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High Court Dismisses Senator Damani Tabor’s Claim For Constitutional Relief Over His Arrest Last Year

The constitutional motion filed in the courts by United Progressive Party, UPP Senator Damani Tabor has been dismissed in the High Court. Senator Tabor had been seeking constitutional relief after he was arrested and charged with Making a false statement and Effecting Public mischief in March last year. The claimant had filed the motion against …

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Former Prime Minister Sir Lester Bird Speaks With ABS About His Seminal Achievements In Office As Well As His Biggest Regret

ABS Radio spoke with Sir Lester Tuesday afternoon on the cutting edge drive-time programme Live @ 5 about his reflections on close to 4 decades in politics. The former Prime Minister pointed to ABIIT as one of the seminal achievements during his time in office, as well as the Industrial Park at Coolidge. We also …

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Former Prime Minister Sir Lester Bird Speaks With ABS About His Seminal Achievements In Office As Well As His Biggest Regret

ABS Radio spoke with Sir Lester Tuesday afternoon on the cutting edge drive-time programme Live @ 5 about his reflections on close to 4 decades in politics. The former Prime Minister pointed to ABIIT as one of the seminal achievements during his time in office, as well as the Industrial Park at Coolidge. We also …

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Prime Minister Raises Concern That A Requirement Of The Developed Countries Could Take A Huge Toll On The Country’s Revenues

Prime Minster, the Hon Gaston Browne fears a new requirement of the European Union could cause Antigua & Barbuda to lose millions of dollars in revenue. The Prime Minister revealed the new threat on Tuesday as parliament passed another amendment to comply with international financial regulations.

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Prime Minister Raises Concern That A Requirement Of The Developed Countries Could Take A Huge Toll On The Country’s Revenues

Prime Minster, the Hon Gaston Browne fears a new requirement of the European Union could cause Antigua & Barbuda to lose millions of dollars in revenue. The Prime Minister revealed the new threat on Tuesday as parliament passed another amendment to comply with international financial regulations.

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Blacklisting looms over different onshore, offshore tax rates – PM – Antigua Observer


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Blacklisting looms over different onshore, offshore tax rates – PM
Antigua Observer
The European Union is reportedly threatening to blacklist Antigua and Barbuda if it does not harmonise its tax rates for onshore and offshore financial services. This is according to Prime Minister Gaston Browne who was speaking in the parliament on ...
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Barbudan MP Says APUA Ready To Restore Full Power To The Sister Island

Minister responsible for Barbuda Affairs, the Hon. Arthur Nibbs, has responded to reports that electricity has not been restored to the sister island. Electricity is on the island, he confirms, but APUA has to adopt certain protocols before returning power to households, especially those that are not occupied by residents who are yet to return …

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Barbudan MP Says APUA Ready To Restore Full Power To The Sister Island

Minister responsible for Barbuda Affairs, the Hon. Arthur Nibbs, has responded to reports that electricity has not been restored to the sister island. Electricity is on the island, he confirms, but APUA has to adopt certain protocols before returning power to households, especially those that are not occupied by residents who are yet to return …

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Barbudan MP Says APUA Ready To Restore Full Power To The Sister Island

Minister responsible for Barbuda Affairs, the Hon. Arthur Nibbs, has responded to reports that electricity has not been restored to the sister island. Electricity is on the island, he confirms, but APUA has to adopt certain protocols before returning power to households, especially those that are not occupied by residents who are yet to return …

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