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Air Canada set for Nov. 1 return to Antigua

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Air Canada has announced that it will resume flights into VC Bird International Airport from Nov. 1. Confirmation of this comes from Chief Executive Officer...

Eulogy By Hon. Asot A. Michael, MP: For Sir Rupert Willeston Valentine Philo

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To his children, his family, love ones, friends, and fans in Antigua & Barbuda, Caribbean, and internationally I extend my deepest condolences for the...

Local teen pannist in finals of international contest

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With the use of tranquil notes, a young Antiguan and Barbudan musician is hoping to woo voters with his steelpan rendition of an original...

Public urged to use social media responsibly

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Police are appealing to the public to be more responsible and professional when commenting on social media about sensitive matters which include ongoing police...

Minister of Health says bar worker broke quarantine

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While addressing the issue of state of emergency protocols being violated at bars, the Minister of Health disclosed that, recently, an employee at a...

Covid-19 sees dip in cost of living

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Covid-19 has had a marked effect on the cost of living in Antigua and Barbuda, driving prices down on almost everything from food and...

Sir Robin’s ex-wife wins appeal, multi-million-dollar payout can be registered locally

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The London-based Privy Council has ruled that a judgement made in the UK in favour of Christiana Yearwood, the ex-wife of St Phillips North...

COVID19 dollar barrel to be extended

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The popular dollar barrel initiative introduced to help residents cope with the hardships brought on by the coronavirus pandemic is likely to be extended...

Antigua & Barbuda to likely revert to “Clusters of Cases” following recent uptick in...

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Antigua & Barbuda’s COVID-19 Transmission Classification will likely revert to ‘Cluster of Cases’ following the recent uptick in positive cases. Just over a month ago,...

Tour companies struggling amid ‘unfair competition’ from resorts

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Local tour operators say the increasing number of large resorts running their own boat trips – under the guise of keeping their guests safe...