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CBH Reports Success In Its Mosquito Eradication Efforts As It Prepares To Commission A New Fogging Machine

Amid continued concerns about the abundance of mosquitoes in Antigua and Barbuda, health officials are intensifying their efforts to keep the pests under control. The department has received a new mounted fogging machine from the Pan American Health Organization to assist in their ongoing fight against the Zika virus. According to Chief Health Inspector Lionel Michael, the machine, will be ...

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Antigua State College Students Weigh In On Recent US Election….

Local College Students are reacting to the political victory that stunned the world this week. On Friday, Political Science students at the Antigua State College gave academic viewpoints on Donald Trump’s triumph over Hillary Clinton to clinch the Presidency of the United States. The scholars generally agree the way forward is for Americans on both sides of the political divide ...

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Antigua And Barbuda Welcomes The Carnival Vista…..

Thousands of visitors poured onto the island today as one of the prized vessels in the Carnival line dropped anchor in the St. John’s Harbour earlier this morning. This was the inaugural call of the Carnival Vista to Antigua and only the second stop of its current trip through the Caribbean.

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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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