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Antigua & Barbuda Opposition Leader, Hon. Gaston Browne said on the party’s weekly radio program, Insight that Information reaching the Antigua & Barbuda Labour Party is that there are serious plans afoot by the Government of Barbados to move the LIAT headquarters there. He said to that other OECS Heads are also demanding that certain departments of LIAT be relocated to their respective countries.
Devon Meade, 47, of Grays Farm will spend six months in jail if he fails to pay the
fine imposed on him – when he appeared before Magistrate Ngaio Emanuel yesterday he
pleaded guilty to the charge of larceny.
According to information reaching Carib Times concerns have been mounting over a recent development at the Antigua & Barbuda Hotel Training Institute (ABHTI). Through a credible source, this news portal learnt that as it approaches the end of a term, students who would have already paid their tuition in full, have been asked to pay [...]
When a 16-year-old boy appeared in the St John’s Magistrates’ Court to answer to
the charge of cannabis possession, Magistrate Ngaio Emanuel had reasons to question
A cross cultural collaboration between the Xinhua news agency and the Ministry of Telecommunications, Science and Technology; New Media Unit has developed resulting in both parties agreeing to share content across their media platforms. On Friday, Minister of Telecommunications, Science and Technology Hon. Dr. Edmond Mansoor met with a representative of the Xinhua news agency; [...]
Finance Minister Hon. Harold Lovell has said that based on delays in the Lower House in debating certain key bills, the scheduled budget presentation may have to be delayed until early January 2014. “I’m thinking of the 19th December for the budget, but we have a fairly packed agenda between now and then so we [...]
Four Antigua and Barbuda security sector workers have successfully completed the Regional Security System (RSS) Staff and Command Course. Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Moncy Duncan from the Fire Department, Mrs. Garilyn Reis from the Immigration Department, Ms. Morjave Michael from the Customers Department and Lt. Bernstelle George from the ABDF together with their colleagues [...]
I bring you greetings from the Hon. Lester Bird, our Leader Emeritus, Patriarch of the Bird family, and on behalf of the entire family of Vere Cornwall Bird, as we celebrate V.C. Bird’s Day 2013.
Pan Africanist, David Commissiong told the Big Issues programme that he was sickened by the tributes he has been hearing coming from the likes of the current British Prime Minister, David Cameron, made in the aftermath of Mandela’s death on Friday night.
St. John’s, Antigua, December 6, 2013: LIME, Antigua and Barbuda’s best-value network, launched its second annual “Christmas Blessings” initiative today (December 6), giving 10 customers a chance to give a gift to an unsung hero in their community.
The Antigua and Barbuda Trades and Labour Union (AT&LU) has learned of the death of Mr. Nelson Mandela, the former South African freedom fighter and former South African President. The AT&LU President, General Secretary, the Executive
An All Saints man who used a cutlass to beat another man of the said address was ordered to pay a fine when he appeared in the St John’s Magistrates’ court before magistrate Ngaio Emanuel.
A 19-year-old Bolans youth will spend the next three years on probation, after he pleaded guilty to the charges of cannabis possession and larceny when he appeared in the St John’s Magistrates’Court before magistrate Ngaio Emanuel
man charged with firearm and ammunition possession will spend the next two years in jail.
Police reported that a 33yrs old man of ‘no fixed address’ in presently in custody assisting them in their investigations, after he was caught exiting a building on Market Street with a number of items believed to have been stolen. Charles Livingston was caught coming off the roof of a restaurant located on Lower Market [...]
Corwin Walker pleaded not guilty to the charges of assault, threatening language and for being in possession of an offensive weapon, when he appeared before Magistrate Ngaio Emanuel yesterday.
Tristan Armstrong who pleaded guilty to the charges of driving without license, insurance and without the owner’s permission will spend the next few years in prison for the said traffic violations.