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Editorial: Fall in line – Antigua Observer


Editorial: Fall in line
Antigua Observer
The revelation was a bombshell. The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) Member of Parliament for the St. John's Rural South Constituency, Eustace 'Teco' Lake revealed that he had no hand in drafting his resignation letter. Boom! Take a step back ...

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The Military Singled Out For Their Efforts In The Recovery Work In Barbuda

A contingent of soldiers from the Antigua and Barbuda Defence Force is playing a major role in the recovery operation on the sister island. They are seeing around Codrington carrying out a good portion of the repair work on public buildings and private households.

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Rural South MP Dismisses Talk Of Being Sidelined By His Party

St John’s Rural South Member of Parliament the Hon. Eustace Lake is making it clear he has not been forced out of being the ABLP candidate for the next general elections. The MP is serving out his current term and Daryl Matthew will be the standard-bearer for the party in the next general election. MP …

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Antigua PM Criticizes UN, Praises China for Relief Effort – The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer


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Antigua PM Criticizes UN, Praises China for Relief Effort
The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer
ST JOHN'S, Antigua – Prime Minister Gaston Browne did not mince words when he accused the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) of seeking to take credit for work it had not done in the recovery efforts in hurricane-hit Barbuda. While thanking ...
Antigua-Barbuda PM lashes out at UN programmeWIC News

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Antigua and Barbuda back in drought – climatologist – Antigua Observer

Antigua and Barbuda back in drought – climatologistAntigua ObserverAntigua and Barbuda is back in a drought with the rainfall for the last three months of 2017 being about half of what is usually experienced during that period. This is according to cli...

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A 33 Percent Salary Increase Being Requested By One Union For The Public Sector Workers It Represents

Members of the Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association have called for an increase in salaries of over 33 percent for its members. President of the union representing public servants, Sandra Williams is hoping a Social Dialogue workshop held Monday would serve as a trigger for talks to proceed.

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A 33 Percent Salary Increase Being Requested By One Union For The Public Sector Workers It Represents

Members of the Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association have called for an increase in salaries of over 33 percent for its members. President of the union representing public servants, Sandra Williams is hoping a Social Dialogue workshop held Monday would serve as a trigger for talks to proceed.

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Communities To Play A Major Role In Achieving The Ambitious Global Goal Of Ending AIDS By 2030

AIDS Programme Manager Delcora Williams says Antigua and Barbuda has its sights firmly set on achieving the ambitious global goal of ending AIDS by 2030. Antigua & Barbuda and other United Nations member states adopted the Political Declaration on HIV & AIDS in 2016. Among their goals is to ensure a 30 percent community driven …

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Communities To Play A Major Role In Achieving The Ambitious Global Goal Of Ending AIDS By 2030

AIDS Programme Manager Delcora Williams says Antigua and Barbuda has its sights firmly set on achieving the ambitious global goal of ending AIDS by 2030. Antigua & Barbuda and other United Nations member states adopted the Political Declaration on HIV & AIDS in 2016. Among their goals is to ensure a 30 percent community driven …

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