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Antigua And Barbuda On Track To Register Major Spike In Cruise Visitor Arrivals Compared To Last Year

Antigua and Barbuda is expecting a significant increase in cruise tourism numbers for 2017 compared to a year earlier. Tourism Minister the Hon Asot Michael told ABS news that the destination is expected to see a bumper cruise season and is bullish on the numbers. Meanwhile, Antigua and Barbuda and two other Caribbean destinations have collaborated to assure the major ...

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Logos Hope Arrives In Antigua To Much Fanfare

After a seven year hiatus, the world’s largest floating bookstore pulled into Redcliffe Quay Wednesday evening. The ship was met by Tourism and Health officials along with employees of the Port, Customs and Immigration to ensure the ship is given the all clear. The vessel is a part of a ship ministry initiative by OM Ships International, which first began ...

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Prime Ministers Gaston Browne And Roosevelt Skerrit Leave Positive Impressions On UN Secretary General

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne and Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit delivered two of the most important speeches at the recent General Assembly. Mr Guterres was speaking in New York on Wednesday ahead of his visit to Antigua on Saturday. As we hear from Andy Liburd, the Secretary-General issued yet another stark ...

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Suspected Suicide Rocks Jennings New Extension

An eighteen year old was found hanging from an electrical cord in an apparent suicide yesterday afternoon in the Jennings New extension. The teenager has been identified as Alana Lloyd. The shocking and stunning discovery was made by her mother. A large crowd gathered around the home as the parents huddled on the veranda being comforted by close friends and ...

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