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Luxury Antiguan Resort Provides Critical Aid to St. Vincent Volcano Victims

Yesterday, the owners of Hodges Bay Resort & Spa (“Hodges Bay”) responded to the disaster unfolding on the neighboring Caribbean island of...

St Peters, “Soon we’ll get Redz” the People Deserve Better

The United Progressive Party is continuing to set the Agenda into the modern era here in Antigua and Barbuda by holding its...

Union head chides poor planning ahead of schools’ reopening

Observer Media - President of the Antigua and Barbuda Union of Teachers (ABUT) Kimdale Mackellar has publicly shared his frustration over what...

LOVELL CLEARS THE AIR & SIGNALS INTENTION TO SUE CHAIA FOR DEFAMATION

Harold Lovell is threatening to sue hotelier Donna Chaia for comments she made against him on a radio station associated with the...

Russia says troop buildup near Ukraine is a response to NATO

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s defense minister said Tuesday that the country’s massive military buildup in the west was part of readiness drills...

Saliem Harrigan aka ‘Chuckey’ wanted by Police

The Police have issued a ‘Wanted Bulletin’ for the immediate arrest of Saliem Harrigan aka “Cariem” or “Chuckey” of Greenbay.

Venezuela to manufacture 2 million doses of Cuban COVID-19 vaccine

President Nicolas Maduro said that Venezuela would produce 2 million doses per month of Cuban coronavirus vaccine. Maduro added that the South...

US recommends a ‘Pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is recommending a “pause” in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports...

30,000 tourism workers to be vaccinated in Jamaica

Tourism minister of Jamaica, Edmund Bartlett, reported that Jamaica’s tourism industry workers would be vaccinated this week, intending to protect the 30,000...

Prime Minister Gaston Browne Attends Emergency Meeting of the OECS Authority

Monday, April 12, 2021 — Approximately, three months following its first Emergency Meeting on the situation with the La Soufrière volcano in...

LOVELL CALLS FOR CHARITY, AND NOT DISCRIMINATION, FOR VINCENTIANS

Political Leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP) Harold Lovell says citizens and residents should not discriminate against nationals of St. Vincent...

OPPOSITION LEADER PRINGLE SAYS THIS ‘CHRISTIAN NATION’ IS IN A MORAL CRISIS

Real News - Opposition Leader Jamale Pringle took part in Sunday’s National Day of Prayer event, but told the Nation it was...

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American singer Akon’s meeting with Uganda Prez sparks criticism

AT-American rap artist and singer Akon has drawn criticism from rights activists over his meetings with Uganda’s president as he pursues the...

PM Skerrit: Good Hope Road project to raise the safety of users

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, along with Parliament colleagues, attended the consultation on the Good Hope Road project in Castle Bruce on...

CHIEF MAGISTRATE FINDS ‘VAMPIRE KILLER’ NOT GUILTY OF WOUNDING PRISON OFFICER

The young man to whom many refer as the “Vampire Killer” has escaped yet another charge in a Magistrates Court. Delano Forbes,...

Young Cricketers To Benefit From Nottinghamshire Experience

Observer Media-Four of the country’s young cricketers are set to travel to England later this month as part of an exchange programme...

Luxury Antiguan Resort Provides Critical Aid to St. Vincent Volcano Victims

Yesterday, the owners of Hodges Bay Resort & Spa (“Hodges Bay”) responded to the disaster unfolding on the neighboring Caribbean island of...

St Peters, “Soon we’ll get Redz” the People Deserve Better

The United Progressive Party is continuing to set the Agenda into the modern era here in Antigua and Barbuda by holding its...

Union head chides poor planning ahead of schools’ reopening

Observer Media - President of the Antigua and Barbuda Union of Teachers (ABUT) Kimdale Mackellar has publicly shared his frustration over what...

LOVELL CLEARS THE AIR & SIGNALS INTENTION TO SUE CHAIA FOR DEFAMATION

Harold Lovell is threatening to sue hotelier Donna Chaia for comments she made against him on a radio station associated with the...

Russia says troop buildup near Ukraine is a response to NATO

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s defense minister said Tuesday that the country’s massive military buildup in the west was part of readiness drills...

Saliem Harrigan aka ‘Chuckey’ wanted by Police

The Police have issued a ‘Wanted Bulletin’ for the immediate arrest of Saliem Harrigan aka “Cariem” or “Chuckey” of Greenbay.

Venezuela to manufacture 2 million doses of Cuban COVID-19 vaccine

President Nicolas Maduro said that Venezuela would produce 2 million doses per month of Cuban coronavirus vaccine. Maduro added that the South...

US recommends a ‘Pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is recommending a “pause” in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports...

30,000 tourism workers to be vaccinated in Jamaica

Tourism minister of Jamaica, Edmund Bartlett, reported that Jamaica’s tourism industry workers would be vaccinated this week, intending to protect the 30,000...

Prime Minister Gaston Browne Attends Emergency Meeting of the OECS Authority

Monday, April 12, 2021 — Approximately, three months following its first Emergency Meeting on the situation with the La Soufrière volcano in...

LOVELL CALLS FOR CHARITY, AND NOT DISCRIMINATION, FOR VINCENTIANS

Political Leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP) Harold Lovell says citizens and residents should not discriminate against nationals of St. Vincent...

OPPOSITION LEADER PRINGLE SAYS THIS ‘CHRISTIAN NATION’ IS IN A MORAL CRISIS

Real News - Opposition Leader Jamale Pringle took part in Sunday’s National Day of Prayer event, but told the Nation it was...

Most Read

American singer Akon’s meeting with Uganda Prez sparks criticism

AT-American rap artist and singer Akon has drawn criticism from rights activists over his meetings with Uganda’s president as he pursues the...

PM Skerrit: Good Hope Road project to raise the safety of users

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, along with Parliament colleagues, attended the consultation on the Good Hope Road project in Castle Bruce on...

CHIEF MAGISTRATE FINDS ‘VAMPIRE KILLER’ NOT GUILTY OF WOUNDING PRISON OFFICER

The young man to whom many refer as the “Vampire Killer” has escaped yet another charge in a Magistrates Court. Delano Forbes,...

Young Cricketers To Benefit From Nottinghamshire Experience

Observer Media-Four of the country’s young cricketers are set to travel to England later this month as part of an exchange programme...
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