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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...

Recurring late payment of hospital workers could lead to a downing of tools, Public Service Association President warns

The president of the Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association (ABPSA), Joan Peters, is warning the Government to pay frontline workers in...

Disgruntled police officers push Welfare Association to call meetings so they can air continuing greivances

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) says its membership is clamouring for a meeting to discuss the many outstanding issues facing the Force...

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.

Mourners make calls for scholarship and road-naming honours at homegoing service of Sir Rupert Philo

Members of the calypso and soca fraternities, government officials, other dignitaries, family, friends and well-wishers turned out in their numbers this morning...

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...

St Vincent Prime Minister Says Opposition Party’s Campaign Masterminds Will Not Leave If They Arrive In The Country

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has issued a warning to the persons who he says are behind the main opposition New Democratic...

No reduction of grades during review, CXC assures

THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has announced that it will suspend the practice of reducing grades upon review of Caribbean Secondary Education...

Excessive Heat Warning in Effect for Antigua and Barbuda 8 am to 4 pm Sunday to Friday

Heat Index or Feels-Like Temperature: Up to around 48 °C or 118 °FLocation: Antigua and BarbudaTiming: 8 am to 4 pm Sunday...

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...

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ASC student confirmed as new domestic COVID case, while national returning without test is identified as ‘imported’

As the country confirms another two cases of the COVID-19 virus, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rhonda Sealy-Thomas is...

Police Welfare Association calls its membership to meeting to address troubling issues

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) is calling its membership to a meeting on Wednesday, October 28, to address...

Four (4) Government institutions on Friday were the recipients of a generous contribution of rice

Four (4) Government institutions on Friday were the recipients of a generous contribution of rice, made possible through an initiative of the...

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...

Recurring late payment of hospital workers could lead to a downing of tools, Public Service Association President warns

The president of the Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association (ABPSA), Joan Peters, is warning the Government to pay frontline workers in...

Disgruntled police officers push Welfare Association to call meetings so they can air continuing greivances

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) says its membership is clamouring for a meeting to discuss the many outstanding issues facing the Force...

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.

Mourners make calls for scholarship and road-naming honours at homegoing service of Sir Rupert Philo

Members of the calypso and soca fraternities, government officials, other dignitaries, family, friends and well-wishers turned out in their numbers this morning...

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...

St Vincent Prime Minister Says Opposition Party’s Campaign Masterminds Will Not Leave If They Arrive In The Country

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has issued a warning to the persons who he says are behind the main opposition New Democratic...

No reduction of grades during review, CXC assures

THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has announced that it will suspend the practice of reducing grades upon review of Caribbean Secondary Education...

Excessive Heat Warning in Effect for Antigua and Barbuda 8 am to 4 pm Sunday to Friday

Heat Index or Feels-Like Temperature: Up to around 48 °C or 118 °FLocation: Antigua and BarbudaTiming: 8 am to 4 pm Sunday...

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...

Most Read

ASC student confirmed as new domestic COVID case, while national returning without test is identified as ‘imported’

As the country confirms another two cases of the COVID-19 virus, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rhonda Sealy-Thomas is...

Police Welfare Association calls its membership to meeting to address troubling issues

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) is calling its membership to a meeting on Wednesday, October 28, to address...

Four (4) Government institutions on Friday were the recipients of a generous contribution of rice

Four (4) Government institutions on Friday were the recipients of a generous contribution of rice, made possible through an initiative of the...
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