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UK’s Boris Johnson ‘hopeful’ foreign travel can resume from May 17

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday it is too soon to make a decision on foreign travel but is “hopeful” it...

Lack of credibility in Human Rights 2020 report triggers conflict in Caribbean

A recently published Human Rights report by the US State Department has turned the political environment upside down in the Caribbean region...

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA PM SEEKS REPARATION FROM ALL SOULS COLLEGE

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, has written to the Master of All Souls College at Oxford University, seeking reparations for...

ACB Caribbean faced with Industrial Action in Grenada

With effect from April 1, 2021, ANTIGUA COMMERCIAL BANK LTD., now trading as ACB CARIBBEAN, acquired the majority shareholding interest in ACB...

University of the West Indies has secured international grant of US$25 million

The University of the West Indies has secured an international grant of US$25 million, the largest in its history.

Bank of Nevis opens 1st Branch in St Kitts

Prime Minister Dr. the Hon Timothy Harris commends the Board and Management of the Bank of Nevis on their decision to expand...

‘I Know What I Can Do’ – Byers Defends Selection Amidst Public Debate

Observer Media - Amidst public debate over a move by coaches to select some of the country’s more seasoned players for ongoing...

Israeli President picks Netanyahu to try and form a government

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s president on Tuesday handed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the difficult task of trying to form a government from...

Fire Officer remains Hospitalized after Fire Tender Crash

A Fire Officer attached to the Coolidge Fire Station at the V.C Bird International Airport is currently at the Mount St. John...

Head coach Simmons pleased as five batsmen average over 50 in Sri Lanka Tests

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons believes a change of approach by his team’s batsmen is largely responsible for five of them...

Trial by judge alone Bill reviewed

The parliamentary select committee chosen to examine two proposed pieces of legislation – which would pave the way for judge-alone trials, along...

Atlantic rowers’ donate to local search and rescue charity

Cash raised by Antigua and Barbuda’s intrepid Atlantic rowers Travis Weste and Jojo Nunes will help keep people safe in the country’s...

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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...

UK’s Boris Johnson ‘hopeful’ foreign travel can resume from May 17

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday it is too soon to make a decision on foreign travel but is “hopeful” it...

Lack of credibility in Human Rights 2020 report triggers conflict in Caribbean

A recently published Human Rights report by the US State Department has turned the political environment upside down in the Caribbean region...

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA PM SEEKS REPARATION FROM ALL SOULS COLLEGE

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, has written to the Master of All Souls College at Oxford University, seeking reparations for...

ACB Caribbean faced with Industrial Action in Grenada

With effect from April 1, 2021, ANTIGUA COMMERCIAL BANK LTD., now trading as ACB CARIBBEAN, acquired the majority shareholding interest in ACB...

University of the West Indies has secured international grant of US$25 million

The University of the West Indies has secured an international grant of US$25 million, the largest in its history.

Bank of Nevis opens 1st Branch in St Kitts

Prime Minister Dr. the Hon Timothy Harris commends the Board and Management of the Bank of Nevis on their decision to expand...

‘I Know What I Can Do’ – Byers Defends Selection Amidst Public Debate

Observer Media - Amidst public debate over a move by coaches to select some of the country’s more seasoned players for ongoing...

Israeli President picks Netanyahu to try and form a government

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s president on Tuesday handed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the difficult task of trying to form a government from...

Fire Officer remains Hospitalized after Fire Tender Crash

A Fire Officer attached to the Coolidge Fire Station at the V.C Bird International Airport is currently at the Mount St. John...

Head coach Simmons pleased as five batsmen average over 50 in Sri Lanka Tests

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons believes a change of approach by his team’s batsmen is largely responsible for five of them...

Trial by judge alone Bill reviewed

The parliamentary select committee chosen to examine two proposed pieces of legislation – which would pave the way for judge-alone trials, along...

Atlantic rowers’ donate to local search and rescue charity

Cash raised by Antigua and Barbuda’s intrepid Atlantic rowers Travis Weste and Jojo Nunes will help keep people safe in the country’s...

Most Read

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...
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