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In the 1950′s and 60′s there were only 3 radio stations broadcasting part time in the Leeward Islands. The first was Radio Montserrat now ZJB. Then there was ZIZ in St. Kitts both operated by the local government on...
Permanent Secretary for the Office of the Prime Minister which is inclusive of the passport office has responded to online allegations which place at least one Antiguan and Barbudan Minister in possession of blank valid Antiguan and Barbudan passports. Two...
Police have formally charged Cheryl Thompson of Paradise View, the owner and proprietor of Jam Dung Night Club with four counts of Human Trafficking. In the early hours of Saturday morning, a joint operation was conducted on two separate establishments,...
A recent picture have circulated of escaped prisoner Delano Forbes. It is unclear whether or not the picture was taken before or after he escaped police custody on Monday. More details as information comes to hand.
Business owners throughout a portion of St. John’s had to be evacuated from their stores moments ago after lawmen received a bomb threat. ZDK News understands that the call was placed roughly around 10:45 this morning and road blocks have...
It was an early Christmas for the residents and staff of the CARE Project as the Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda and a visitor from the North Pole made a courtesy call to the Care Giving Institution on...
After 40 years of service to the nation of Antigua and Barbuda, Former Prime Minister Sir Lester Bird has formally announced his retirement from active politics. Sir Lester who is one of Antigua and Barbuda National Hero’s and still the...
Antigua has again been awarded another prestigious title. This time, the twin island has been named the Innovative Destination of the Year; in the 2017 edition of the Caribbean travel Awards. The country is being praised for its ability to create...
The government of Antigua and Barbuda and the People’s Republic of China on Thursday signed an EC$41 million agreement to expand a school and build two community centres here in the country. The Honourable Prime Minister Gaston Browne joined with...
The issue of noise pollution in residential communities has been a major concern for quite some time now. This is normally associated with businesses such as bars playing loud music in residential areas sometimes especially in the late hours...
Four Caribbean countries have been included in a recently released blacklist which was adopted by the European Union on Tuesday. The blacklist of tax havens includes 17 extra-EU jurisdictions seen as not cooperative on tax matters. The Caribbean countries added to...