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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.

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...

Police officers complain to Welfare Association that storeroom is out of uniforms and sanitary supplies

Police officers say they are unable to obtain uniforms and other amenities required to do their job because their storeroom has run...

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...

Infection of kindergarten student prompts quarantine and testing of classmates, as well as their families

An entire kindergarten class at the Minoah Magnet Academy of Math, Science and Technology has been placed in quarantine for two weeks. ...

Leaking roof during recent rain highlights the plight of officers working at Parham Police Station

Officers at the Parham Police Station continue to call for relocation, or for the station to be fixed immediately, after rain leaked...

MP Michael takes ALP to task for shortchanging Sir Rupert and asks comrades, ‘Were you there?’  

Delivering the eulogy today at Sir Rupert’s funeral Member of Parliament for St. Peter, Asot Michael, who referred to the deceased as...

Residents criticize Prime Minister’s response to eulogy as tacky and unnecessary and chide ‘comrades’ for personal attacks

Critics are referring to Prime Minister Gaston’s Browne apparent response to MP Asot Michael’s “Were You There” speech as tacky and unnecessary.

Minister Hamilton lays 2018 Financial Report for Social Security

St Kitts and Nevis Minister of Social Security, Eugene Hamilton, presented the report papers to the Parliament in conformity with Section 41 of...

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