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WORK TO SOON BEGIN ON THE POTTERS SPORTS COMPLEX THANKS TO A MAJOR $50,000 DONATION

Work on the Potters Sports Complex is expected to begin in short order after receiving a 50,000 dollar donation last year. The money was raised during an event organized by Antigua and Barbuda’s High Commissioner to the UK, Her Excellency, Karen Mae Hill in collaboration with the 4 cricketing knights. The initiative was also supported by the Antigua and Barbuda ...

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Initiatives Announced To Drive Greater Levels Of Output From The Agricultural Sector

News now about a sector expected to receive heightened attention in the push for increased levels of economic growth… Sir Rodney announced joint ventures with various countries to increase local agricultural output. Sir Rodney says the government is also collaborating with the Government of Mexico to introduce a disease-resistant variety of coconut to the island. Meanwhile an 11-member team from ...

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An Overseas Agency Provides Police Officers With Training On Interview Techniques

The capacity of interviewing suspects will be further enhanced through training currently being held for officers of the Royal Police Force of Antigua & Barbuda. This comes as the police seek to introduce the use of audio recordings as part of their interviewing procedures. Interview Trainers from UK-based Red Snapper Learning are conducting the five-day course at the Sir Wright ...

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The Disabilities Association Anticipates Major Improvements For Its Community Following The Passage Of Special Needs Legislation

The passage of the Disabilities Act last year is expected to aid significantly in advancing the interests of the differently-abled in 2018 and beyond. That’s according to President of the Antigua & Barbuda Association for Persons with Disabilities Bernard Warner. He identified ways in which the legislation will help persons with special needs.

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