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Cabinet mulls utilising Covid tracking devices to reduce number of missing persons

By Robert A. Emmanuel [email protected] Tracking bracelets, once used to monitor persons with Covid-19, could be used to help families who have relatives with neurodegenerative diseases...
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Farm dominates opponents while Warriors get comfortable win in Second Division

Sea View Farm asserted their dominance over their opponents in the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association’s (ABFA) Second Division on Wednesday, beating neighbours Freeman’s...

Drag Racing’s Marsh To Be Named Sports Ambassador

The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda has named creator and owner of Marsh-built Motors, Jason Marsh, a sports ambassador, making him the fourth athlete...
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