EDITORIAL: Forecast: Heavy downpour of promises
Antigua Observer

According to the Political Meteorological Office (PMO), the forecast for the next few weeks is a mix of sunshine and clouds with heavy downpours of promises. Following that, we can all expect a drought. That drought will...

PM Browne teases more election details
Antigua Observer

In two days’ time, the ruling Antigua Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) will be officially launching its election campaign, another sure sign that general elections are nigh.

PM Browne: Dr Oswald should do his research
Antigua Observer

Gaston Browne, prime minister, yesterday disagreed with Antiguan political analyst, Dr. Oswald Thomas, who had suggested that the electorate has be- come numb to allegations of corruption within the government.

Elections will be called early, but when?
Antigua Observer

There’s no need for continued speculation about whether general elections will be called early or whether an announcement will be made in the very near future.

State College staff and students in face-to-face with PM
Antigua Observer

Hundreds of students and staff members at the Antigua State College (ASC) laid their burdens at the feet of Gaston Browne, prime minister, during a nearly two-hour-long meeting at the college on Tuesday.

Editorial: So close yet …
Antigua Observer

The results of the recent mock election held by the Free and Fair Election League and the poll executed by Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES) have Antigua and Barbuda in an election frenzy. In every corner...

DNA not gaining voter traction – pollster
Antigua Observer

Electoral newcomer, the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) is not gaining any traction with voters, even as its leader is enjoying some popularity with the people, according to a recent poll.

Editorial: A love-hate relationship with polls
Antigua Observer

If you want to create a stir in the world of politics, then host a mock election in the midst of an anxious mood leading up to what could possibly be an early election.  That is exactly what the Free and Fair Election...

ABLP leads in new CADRES poll
Antigua Observer

The results of a poll released by the Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES) suggest that if a snap election were called today, the Antigua Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) is likely to retain power.

State College – Lovell admits not enough was done
Antigua Observer

Harold Lovell, political leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP) has defended the 10-year UPP administration’s record on the dilapidated and overcrowded Antigua State College (ASC) saying that the facility was a...

Another poll, another winner
Antigua Observer

A day after a local poll showed the opposition United Progressive Party emerging winner at the next general election, another poll has come out saying the opposite.

Tabor to appeal defamation ruling
Antigua Observer

There will be an appeal of the decision of the Master of the High Court, who this week granted Prime Minister Gaston Browne permission to sue the opposition United Progressive Party’s (UPP) spokesman, Damani Tabor,...

UPP happy with victory at the polls
Antigua Observer

1q`t2ffqThe country’s main opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) is basking in the results of the recent mock elections, while the ruling administration is dismissing it as a “mockery.”

EDITORIAL: Let’s talk about defamation, shall we?
Antigua Observer

Recently, High Court Master Fidela Corbin-Lincoln handed down a ruling that has paved the way for Prime Minister Gaston Browne to sue Damani Tabor for defamation.  The spokesperson for the opposition United Progressive...

Union wins landmark case on behalf of bank workers
Jamaica Observer

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — The Antigua and Barbuda Workers' Union (ABWU) has won a landmark case in the Industrial Court against the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), on behalf of the bank's employees.In a statement, the...

Antigua and Barbuda Workers Union wins landmark case
Nation News

ST JOHN’S – The Antigua and Barbuda Workers Union (ABWU) has won a landmark case in the Inustrial Court against the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) on behalf of the Bank’s employees. In a statement, the...

PM gets approval to sue opposition spokesman
Antigua Observer

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has been given permission to sue the spokesman for the opposition United Progressive Party (UPP), Damani Tabor for defamation.

ABWU wins landmark case
Antigua Observer

The Antigua and Barbuda Workers Union (ABWU) has won the legal challenge it mounted against the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in 2013, on behalf of the workers at the financial institution.

Widies women’s squad gets ready for tour of New Zealand
Dominica News Online

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The Selection panel of Cricket West Indies today announced the Windies women’s squad for the upcoming tour to New Zealand from March 4 to 25. The Windies will play three One-Day...

Three CARICOM countries scheduled to hold General Elections in 2018
The Dominican

The CARICOM countries of Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados and Grenada are scheduled to hold general elections during 2018. While only the date for Grenada has been set

Feature: 4th Test West Indies vs England, March 27 – April 1, 1981
Antigua Observer

The announcement that the Antigua Recreation Ground was to become test cricket’s 52nd test venue came at a critical time in the island’s history, when politicians were focused on severing ties from Great...

Massiah says DNA will be ready for elections
Antigua Observer

The leader of the National Democratic Alliance said her full slate of candidates will be unveiled in time when the prime minister announces the date for the general elections.

Collegiate Athletes Lead Commonwealth Selections
Antigua Observer

Collegiate athletes Cejhae Greene and Jess St. John, headline a seven-member track & field team selected to carry the country’s flag at this year’s Commonwealth Games slated for 4-15 April in Queensland,...

PM apologises for “brutalisation” of Rastas
Antigua Observer

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has issued an apology to Antigua and Barbuda’s Rastafarian community for what he said was the decades of persecution and abuse they suffered at the hands of the police.

Antigua Lower House passes amendment to decriminalize ganja
Dominica News Online

The Lower House in Antigua has passed the amendment to the Misuse of Drugs Act, which according to the online news source, Antigua News Room will pave the way for the decriminalization of marijuana. However, for it to...

EDITORIAL: Risk management and diversification
Antigua Observer

Former prime minister and living national hero Sir Lester Bird is said to be urging the government and the people of Antigua and Barbuda to go all in on tourism. While making his presentation during the debate on the...

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