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Covid-19 contact tracing continues to be an area of challenge for health officials and according to the Minister for Health Sir Molwyn Joseph that issue is expected to be addressed in the coming days. Since the start of the pandemic persons have been complaining that the contact tracing method and unit is not working effectively. […]

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March 31, 2021

A promise made a promise kept. The Barbuda People’s Movement BPM made a clean sweep taking the 5 seats up for grabs at the March 29 Barbuda Council elections. Member of Parliament for Barbuda Trevor Walker who is also the leader of the BPM predicted that outcome at the Lower House last week. This is […]

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March 31, 2021

As LIAT pilots await their day in court, Prime Minister Gaston Browne is assuring the public that his administration’s relationship with Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley remains a good one. At least 9 Barbados based LIAT pilots have taken the government to court over money owed to them. And, the country’s leader maintains that this […]

Health Minister Sir Molwyn Joseph is describing a large gathering at Ffryes beach over the weekend as disrespectful to health workers and their efforts to contain the spread of Coronavirus in the twin island state. The video circulating on social media shows a huge crowd socializing on the beach violating several covid-19 protocols to include […]

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March 31, 2021

Prime Minister Gaston Browne is among 40 world leaders and only the second Caribbean leader invited by United States President Joe Biden to a virtual climate summit. The event, entitled the ‘Leaders’ Summit on Climate’, will be held on April 22 and 23. Besides Browne the only other Caribbean leader invited to the summit by […]

Opposition Leader Jamale Pringle is accusing the Gaston Browne administration of once again neglecting the people of his constituency; All Saints East and St. Luke. In Parliament on March 25 Pringle commented that he had been awaiting approval from the Development Control Authority for over one year to build a bathroom facility at Morris Bay […]

The government has maintained that inoculated individuals visiting the island will still be required to present a negative Covid-19 PCR certificate and will still be subjected to quarantine. Information Minister Melford Nicholas says this is in keeping with the worldwide standards. Meantime as the government continues to inoculate its population against Covid-19, Nicholas says the […]

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March 31, 2021

Minister for foreign affairs Chet Greene has called on Antiguans and Barbudans in the diaspora to work together to bring awareness to the world knows that Antigua and Barbuda remains safe, secure and open for business. He made those remarks during the Antigua and Barbuda virtual diaspora meeting on March 25. Greene who was the […]

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March 31, 2021

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A High Court judge has found that former Commissioner of Police, Wendel Robinson was unlawfully terminated over three years ago and that the appointment of the current Commissioner Atlee Rodney is null and void. Robinson took the matter to court on the grounds that his termination was unlawful and infringed on his Constitutional rights. He […]

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March 31, 2021

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The Antigua Investment Group operating as Falmouth Harbor Marina, Chairman, Sir Gerald Watt is concerned about the length of time it takes to get projects approved in Antigua and Barbuda. Watt who on behalf of the organization made a S75,000 donation to the government for the purchase of Cocvid-19 vaccines, says the yachting sector contributes […]


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