The untimely death of Shawn Warner has caused much speculation and coroners on island have been unable to come to a conclusive decision on what was the cause of death. The 27-year-old’s mother Sandra Warner and the rest of his family have been calling for the information to be released since he died on November […]

A meeting between government officials, officials from Scotia Bank and Republic Financial Holdings Friday, January 18th 2019 only left the parties wanting another meeting. Government Chief of Staff Lionel Hurst told ZDK Newsroom that no decision was made that day and only preliminary discussions concerning the acquisition of Scotia’s assets took place. He says another […]

These are results from the Antigua Barbuda Electoral Commission (ABEC) according to constituency. Perhaps not so surprising Barbuda voted overwhelmingly against the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) – 24 per cent FOR and 72 per cent AGAINST. The electorates in Antigua and Barbuda have voted to stay with the London-based Privy Council as the country’s final […]

The Health Minister has put a percentage to the number of patients who had to be treated for non-communicable diseases aboard the Ark Peace. During the boat’s visit, its captain reported that NCDs were among the most prevalent ailments treated, but up until now a number had not been put forward. The Health Minister Molwyn […]

George Ryan one of two persons knighted yesterday (Thursday) is asking the government to find experienced workers to assist with the construction of road networks across the country. Speaking to ZDK this morning, the construction connoisseur said he is “sore and put out with the progress that is being made on the roads”. AUDIO – […]

he government is likely to pay public sector workers their long overdue back pay on referendum day. This week’s Cabinet spokesperson Melford Nicholas says the Minister of Finance Prime Minister Gaston Browne has succeeded in negotiating a $5 million dollar loan to pay one month’s back pay to civil servants only.  This means that established […]

Well the deadline for the Police Service Commission to answer to a letter by the suspended police commissioner has come and gone. In a letter dated October 30th Wendel Robinson through his lawyer Sir Richard Cheltenham gave the PSC a deadline of Friday November 2nd – that’s today – at which time the lawyer and his […]

  Today (Friday)is the last day given to the Police Service Commission to respond to a letter by Sir Richard Cheltenham. Cheltenham is the lawyer representing suspended Police Commissioner Wendel Robinson in a case of wrongful dismissal against the PSC. On Tuesday, the lawyer issued a letter to the Commission threatening to take further legal […]

Meanwhile, Health Minister Molwyn Joseph has cleared up the statement made in cabinet which referenced an increase in HIV among young people The notes indicated that there is at present an increase in HIV among young people as a result of reckless sexual activity and their inability to access condoms. But the Minister says that […]

Businessmen Martin Ellis Franklin and George Ryan have been conferred with Knighthoods. The two, one of whom is well known to the Antigua and Barbuda public were bestowed these honours during the country’s ceremonial parade on Independence Day. George Ryan, the most of the two, was recognised for his contribution to business and community service […]

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