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The National Olympics Committee (NOC) has finally elected new executive after one year of stalling. On Monday night Chet Greene was returned to the post of President of the National Olympics Committee (NOC) for a second consecutive term. He went up against Dr. Philmore Benjamin who got only 14 votes to Greene’s 22. One of Greene’s […]

Climate change has not yet begun to affect the water sources in Antigua and Barbuda, so says a recently published paper by Herrera et al – a geophysical research letter. The paper has shown that climate change was not a factor in the 2013-2016 Antigua drought – the worst for Antigua on record, dating back to […]

The Advanced Passenger Amendment Bill 2018 has made it pass the committee stage of the Lower House and is heading to the Senate for approval. The legislation is intended to harmonise how passenger information is shared with OECS and CARICOM States, with a view to identifying persons who may pose risks to the security of […]

Health Minister Molwyn Joseph has announced an initiative that is sure to change health care on the island. Come 2019, the Health Minister says residents will no longer have to go abroad to receive special eye care treatment. He says this sis as a result of a one million dollar equipment donation from the Chinese […]

The police are continuing to probe the circumstances that led to the discovery of two corpses in the heights of Falmouth in English Harbour. The body of Bharat Kumar and Latoya Craig were found at the home of Kumar’s father, shortly after Craig’s relatives reported to the media that they were missing. According to Craig’s […]

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says contracting the management of the 5th cruise ship berth is one way to ensure profitability of the cruise industry. The prime minister believes that by privatizing the port, the country’s tourism industry stands a better chance of contributing to the economy. As it stands, Global Ports is in the running […]

The Festival of Choirs officially opened the 2018 Independence activities on Sunday. The annual Festival featured 12 acts including the St Peters Anglican Church Senior Choir, the National Children’s Choir, the Antigua Community Players, Expression, the National Choir, the East Side Melodious Singers, the Holy Family Cathedral Choir, the Combined boys Choir of St Joseph’s […]

A law suit filed in the Supreme Court of British Colombia continues to hamper progress at Half Moon Bay. Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the suit is presenting a problem with sourcing an investor to develop the derelict resort. AUDIO – Gaston on half moon bay (1) The suit in question was filed in 2017 […]

Missing 3yr old boy Lanso Jones was found alive wandering alone. It has not been disclosed where the boy was found. He is currently at the MSJMC with his biological father getting treatment. Meanwhile reports indicate that two bodies were found in falmouth harbour. We are not sure if the bodies found are in relation […]

Reports reaching ZDK indicate that the bodies of two persons have been discovered in Falmouth, English Harbor. Sources close to ZDK say the bodies are of one male and one female. Doctors and police are said to be on the scene Police have not been able to confirm this.

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