The Salvation Army in Antigua, as of Friday, has distributed 1,288,328 meals as part of its disaster response effort in Haiti.
Dr Errol Cort , former parliamentarian representative for St John's Rural East, makes a presentation of a jersey to Shot Gun's player Kevin Chichester. As the ...
Tourism officials are calling on residents and media personnel to adopt better reporting practices as it relates to crime in the country.
A man who was walking the streets in Parham armed with a cutlass and threatening residents yesterday ended up in the hospital after he was shot by police.
Operations at the VC Bird International Airport ground to a halt Saturday night after an aircraft from Virgin Atlantic overshot the runway and could not turn a...
In the wake of a number of incidents that have proven damaging to Antigua & Barbuda’s tourism industry, two tourism stakeholders have made recommendations on h...
Five months after the Antigua Trades and Labour Union (AT&LU) suspended its general secretary an election was held and Alrick Daniel has been identified
The police are on the hunt for the persons who broke into a businessman’s home and stole his gun and ammunition and an undisclosed sum of money.
Marine Biologist John Mussington added his voice to the debate on the benefits the Artisanal Fisheries Complex could generate for Barbudans.
Kelvin Punter, chairman of the Barbuda Council, defended the location of the Artisanal Fisheries Complex to be constructed on Barbuda.