Monthly Archives: May 2019
Chairman of the Siparia Regional Corporation Glen Ramadharsingh, is questioning the security of the nation’s borders.
A Venezuelan aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing at Piarco International Airport after it developed engine problems, shortly after take off.
Another shooting incident in Carenage, three people have been wounded, among them a 12-year-old boy.
Today marks the start of a two- week registration period for Venezuelan migrants to receive a one-year work permit waiver.
Telecommunications giants, Flow and Digicel are suing the government of Antigua and Barbuda over the issue of digital spectrum allocation.
Prison escapees Michael Findley and Olatunji Denbow were a no show in court and up to yesterday reports were saying they had not been charged.
The Unit Trust Corporation is boasting of an over 5 billion dollar asset base in its Growth and Income Fund.
Minority Leader and Political Leader of the Progressive Democratic Patriots, Watson Duke comes under heavy criticism for refusing to join the One Voice Collaboration in Tobago.
CEPEP chairman Ashton Ford storms out of a Joint Select Committee meeting.
The Coast Guard in the U.S. has intercepted 50 Haitian migrants on an overloaded boat and has sent them back to the island.