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Rousing Welcome For Ottos Comprehensive Cheer-leaders From Their Peers……

Days after receiving an apology from the National Youth Rally Steering Committee, the Cheer-leaders from Ottos Comprehensive School were given a rousing reception by their schoolmates today. It was the first time since the competition that the entire team was presented to the school body, and apart from the cheers from their peers, there was also a pleasant surprise for ...

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51 Year Old Farmer Found Dead In His Bed In Bolans…..

The air in Bolans was tinged with shock and a foul odour today as news spread that the lifeless body of a 51 year old man was found in his home. Gaston Ezekiel Browne better known as “Dubba” was found dead on his bed; it’s believed he had been dead for at least two days.

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United Arab Emirates To Assist In Setting Up Embassy Locally….

The country’s Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Casroy James, has indicated that the twin island state will be receiving assistance to establish an embassy in the Middle Eastern country. Speaking on ABS’s current affairs programme, Against the Backdrop, Ambassador James said discussions are ongoing with the government of the UAE, who have agreed to assist with the diplomatic ...

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The Clare Hall Secondary School Family Mourns A Late Educator….

The Clare Hall Secondary School family is still in shock and grief after Mathematics teacher Ulana Payne died earlier this week while the School was on Mid-term break. Her words, her smile and her indomitable spirit are being remembered by the Clare Hall School family who adored her passion for teaching.

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Prime Minister Gaston Browne Upbeat At The Conclusion Of A Two Day Conference To Address The Pressing Issue Of De-risking

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has identified a formula by which Caribbean governments can escape the damaging effects of the de-risking policy being pursued by banks in developed countries. He outlined his observations earlier today prior to the start of day two of a major conference addressing the pressing matter at the Sticky Wicket here in Antigua.

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