The parliamentary representative for St. Peter, Asot Michael, says the move by parliament to amend the Barbuda Land Act has the potential to un- leash Barbuda’s full economic possibilities. In his contribution to the debate in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, Michael said that current
Prime Minister Hon. Gaston Browne announced the Antigua & Barbuda Labour Party has confirmed all 17 candidates for the next general elections and announced that Member of Parliament for St. Peter’s constituency Hon. Asot Michael is one of the candidates that will run on the Party’s ticket.
I have been shown a copy of the article printed in the Observer and later repeated in a broadcast by Martina Johnson on Observer News, on 25th October 2017. The article and broadcast both began with statement that “The National Crime Agency (NCA) in the UK did not pick up Antigua and Barbuda’s
London: I have been informed of the Press Release issued from the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday, 23rd October 2017, and of his decision to relieve me of my Ministerial responsibilities. I have also seen articles in the press in Antigua referring to the Prime Minister’s announcement and
Thank you, Master of Ceremonies. Good afternoon everyone. A special good afternoon to Prime Minister Gaston Browne, to my Cabinet Colleagues, to the President of this resilient institution, to the Executive Members of the AT&LU, its members and supporters, delegates and friends, Comrades
Twin-Island nation of Antigua and Barbuda benefits from recent investment in cruise facilities as assurance of port readiness leads to a bumper year for cruise tourism. St. John’s, Antigua: Following a series of vital meetings with its major cruise line partners last week, Antigua and Barbuda
St. JOHN’S, Antigua and Barbuda: On Monday 25thSeptember, Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne returned from the United Nations in New York, where he championed the cause of small island states against the effects of Climate Change following the destruction of Barbuda and Dominica from super