins unprecedented 5th consecutive term in Dominica

The Dominica Labor Party (DLP), led by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, won a landslide victory in Friday’s election. The DLP won 18 out of the...

Government welcomes new agreement with Carnival Cruise Lines

Government has welcomed the agreement reached with the Miami-based Carnival Cruise Lines following the company’s earlier decision to cancel several scheduled calls to the...

Possible long-term drought conditions warning for Antigua, other Caribbean countries

The Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology is reporting that long-term drought might possibly develop or continue in Antigua and other Caribbean countries. Those...

Residents urged to get involved in hydroponics

Backyard gardening is fast becoming a major undertaking for many residents of Antigua and Barbuda and the Ministry of Agriculture is committed to ensure...

Antigua renews calls to Harvard University for reparations

By Desmond Brown Antigua and Barbuda has renewed its call for Harvard University to provide reparations to Antiguans, some of whom are descendants of slaves...

Teachers urged to take legal action against police

The Antigua and Barbuda Union of Teachers (ABUT) says it is encouraging teachers who were allegedly stripped searched by police officers investigating a robbery...

Canadian immigration team to visit OECS countries

The Antigua and Barbuda government Monday said Canada is to send a team to member countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS)...

DCA begins removal of billboards

The Project Implementation Management Unit (PIMU), the entity responsible for the rehabilitation of Sir George Water Highway and Friars Hill Road wishes to inform...

Final preparations underway for Antigua’s Got Talent

The countdown is on. Antigua's Got Talent is just hours away with 30 performers preparing to showcase their singing, dancing and acting skills. Guests are...

UK suspends funding to Commonwealth Secretariat

The British government has suspended its funding of the Commonwealth Secretariat, the body that runs the international organisation from London, the BBC has learned. UK...
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