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Ministry to repair Little Creek Bridge

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(Antigua Newsroom) The Ministry of Works will be conducting repairs due to erosion to the damaged Little Creek bridge beginning on Monday. A team from the...

Double celebration for the Benjamin family

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(Point Express) Antigua and Barbuda’s newest member of the legal profession, Kevon Benjamin, was admitted to the bar at a colourful ceremony held at the...

CalvinAir Helicopters assisting with monitoring St. Vincent volcano

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(Point Express) The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Coordinating Unit, has selected CalvinAir Helicopters (CAH) as the top helicopter operator in the Caribbean to...

Carson Matthew Jr Sentenced to Prison

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Carson Matthew Jr of Upper Fort Road, who escaped lawful custody last Friday but was recaptured about 24 hours later, has been jailed for...

Two people face charges for violating quarantine regulations

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(Point Express) Less than twenty-four hours after the new electronic bracelets have been placed into service, two people have been caught violating the quarantine guidelines. Minister...

Elderly Man Killed By Vehicle On Old Parham Road

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(Observer) A 65-year-old Clare Hall man was pronounced dead on the spot following a road collision on Old Parham Road on Thursday night. The allegations are...

Antigua and Barbuda ‘risks lockdown’ if Covid cases continue to surge

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(Observer) Information Minister Melford Nicholas delivered a grim warning yesterday, as the country recorded eight new Covid-19 cases on Thursday and one death the day...

Talks underway to address overcrowding on public buses

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(Observer) The government said it will be revisiting a decision to allow public buses to operate at full capacity, due to a steady increase in...

Pfizer vaccine may be the first to reach A&B

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(Observer) The Pfizer vaccine appears to be the shot that will be provided through the World Health Organisation’s Covax facility during its initial rollout. Information Minister...

Health authorities rush to increase capacity to meet international pre-testing requirement

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(Observer) Health authorities in Antigua and Barbuda are scrambling to expand the laboratory capacity at the Mount St John’s Medical Centre (MSJMC) in order to...