A partial dome collapse of the Soufriere Hills Volcano in Montserrat, yesterday, which sent ash billowing at least 50,000 feet into the air
By the end of April the Minister of Finance should have a report on an investigation into the Ministry of Sport’s awarding of $43 million in contracts for repa...
Chief Health Inspector Lionel Michael has advised that fish from the recent fish kill phenomenon in the Dredge Bay salt pond should not be consumed.
Expecting to win election challenges before the courts, the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) yesterday pressed Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer
The police have nabbed a suspect in the Maria Cristina Urbaez Felix murder case. Sources reported that the man, who was caught at the airport on Wednesday
Residents and visitors are again being told to stay away from the country’s beaches and coastal waters because of perilous marine conditions.
Glowing tributes reverberated through the halls of the Parliament building yesterday as the Lower House paused
There was initial panic when a plume of smoke blew towards the Sealy building yesterday afternoon, engulfing a section of the Sir George Walter Highway.
Vendors selling bootleg CDs and DVDs in St John’s under the cover of night, to elude inspectors during the day, have been warned their tricks will soon no long...
Antigua’s Guides will be shining the light on poverty reduction this Thinking Day. According to Assistant Commissioner with Responsibility for Public Relations...