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Updated on October 23, 2020 9:53 am

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OAS General Assembly failed the people of the Americas

Anyone who followed the 50th regular session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), would be forgiven for believing...

Caribbean Education Ministers Want Total Waiver Of Fees For CXC Reviews

CMC - Several Caribbean Community (CARICOM) education ministers have “unanimously” proposed that the Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) commit to a total...

US Embassy Wants Action On Stranded Venezuelan Oil Tanker

The United States (US) Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago says it strongly supports immediate action to avoid any environmental harm being caused...

UK Plan To Be First To Run Human Challenge Covid Trials

BBC - The UK is pushing ahead to be the first nation to carry out “human challenge” studies where up to 90...

No funds wasted because of CARIFESTA delay; only more time for planning, Culture Director Cordice assures the public

Director of Culture Khan Cordice has responded to concerns that more monies will have to be spent to stage CARIFESTA XV, which...

Marine Ecosystems & Livelihoods At Risk If Venezuelan Oil Tanker Sinks

A huge oil tanker containing approximately 1.3 million barrels of crude oil has taken on water and is leaning to one side...

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Antigua and Barbuda has recorded a slight jump in cases of Covid 19

Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne announced earlier this afternoon that there were six new cases of the disease.

ASHANTI’S AWESOME 40TH BIRTHDAY IN ANTIGUA

Ashanti's 40th birthday trip comes with all the bells and whistles you could imagine a private jet, partying with friends, lounging on...

Hodges Bay Club defends Tuesday night’s party and fireworks display as a marketing opportunity for Antigua & Barbuda

Jeff Wellmeyer, the owner of the Hodges Bay Club, is apologizing for the late fireworks at his resort on Tuesday night, October...

LIAT staff uncertain about termination process

by Emmanuel Joseph (Barbados Today) The collapsed regional airline LIAT is expected to start issuing termination letters to hundreds...

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PM Browne commits to improving facilities in Parham

Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne, on Thursday during a tour of a number of facilities in...

Senator Joseph advocates for testing of frontline workers

United Progressive Party (UPP) Senator Jonathan Joseph is sounding a call for the testing of all frontline workers.

40-days and 40-nights

As much as the lab is testing for Covid-19, I must tell you that quarantine is just as important, or, in some...
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LIAT staff uncertain about termination process

by Emmanuel Joseph (Barbados Today) The collapsed regional airline LIAT is expected to start issuing termination letters to hundreds...

Council Member accuses Police on Barbuda of flatly refusing to deliver a Court Order to PLH

The Police on Barbuda stand accused of failing to carry out a court order. Secretary of the Council Paul...

Retired banker Christian sees conclusion of Scotiabank saga as a good thing, and welcomes transition to ECAB

Retired banker Everette Christian says he is delighted that the local Scotiabank saga has come to a conclusion. On...

ANTIGUA BARBUDA HOTELS & TOURISM ASSOCIATION ON TRACK TO TRAIN 3000 TOURISM SECTOR EMPLOYEES AHEAD OF THE WINTER SEASON

Antigua Barbuda Hotels & Tourism Association (ABHTA) is pleased to announce that by the end of October 2020 over 3000 tourism sector...

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ASHANTI’S AWESOME 40TH BIRTHDAY IN ANTIGUA

Ashanti's 40th birthday trip comes with all the bells and whistles you could imagine a private jet, partying with friends, lounging on...

Hodges Bay Club defends Tuesday night’s party and fireworks display as a marketing opportunity for Antigua & Barbuda

Jeff Wellmeyer, the owner of the Hodges Bay Club, is apologizing for the late fireworks at his resort on Tuesday night, October...

LIAT staff uncertain about termination process

by Emmanuel Joseph (Barbados Today) The collapsed regional airline LIAT is expected to start issuing termination letters to hundreds...

CDC tells US travellers to ‘avoid’ Barbados

Barbados Today Barbados is not on the United States Centre for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) list of countries...

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40-days and 40-nights

As much as the lab is testing for Covid-19, I must tell you that quarantine is just as important, or, in some...

UK Plan To Be First To Run Human Challenge Covid Trials

BBC - The UK is pushing ahead to be the first nation to carry out “human challenge” studies where up to 90...

Virus infections spike sharply with seven new cases; youngest victim sparks CMO’s fears about spread into schools

In the space of two days, the country has recorded seven new cases of the COVID-19 virus, one of which is a...
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PM Browne commits to improving facilities in Parham

Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne, on Thursday during a tour of a number of facilities in...

Senator Joseph advocates for testing of frontline workers

United Progressive Party (UPP) Senator Jonathan Joseph is sounding a call for the testing of all frontline workers.

40-days and 40-nights

As much as the lab is testing for Covid-19, I must tell you that quarantine is just as important, or, in some...

OAS General Assembly failed the people of the Americas

Anyone who followed the 50th regular session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), would be forgiven for believing...

ASC defends closure of Business Department as a precautionary measure while Health Ministry investigates report of illness

The Antigua State College’s Department of Business was closed and transitioned to an online learning platform after four students displayed symptoms of the COVID-19 virus.

Pensioners Association joins cries of senior citizens, who complain about lengthening delays in pension payments

The Pensioners Association is expressing concern over the continued late payments to pensioners by the Social Security Scheme. In a press release issued today, the President...

Former Old Road resident discovered dead in his Bronx apartment

Family members at home and in the diaspora are mourning the death of a young Antiguan living in New York.

MP Pringle to launch Free Legal Clinic to assist those needing advice that cannot afford to source

Jamale Pringle, the Member of Parliament for All Saints East and St. Luke, will be launching an initiative aimed at benefitting families who find themselves in need...

Antigua and Barbuda says COVID has significantly impacted Caribbean economies

STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR SIR RONALD SANDERS – HEAD OF DELEGATION OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA TO THE 50TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY  OF THE ORGANIZATION...

Caribbean Education Ministers Want Total Waiver Of Fees For CXC Reviews

CMC - Several Caribbean Community (CARICOM) education ministers have “unanimously” proposed that the Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) commit to a total...

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PM Browne commits to improving facilities in Parham

Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne, on Thursday during a tour of a number of facilities in...

Senator Joseph advocates for testing of frontline workers

United Progressive Party (UPP) Senator Jonathan Joseph is sounding a call for the testing of all frontline workers.

40-days and 40-nights

As much as the lab is testing for Covid-19, I must tell you that quarantine is just as important, or, in some...

OAS General Assembly failed the people of the Americas

Anyone who followed the 50th regular session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), would be forgiven for believing...

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