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PM Spencer stresses the importance of tertiary education

An educated population is vital in today’s world. The words of Prime Minister Dr. the hon. Baldwin Spencer while addressing the 2013 Chinese Scholarship recipients. The nation’s leader who holds an honorary doctorate from his Alma mater, the Coady International Institute, St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada said his goal is the improve the country’s human resources complement. ...

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Culture Minister disappointed in support for CARIFESTA

Minister of Culture, Eleston Adams has urged the region to support the Caribbean Festival of Arts and Culture (CARIFESTA). Adams, in making the appeal also expressed disappointment with the lack of interest for the event shown by most of his colleagues. Adams told reporters that he is disappointed in the participation and support of culture ministers of the Caribbean for ...

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Antigua and Barbuda leaves its mark at CARIFESTA XI

The celebration of Caribbean culture concluded Sunday when Carifesta XI wrapped up ten days of the performing, culinary and visual arts showcase portrayed through different festivals and concerts which brought the region to the heart of Suriname. nbsp;

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Body found in Point Community

It was not business as usual at the Brownie’s Bakery branch on St. John’s Street ,as the flow of early morning customers was somewhat obstructed by the discovery of a body in the vicinity of the popular bakery.

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Cuban Students give back

The Antigua and Barbuda Association of Cuban University Students (ABACUS) is presently celebrating its week of activities. Our cameras caught up with some the association’s members at the Epicurean Supermarket where they were busy with the annual Food Drive, this year coupled with free blood pressure screenings.

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Body Discovered in Point Community

It was not business as usual at the Brownie’s Bakery located on St. John’s Street ,as its flow of early morning customers was somewhat obstructed by the discovery of a body in the vicinity of the popular local bakery. Residents of St. John’s Street in the Point area awoke to the discovery of the body of a well known figure ...

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Antigua Hawksbill thanks supporters

A sold out crowd of over 13,000 fans tried to roar the Antigua Hawksbills to victory during their last home match on Saturday and although the result was not the one they wanted, the organisers wish to thank the fans for their tremendous support.

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