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Supervisor Of Public Nurses Says Farewell After Over Two Decades Of Service

After well over twenty years of unwavering service to the nursing profession, the country’s Supervisor of Public Nurses is saying farewell. Today was the last day in office for Nurse Coralita Joseph and she set aside some time to reflect on her contribution to the profession with our news team earlier today. More in this Andy Liburd report.

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National Hero Sir Lester Bird Praises The Prime Minister For 2017 Budget

Former Prime Minister Sir Lester Bird has praised Prime Minister and Finance Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne for delivering what he describes as an impressive 2017 budget. He praised the numerous programmes and pending investments that will further boost the country’s economy. Sir Lester was the first speaker during the 2017 Budget Debate which began in the Lower House today. ...

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Police Commissioner Says Promotions Are Imminent For Some Cops

There is an update this evening from the Police Commissioner about pending promotions of some officers in the rank and file of the Police Force. The Police Chief addressed the issue at the Force’s 2017 Thanksgiving service at the Multi-purpose Centre in Perry Bay this morning. He noted that the issue is usually foremost on the minds of the officers ...

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A New Wing With Six Additional Classroom Opens At The Clare Hall Secondary

Government has offered a telling response to the cries for an expansion of the country’s school plant. Only last week, a new Technical Vocational Centre was opened at the Princess Margaret School. And now today, keys were handed over to the Principal of the Clare Hall Secondary for a brand new wing. For more on this, we have a report ...

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New Antiguan Beer To Be Called Benna

Benna. It represents the pride of our music now it will soon be at the tip of our lips as another proud Antiguan product. Benna is the name that will be given to the beer that a newly-refurbished brewery will produce upon completion by the end of the year. With this update, we go to Andy Liburd, who joined former ...

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Cabinet Prepared To Offer Concessions For New Tour And Excursion Businesses

Cabinet is prepared to offer the necessary concessions to persons who wish to get into a particular niche area of the country’s tourism sector. There’s been ongoing appeal for more persons to start businesses in the area of tours and excursions in a bid to increase the attractiveness of the country’s tourism product. Tourism Minister Asot Michael says the government ...

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