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Friday, April 16, 2021

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ABFA Mourns the Passing of Technical Director Rolston “Debu” Williams

The President, Executive Committee and Staff of the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association notes, with sorrow, the passing of Technical Director Rolston...

National Parks Commissioner halts unauthorized work on Dockyard Drive and insists that businesses comply with the law

The Nelson’s Dockyard National Parks Authority is threatening to pursue action against an area businessman for openly violating Park regulations. Last Friday, October 9, after...

Local branch of Scotiabank sold to ECAB; employees to be updated on their future at Tuesday afternoon meeting

The Eastern Caribbean Amalgamated Bank (ECAB) is reported to have purchased the Antigua & Barbuda Branch of Scotia Bank. Confirmation of the sale...

Residents accuse police of going overboard with tickets for so-called breaches of mask regulation

Several persons have taken to social media to express their feelings after being ticketed by the Police for not wearing their masks.

Scotia Bank Antigua Sold

Trumpet News has been reliably informed that a deal has been finalized for the purchase of Scotia Bank by Eastern Caribbean...

Director of Culture defends postponement of CARIFESTA, saying officials would not want to host a watered-down festival

Director of Culture Khan Cordice is defending the Government’s decision to postpone CARIFESTA XV until 2022, saying that other countries have been...

Potholes on diversion routes contribute to traffic congestion, says ASP Ellis, who calls on Works Ministry for road repairs

As motorists continue to face disruptions on some of the major roadways, the Traffic Department is issuing a call to the Ministry...

St Lucia PM Says Government Is Broke And Can’t Afford To Fund Stabilization Programme

CMC Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has told St. Lucians that it is “no secret” that the island has exhausted...

Police Investigates Fire at Cook’s Extension

Investigations are currently ongoing into the origin of a fire that cause partial damage to the interior...

Sandals Foundation Expands Back to School Fundraising Campaign to Source Digital Tablets for Caribbean Students

As more and more schools are faced with replacing or diversifying in-person instruction with some form of distance learning, the Sandals Foundation is helpingto make that transition a...

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