Motorists reject gov’t explanation for high gas prices
Antigua Observer

Some motorists have said they are not satisfied with government’s reasons for not reducing prices at the pumps despite plummeting oil prices on the international market.

Sailing Up The Charts
Antigua Observer

Antigua’s Jules Mitchell, right, competed in two international sailing events in Ontario, Canada last month. In the 2015 Cork International/Sail Canada Youth Championships, Mitchell placed 9th out of a total of 57...

Resilient: Dominicans commit to rebuilding their country
Antigua Observer

Tropical Storm Erika dealt a severe blow to island, claiming 20 lives with an undisclosed number of people still missing. Flood waters, washed away bridges, homes cars and just about everything in its path.

Griffith On Guatemala: 2012 Nightmare Won’t Recur
Antigua Observer

A day after the national team’s Technical Director Piotr Nowak expressed confidence ahead of Friday’s Guatemala showdown, Benna Boys defensive stalwart Quinton Griffith is going a step further.

Health Inspector says restrict, not ban plastic bags
Antigua Observer

Minister of Health Molwyn Joseph has said as of January 1 2016, the country will be placing a ban on the importation of plastic shopping bags, but the nation’s chief health inspector is warning that other debris pose...

Report: Clippers C DeAndre Jordan drops agents after tumultuous summer
Antigua Observer

Los Angeles, USA -- Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan has split with his representatives at Relativity Media, Dan Fegan and Jarinn Akana, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times.

Cruise tourism workshop to raise the standard
Antigua Observer

Antigua & Barbuda will, for the second time, be the host of a workshop aimed at boosting the country’s cruise tourism ratings.

Dietitian discourages use of processed foods
Antigua Observer

A registered dietitian is advising against the use of ultra-processed foods, amidst a Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), World Health Organisation (WHO) report that such foods are driving the obesity epidemic in...

More relief pledges for Dominica
Antigua Observer

More organisations are responding positively to the plight of residents of Dominica who are seeking to pick up the pieces following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika.

CAL workers go to work
Trinidad Newsday

‘Superboy’ gets ‘bounce’ from PM
Trinidad Newsday

FOUR-YEAR-OLD Kal-el Alleyne, the country's youngest ever recipient of a national award, received a bounce from Prime Minister Kamla Persad- Bissessar and was lifted into the air by Denise Archie, wife of Chief Justice...

1.09M can vote
Trinidad Newsday

SPECIAL voters began casting their votes yesterday, one week before the General Election as Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) chief elections officer Ramesh Nanan confirmed that 1,099,275 citizens were eligible to...

200 get water in Temple Village
Trinidad Newsday

For the very first time, residents of Temple Village, Blanchisseusse Road, Arima, will receive pipeborne water in their homes. Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, Ganga Singh, yesterday commissioned the...

2 convicts escape from Carrera
Trinidad Newsday

WHILE the Prisons Officers Association is blaming a shortage of staff and other facilities at the maximum security island prison at Carrera, the Commissioner of Prisons Sterling Stewart, is saying otherwise: that breaches...

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RECENT COMMENTS
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Clarificaton, 4 April 2013
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Methodist Training Centre Opened In Orange Hill, St. Ann Montego Bay
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Jackie Ramperaud (guest): I think he was coming back from work

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Shanell Watkinon-Peterso (guest): I enjoyed reading this article. We in the Caribbean have much fruits an vegetables which we should be thankful for.

Anil Roberts for Sports Ministry
anil dewan (guest): 7074092286