Political leader of the United Progressive Party is rallying the membership of the party to rise up against the divisive elements that are causing strife and discord within the organisation and get them out. His pronouncement was made Tuesday evening in a statement that was shared across the media.Read More »
Efforts have increased to sensitizing the populace about treating animals, specifically dogs and cats in a human way. Members of the Dogs and Cats Association of Antigua and Barbuda on Tuesday met with Minister of Tourism, the Hon. Asot Michael with the hope of charting the way forward for increased vigilance.Read More »
Marketing efforts in the tourism sector continue to generate positive results. According to figures from the Ministry of Tourism, projections that the country would end the first quarter of 2016 with a double-digit increase in visitor arrivals by air, have materialized. The 2016 records for visitor air arrivals show double digit growth for the first two months of the year.Read More »
Reforms Are Coming To The Financial Services Regulatory Commission To Keep It In Line With International Standards…..
Major reform is underway within the Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC). The organization tasked with regulation of Antigua and Barbuda’s financial services sector is on a drive to ensure operations are in keeping with international standards. The effort forms part of a wider regional undertaking. To this end, the FSRC, in collaboration with the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) ...Read More »
There’s been talk of a plan to upgrade Fort James to a more attractive historical site. And now government is putting action to plan. On Thursday, The St John’s Development Corporation hosted a public consultation, during which officials unveiled designs for the Fort James Recreational Park Project.Read More »
If the battle lines weren’t drawn already, well they are now boldly written across the sand. Joanne Massiah, the MP for All Saints East and St. Luke, at least for now, is not taking lightly the decision by the United Progressive Party to boot her unceremoniously from its slate of candidates for the next general elections.Read More »
The Hon. Prime Minister Gaston Browne Announces That Hundreds Of Jobs Have Been Created Within The Public Sector…..
Hundreds of jobs have been created within the public sector. That is according to Prime Minister,the Honourable Gaston Browne, who gives the details as to the source of these opportunities. The Prime Minister adds that by the end of the month, government would’ve created 200 new jobs for the public of Antigua and Barbuda. That was Prime Minister, the Honourable ...Read More »
The country’s water situation is now more urgent than ever. That was the recurring message at a press conference earlier today (TUE) at the headquarters of the Antigua Public Utilities Authority. Present were APUA’s senior managers, and the minister in charge, Robin Yearwood.Read More »
The twelve contestants vying for the title of Miss Labour Queen 2016 now know their positions in order of appearance for the annual showpiece. The delegates, on Sunday, were the centre of attention at a cocktail, at Casa-Palmidita in Fitches Creek.Read More »
Minister Of Information, Broadcasting And Telecommunications, Melford Nicholas Primarily Designed To Strengthen The Rules On Consumer Rights…..
Proposed legislation, primarily designed to strengthen the rules on consumer rights, will be a main agenda item when telecommunication Ministers meet in St. Lucia on Wednesday. Minister of Information, Broadcasting and Telecommunications, Melford Nicholas indicates he will be in attendance. The main agenda item for the 33rd meeting of the ECTEL Council of Ministers is the consideration of the new ...Read More »