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      In one of his most recent displays of passion and commitment to matters in Anguilla, Mr. Curtis Richardson, Minister of Infrastructure, assured the people of the island [...]

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    The packed Teachers’ Resource Centre exploded in applause every time Anguilla’s students out-performed their regional counterparts or otherwise did very well as the results of the CAPE and [...]

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        There are concerns and questions in the community about the new Property Tax 2016 which has recently been implemented by the Anguilla Government to collect some [...]

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      On Friday August 12, Government Officials, along with personnel from the Anguilla Fire & Rescue Services and the Air & Sea Port Authority, assembled at the Executive [...]

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    The above is one of the common idioms which, for ages, lent colour, expression, and interpretative meaning to many of the sayings in our modern languages. In this [...]

- Lynroy Samuel

With the government’s plan to decriminalise up to five grammes of marijuana, United Progressive Party (UPP) Senator Damani Tabor is calling this move a knee-jerk reaction by the Antigua & Barbuda. [...]

- Lynroy Samuel

Antigua & Barbuda’s team doctor to the Rio Olympics, Dr Philmore Benjamin, has apologised to the nation following public complaints over the sudden “no-show” of sprinter Daniel Bailey for the 100 metres semifinal heats in Brazil. [...]

- Lynroy Samuel

Relatives, co-workers and well-wishers were brought to tears as a MEDIVAC helicopter lifted from the helipad at Mount St John’s Medical Hospital with burn victim, Gayan Williams onboard. [...]

- Lynroy Samuel

Cyclists across Antigua & Barbuda are gearing up for what has become one of the most gruelling events on the cycling calendar, the Subway 3 Stage Race starting on Saturday morning. [...]

- Lynroy Samuel

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (CMC) - New sprint queen Elaine Thompson sped to victory in the 100 metres at the Lausanne Diamond League meet on Thursday to build on her double success at the recent Olympic Games in Brazil. [...]

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Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday denied there is any secrecy about the government’s agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) concerning Baha Mar, despite substantive details of the agreement being left to speculation. “There is nothing secret that we do,” said Christie at the groundbreaking ceremony for a new $2.3 million classroom block at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI). “I know when I sit at the negotiating table that the International Monetary Fund [...]

A day after warning that a Free National Movement (FNM) administration would cancel any aspect of the government’s agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China that it deems not to be in the best interest of Bahamians, FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday challenged the government to deny that the concessions “in the secret under the table deal with the Chinese” gives the right to automatic citizenship to hundreds of Chinese nationals. Minnis was referring to the agreement to get the trouble [...]

With speculation mounting over specifics of the agreement the Christie administration reached with the Export-Import Bank of China on Monday, the government yesterday denied that it has offered any citizenship grants in relation to the deal to get Baha Mar completed and opened. The government also denied that it has given away or sold any islands as a part of the agreement. It said, “Nothing has been given by way of concessions that has not been offered before to previous investors. As the prime [...]

In a surprise mid-trial decision, two teenagers involved in the vicious stabbing death of Doris Johnson student Adonai Wilson entered guilty pleas yesterday. The convicts, ages 17 and 16, were charged with murder for the December 9, 2015 attack on Wilson, a deadly end to an afterschool fight that was, according to the evidence, started by the deceased. On Thursday, the convicts maintained their not guilty pleas to the murder charge and the 17-year-old pleaded guilty to manslaughter while the 16- [...]

Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday refused to answer questions regarding the letter of intent (LOI) for Stellar Waste-To Energy’s renewable energy plant signed by Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells, who Minnis criticized for the debacle back when Wells was still a member of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). Wells is now leader of opposition business in the House of Assembly since joining the FNM late last year. Back in 2014, Minnis tabled questions he insisted the PLP a [...]

A PREGNANT WIFE watched in horror on Thursday as gunmen stormed the matrimonial home, pumped numerous shots in her husband who was next to her, and then fled into the night. It was a robbery gone bad,... [...]

TIRED OF TURNING on their taps and getting nothing but air, while still being charged for water, some residents of Horse Hill, St Joseph, are planning to take their bills and their frustration to the steps... [...]

TWO MONTHS AFTER the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, Barbados has not seen any major drop-off in visitors from its most important tourist market. That assurance has come from chairman... [...]

THE WORLD BANK has come under heavy criticism from Minister of International Business Donville Inniss for its recent report on Doing Business in Barbados. Inniss, also responsible for portfolios Industry,... [...]

IF GOVERNMENT SENATOR Jepter Ince has his way, not only would the Hyatt hotel be built in Bridgetown, but The City would also be transformed with condominiums and high-rise hotels. During the lunchtime... [...]

There are now five test-confirmed cases of Zika in the territory, according to Dr. Ronald Georges, medical officer of health. [...]

While new and returning students at H. Lavity Stoutt Community College resumed classes on Monday, HLSCC President Dr. Karl Dawson was nowhere to be seen. [...]

On any given Boxing Day, hundreds of residents gather at the Ellis Thomas Downs to watch horses race. But that’s not how it’s always been. [...]

In July, government officials released two of several studies that forecast the long-term impact of an expanded Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport, but they declined to provide several other documents about the proposed project, including a May 2014 report by the United Kingdom statutory body Infrastructure UK. [...]

The Reaching Out Foundation, a youth organisation from the Seventh and Eighth districts, visited Police Headquarters on Monday to donate breathalysers to traffic officers, according to Police Information Officer Diane Drayton. [...]

- Jorge C. de la Paz

La llama olímpica fue apagada el pasado domingo en el mítico estadio Ma­racaná de Río de Janeiro, pero el espíritu de los Juegos se mantendrá  bien encendido en todos aquellos que disfrutaron durante estas dos semanas de lo que más vale y brilla del deporte a nivel global [...]

- Yusmary Romero Cruz

El verano está a punto de despedirse. Han transcurrido dos meses donde, además del in­tenso calor, también la alegría ha sido un in­gre­diente imprescindible [...]

- Pedro Rioseco

El intento de los manipuladores intelectuales de la derecha por convertir una protesta de cooperativistas mineros en una es­calada desestabilizadora contra el gobierno bo­li­viano, se revirtió hoy contra ellos tras el vil asesinato del viceministro Rodolfo Illanes [...]

- Martin Hacthoun

En sentencia histórica, 28 represores de la última dictadura cívico-militar argentina (1976-1983) fueron condenados ayer en Córdoba a cadenas perpetua [...]

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Una nue­va planta para producir el bioplaguicida conocido como Tabaquina, elaborado a partir de la picadura o polvo de rapé del tabaco, se inauguró en la Coo­perativa de Producción Agro­pe­cuaria Amistad Cubano Búlgara, de la provincia de Mayabeque [...]

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WILLEMSTAD – At the first of a new series of Stakeholders meetings organized on Friday, August 26th, ADECK announced its partnership with CX Pay to facilitate an e-commerce service platform for its members. ADECK also announced that its new website can accept online payments, evidenced by the fact that a number of participants at the […] [...]

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WILLEMSTAD – An election stunt. This is how the Curaçao Business Association (VBC) calls the decision made by the Minister of Social Development, Labor and Welfare Ruthmilda Larmonie-Cecilia to raise the minimum wage to almost 2,000 guilders per month. According to Joop Kusters, chairman of the VBC this is a solo act. “Such a decision […] [...]

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Houston – Venezuela has not been able to import all the crude and fuel it needs this year to cover shortfalls at oilfields and refineries as state-run PDVSA struggles to pay suppliers on time, according to trade sources and internal company data seen exclusively by Reuters. The decline is the largest in five years as […] [...]

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WILLEMSTAD – This week the Minister of Spatial Planning, Suzanne Camelia-Römer presented a the ‘Plan di Maneho pa Willemstad Historiko 2016-2020 (Management Plan for Historic Willemstad 2016-2020) to the different stakeholders that helped worked on the plan. She also presented to plan to her colleagues, the Ministers of Economic Development and Education and Culture. The management […] [...]

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WILLEMSTAD – The introduction day of the new school year started for the students of the Inter-Continental University of the Caribbean with a look behind the scenes of Floris Suite Hotel – Spa and Beach Club. Program manager Peter Marc ter Linde had put in a request for a visit to the hotel. General Manager […] [...]

La nueva actualización eleva en seis el número de fallecidos después de los últimos rescates de cadáveres en las poblaciones afectadas [...]

“A veces, nos hemos planteado una escandalosa definición: esta de susurrar vergonzosamente que somos un grupo de teatro que hace teatro de texto, lo cual puede conducir a un paisaje del pleistoceno con sus dinosaurios y palmeras” [...]

El ministro de deportes ruso Vitali Mutko tildó de inhumano la exclusión de los atletas [...]

El derecho barquisimetano se enfrentará esta noche contra los Rangers y tratará de salir bien parado de Arlington [...]

El manager de los Nacionales de Washington piensa que el slump del receptor carabobeño se debe a que su swing se ha vuelto un poco más lento y no a la fatiga [...]

A thirty-six-year-old man from the village of Vendome in St George is charged in connection with last Saturday’s vehicular accident in Tempe, St George that resulted in the death of a seventy-two year old man.  Sharfi Mc Burnie made his first court appearance at the St. George’s number two Magistrate Court on Tuesday. Now charged with causing death by reckless and dangerous driving, he appeared before acting magistrate Francine Foster for the start of preliminary inquiries to determine whether t [...]

A seventy-two year old Beausejour resident claims she is being repeatedly harassed by break-ins and vandalism of her home by one specific young man. The very upset victim is a Grenadian by birth, who lived in England for a number of years before returning to Grenada in 2008 to build her home. She said since then her home has been broken into by the same individual four times; three in the past and a recent one over the carnival weekend. This she thinks is quite unbearable. The victim said that h [...]

A High Court Judge in Grenada has issued a landmark ruling that the state is to be held accountable for the actions of two off duty police officers who took matters into their own hands in dealing with a driver who was involved in a road accident with one of their brothers.  The matter, which sparked much legal debate before the high court for some sixteen years, ended two weeks ago with High Court Judge Dexter Theodore ruling in favor of the victim Michael Sanderson. The victim complained that [...]

A leading steel pan arranger in Grenada has lashed out against members of the Grenada Spicemas Corporation for what he dubbed blatant disrespect and disregard shown to steel pan lovers, the culture, and the winners of the 2016 Panorama title. Speaking to members of the media last Saturday after his victorious steel-band – FLOW Commancheros was denied the opportunity to celebrate their moment on stage, arranger Andre Greenidge said he was vexed and wanted the organizers of Spicemas to know that p [...]

National Democratic Congress (NDC) has congratulated and commended all the stake holders and administrators on what to the party, seemed to be a much better carnival season in 2016 but believes that there is still much more to be done. According to NDC’s Public Relations Officer Randal Robinson, speaking at Monday’s press briefing said though the financial constraints of the government are understandable the New National Party (NNP) administration should place more emphasis on supporting the Spi [...]

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… exhibition underway at Umana Yana ADMINISTRATOR of the Burrowes School of Art, Ivor Thom, says the institution is not an alternative and should be respected just as any other prominent educational institution in the country. During the launch of the school’s annual art exhibition at the Umana Yana, Thom told the Guyana Chronicle that ... [...]

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BY Ariana Gordon EMPHASISING national unity as an imperative for the development of Guyana, President David Granger has flayed race-based politics and has urged greater unity among the Guyanese people.Delivering remarks at the Peoples National Congress Reform’s (PNCR) 19th Biennial Congress, held at the Party’s headquarters at Congress Place in Sophia on Friday night, The ... [...]

- Leon Trim

PUBLIC Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes is on her way to China, leading a team for talks with the principals of Huawei Technologies Ltd., the entity that constructed the US$32M E-Government network in coastal Guyana.A release from the Ministry of Public Telecommunications noted that Floyd Levi, Head of the E-Government Unit, is accompanying the delegation, which ... [...]

- Leon Trim

…says contract should not be revoked By Ariana Gordon VISIBLY nervous, Minister of Public Health, Dr. George Norton, appeared before the local media to issue an apology for inaccurate utterances he had recently made in regard to the storage bond issue before the National Assembly.Facing mounting calls for him to be relieved of his portfolio, ... [...]

- Leon Trim

COMMUNITY Development Councils (CDCs) in hinterland communities have been advised to engage regional governing bodies to have their needs addressed.This advice came after the CDCs queried how they can access resources for communities. Minister of Communities, Ronald Bulkan, told Indigenous leaders at the National Toshaos Council (NTC) Meeting on Wednesday that CDCs must engage the ... [...]

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The St. Eustatius Telephone Company is seeking a Network Operation “(NO)” Manager.   MAIN FUNCTIONS: Planning and implementing outside plant infrastructures (Copper, Fiber and Aerial)   Successfully manage all assigned […] [...]

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The St. Eustatius Telephone Company is seeking a Network Operation “(NO)” /Information Technology “(IT)” Technician who can assist as an all-rounder both in the NO field and the IT field. […] [...]

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Over the years we have seen our politicians at work. As a people one of our hope and prayer is that when we vote our leaders into office they would […] [...]

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Press Release   Kralendijk, September 30th , 2014   CONFERENCE FOR BETTER STUDY RESULTS   Which measures and facilities are needed to enable more students from the former Netherlands Antilles […] [...]

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On Wednesday August 20th, 2014, two young men were sent to Bonaire for pre-trail detention.   They are suspected of committing various robberies on the island.   I do not know the […] [...]

MIAMI – Hurricane Gaston is expected to weaken to a tropical storm in the Atlantic. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says the storm’s maximum sustained winds early Thursday are near 75 mph (120 kph) with weakening forecast during the next day or so. The hurricane is centered about 1,225 miles (1,970 kilometers) east of the Leeward Islands and is moving northwest near 17 mph (28 kph). Meanwhile in the Pacific, Tropical Storm Lester formed far off Mexico’s coast. The storm’s maximum sustained wi [...]

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Minister Jacobs announces that schools will reopen on Thursday August 25. The Meteorological Office head Mr. Isaac has confirmed that the system is moving further west and while we may experience some scattered showers tomorrow they are not expected to be a threat. No damage to schools have been reported and as such schools can reconvene. St. Maarten is thankful that it has been spared serious negative effects of the passing wave which did bring some rain, thunderstorm [...]

SUCKER GARDEN, St. Maarten - The United People’s Party (UP Party), has postponed the public meeting at its first scheduled venue in Sucker Garden until further notice and is inviting the general public to its Saturday August 27th public meeting in Dutch Quarter on the Plantz Property adjacent Mc Donald’s. The public meeting will begin at 7:00pm and ending at 11:00pm. The general public is invited to come out and get updates from the 23 energetic candidates for the UP Party, who are eager to tell [...]

PHILIPSURG, St. Maarten - During the Council of Ministers Press briefing Minister of Public Health, Social Emil Lee commented on the release issued by former chairman of the supervisory board of SZV Dr. Michel Petit where he stated that he resigned from the board due to the “overreaching and undue influence” from the Minister.  ”Personally, I have a tremendous amount of respect for Dr. Petit as a medical professional but I question his effectiveness as Chairman of the SZV board and I am disappoi [...]

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Former Member of Parliament Romain Laville on Wednesday was cleared and found innocent of all gun charges as well as all charges of making gun threats that was brought against him, with the exception of a minor charge relating to the renewal of his gun license. For this the judge imposed a conditional one-month sentence and two years probation. Laville will appeal the latter verdict. Laville and his family has fought these charges legally and publicly for four years as [...]

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- By JONATHAN AUSTIN Daily News Staff

ST. THOMAS — A disheveled Wayne James appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ruth Miller on Thursday afternoon for his advice-of-rights hearing after being extradited from Italy. [...]

- By JONATHAN AUSTIN Daily News Staff

Water and Power Authority Executive Director Julio Rhymer Sr. said Thursday that Government House is considering a proposal that ultimately would use property tax revenues to help the territory’s hospitals pay off their overdue power bills. [...]

- By SUZANNE CARLSON Daily News Staff

A woman was killed Wednesday in a traffic accident on St. Croix. [...]

- By SUZANNE CARLSON Daily News Staff

Gov. Kenneth Mapp has fired Human Services Commissioner Vivian Ebbesen-Fludd. [...]

- By SUZANNE CARLSON Daily News Staff

ST. THOMAS — Candidates on St. Thomas will pull new numbers for positions on the General Election ballot today, after the casting of lots went awry Thursday night. [...]