Friday, November 15, 2019

PM critical of Europe over the development of region’s financial sector

Antigua and Barbuda has accused Europe and the Organization for Economic Cooperation for Development (OECD) of seeking to push Caribbean countries out of the...

ECCB to launch pilot digital currency project

The Governor of the St. Kitts-based Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Timothy Antoine, Friday announced plans to launch a digital currency pilot programme of...

MP Asot Michael says he may quit political arena

Former tourism minister Asot Michael says he will not contest the next general election in Antigua and Barbuda if the constituency he represents continues...

UPP calls on Environment Minister to address other aspects of preservation and protection

As the United Nations and the Government of Norway recognize Antigua & Barbuda’s achievement in banning harmful plastics, the United Progressive Party (UPP) is...

Venezuela’s Guaidó accused of coup attempt by government

Venezuelan authorities say they are putting down a small coup attempt after opposition leader Juan Guaidó announced he was in the "final phase" of...

What you need to know about the Giant African Snail that’s winning the fight...

The Giant African Land Snail is one of the largest terrestrial gastropods. They have a light to dark brown shells with vertical stripes of...

Ashley Boodhoo off to Manila for Miss Intercontinental Pageant

Miss Antigua and Barbuda Ashley Boodhoo is preparing to leave for her first international pageant. Boodhoo, who will represent Antigua and Barbuda in the Miss...

CWI refers Lewis comments to ethics committee

Outspoken Cricket West Indies director, Enoch Lewis, could find himself in trouble with the regional body over his strong recent criticism of the appointment...

Antigua welcomes new Jamaican High Commissioner

A new Jamaican High commissioner has been appointed to Antigua & Barbuda. Arthur Williams has been welcomed by several Members of Parliament. Prime Minister Gaston Browne...

UPDATED: Man charged in Caribbean hotel worker’s death skips hearing

A Connecticut man charged in the death of a hotel worker he says attacked his family in Anguilla has declined to return to the...