New deadline set for completion of the work on the Nurses Hostel building
Antigua Observer

A sewage system established close to 50 years ago has caused the delay in work to repair the former Nurses Hostel building on Queen Elizabeth Highway, Health Minister Molwyn Joseph has said.

Barbuda bird population census long overdue
Antigua Observer

The Environmental Awareness Group (EAG) says a survey monitoring the status and trends of the bird population on Barbuda has not been recorded since a 2008 census.

Public to be briefed on Barbuda relief funds
Antigua Observer

The government is expected to release the bank statements of monies put into the Barbuda Relief Fund to rebuild the island which was destroyed by Category 5 Hurricane Irma in September. Critics have said that the process...

Ecologist says donkeys in Barbuda are out of control.
Antigua Observer

Ecologist Dr Frank Rivera-Milan said the donkey population in Barbuda is out of control. Rivera-Milan has taken leave from his work at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services to assist the Environmental Awareness Group in...

Man City beat Burnley, Man Utd lose at Huddersfield, Chelsea rally
Antigua Observer

Manchester City moved five points clear at the top of the Premier League as second-placed Manchester United's unbeaten run surprisingly ended at Huddersfield Town.

Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal in Shanghai Masters final
Antigua Observer

Wimbledon champion Roger Federer beat world number one Rafael Nadal 6-4 6-3 in the Shanghai Masters final to capture his sixth title of the year.

Barbudans absent, island ‘clean-up’ at a crawl
Antigua Observer

Barbudans who are living on the sister isle are appealing to their neighbours to return and clean up what remains of their homes and not to let the conditions worsen even more as time passes.

No winners in secession — in Europe or the Caribbean
Jamaica Observer

Should areas of countries break away and govern themselves as they see fit? That's a question that has been debated in several parts of the world, and is in focus now between Catalonia and Spain; Scotland and the United...

D.A.R.F Provides Financial Grants To 15 Students Evacuated From Dominica
Antigua Observer

The Dominica Antigua Relief Fund -D.A.R.F -has provided 15 students evacuated from Dominica, with financial grants to purchase books, uniforms and articles needed to attend school in Antigua.

Codrington Airport & River Wharf still unable to receive planes and large ferries
Antigua Observer

The Codrington Airport and the River Wharf in Barbuda are still far from ready to receive planes and large ferries.

Good news for child who was at risk of losing leg
Antigua Observer

Four-year-old Faith Laville will not lose her leg which was badly injured in an accident on October 5. Doctors had feared they would have to amputate the kindergartner’s left leg, from below the knee. This was after...

A call for more Barbudans to return home to improve clean up efforts
Antigua Observer

The clean-up of Codrington has slowed to a crawl as National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) contractors await the return of the people who had to be evacuated from Barbuda after hurricane Irma last month....

Editorial: Many times, the innocent suffer the consequences
Antigua Observer

Yesterday, we had not one, not two, but three news items in The Daily OBSERVER relating to serious road accidents. In two of those incidents someone died and in the other, two people were rushed to the hospital...

Higher food prices coming?
Antigua Observer

Consumers may have to pay even more than they are already paying for fresh produce as the agricultural fallout from Hurricane Maria deepens. The Category 5 storm destroyed the agricultural sector in Dominica, Antigua and...

Guyana bracing fuh Hurricane Jagdeo
Kaieteur News

It tek hurricanes to bruck up St Maarten, Barbuda, Dominica, Puerto Rico and couple place in de United States. When people talk bout mash up dem mean real blows. Some place look like if people tek wood and just throw dem...

Govt’ re-affirms commitment to improving internet connectivity
Antigua Observer

By Theresa Gordon theresa.gordon@antiguaobserver.com The government is making yet another commitment to improving the internet connectivity within all school plants on the island. Poor bandwidth is said to be one of the...

Swimmers to vie for OECS spot at weekend Invitational
Antigua Observer

By Neto Baptiste Over 80 swimmers are expected to compete this weekend in the Antigua and Barbuda Swimming Federation (ABSF) Invitational slated for the Athletic Club in Coolidge. Technical director, Edith Clashing, said...

Early morning fire leaves 15 jobless
Antigua Observer

By Martina Johnson Fifteen people, mostly self-employed, lost their businesses when a fire broke out and burned three buildings in the city during the early morning hours yesterday. Those left jobless operated or worked...

Editorial: What was the plan for the new water?
Antigua Observer

It struck us as odd that the Cabinet was unaware that the substandard, aging water distribution network plays a significant factor in our water woes. We covered it as a story, but it was hardly news, save and except, that...

Information Ministry staff demanding a move after second walk-off
Antigua Observer

By Claneisha Gomes claneisha.gomes@antiguaobserver.com Relocating from their office at the Sealy Building to what they believe is a clean and safe workplace will appease the 20 workers who said that for the past eight...

Three Antiguans and Barbudans deported from the US on Wednesday
Antigua Observer

Three middle aged convicts were yesterday deported to Antigua from the United States.

Employers urged to hire Dominicans
Antigua Observer

Although local businesses are not obligated to hire non-nationals who fled their countries following Hurricane Irma and Maria, the Labour Minister Steadroy Cutie Benjamin wants them to consider the option. Benjamin, in an...

Solid Waste grappling with ‘inflated’ bills daily
Antigua Observer

By Kieron Murdoch Melford Nicholas, information minister, has pointed to an invoice which the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) reportedly claims is eight times higher than it should be as an example of...

The cost of a baby in Antigua – Conception to birth
Antigua Observer

Having a baby can bring one of the greatest joys in life as a healthy, happy child is the delight of any parent, whether it’s a boy or a girl. From the thoughts of a new addition to the family to shopping for those...

Children to benefit from OECS-UNICEF “Return to Happiness Programme”
Dominica News Online

214 children from Barbuda received psycho social assistance, after the trauma of hurricane Irma, through the Return to Happiness Programme implemented from October 2-7 by 17 education specialists. The Saint-lucian...

Quarter of population undernourished – FAO report
Antigua Observer

A new report from the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization has ranked Antigua and Barbuda second to Haiti in the prevalence of undernourishment among the population.

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