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Molwyn Takes up Cell Tower Issue

Molwyn Takes up Cell Tower Issue

Antigua St. John's - Senior Member of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) and Member of Parliament in St. Mary's North Molwyn Joseph has taken up the proliferation of cell towers issue recently on radio show Fire and Steel.

Follow The Wheelchair

Follow The Wheelchair

There is a popular song: “Follow the Leader Leader Leader, Follow the Leader Leader …”  but if the Antigua Labour Party gets its way, “Leader” will be replaced by “wheelchair”.

Gaston Eying Dr Dr BS's Job

Gaston Eying Dr Dr BS's Job

He may not state this publicly, but Chairman of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) Gaston Browne is focussing on becoming the country’s fourth prime minister. Sound farfetched?

Inside Politics – End of An Era?

Inside Politics – End of An Era?

When the Antigua Labour Party emerges from its biennial convention tentatively set for November 25, 2012, there is all likelihood that the party, the country’s oldest political institution, will have a new leader whose last name is not Bird.

ALP Transparent-See

ALP Transparent-See

The leadership of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) made it absolutely clear during their Insight program on ZDK on Tuesday that they are a group hungry for power.

Is Joseph Scared or Smart

Is Joseph Scared or Smart

Antigua St John's - For Molwyn Joseph to say there is no leadership war or disunity within the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) demonstrates just how terrified he is of party leader Lester Bird.

Why Molwyn Leads Gaston and Bird

Why Molwyn Leads Gaston and Bird

A Caribarena.com poll on Wednesday saw Molwyn Joseph as the favourite to lead the Antigua Labour Party (ALP).

With Eyes Pressed Shut

With Eyes Pressed Shut

There is a saying, "Close your eyes and see," attributed to MP for St Peter’s Asot Michael during a campaign speech years ago.

ALP is not the Answer

ALP is not the Answer

The public disagreement between Leader of the Antigua Labour Party Lester Bird and Chairman Gaston Browne is a clear indication that the ALP has not changed. After eight years in opposition, the ALP still does not get it.

Amendment to Banking Act Strengthens ECCB Regulatory Powers

Amendment to Banking Act Strengthens ECCB Regulatory Powers

Antigua St. John's - Minister of Education, Sports, Youth & Gender Affairs Dr. Jaqui Quinn-Leandro on Friday led the passage of the Banking Amendment Act 2012 through the lower house.

Money Talks - Power Plant Walks

Money Talks - Power Plant Walks

There is no doubt that the supposedly "new" Chinese-built Wadadli Power Plant is not new, despite costing the people of Antigua & Barbuda a minimum of US$52 M.

Springing Forward

Springing Forward

With the local economy in the wilderness, it’s not surprising that the momentum is rigidly against the incumbent.  By sheer numbers, the DNA of triumph is not decided on a single issue.

Truth and Consequences

Truth and Consequences

Last week Wednesday, to the surprise of all, Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer was spared the humiliation of the historic Draft Resolution of No-Confidence. Due to health troubles, opposition Leader Lester Bird was absence at the time the motion was called.

March to Independence - Calypsonians Cries

March to Independence - Calypsonians Cries

Following its attainment of independence and national sovereignty on November 1, 1981, Antigua and Barbuda had sufficiently “…prospered” as to be considered a nation destined to be on good “…economic foundations.”

Justice Astaphan's Profound Judgment - Part I

Justice Astaphan's Profound Judgment - Part I

This commentary, interspersed with metaphorism, primarily focuses upon aspects of an historic and profound Judgment recently delivered within the nation’s “…Halls of Justice.”

Heat of the Blazing Sons

Even though both are held by hand, there may be no illusions as to the uses of a cricket bat and a microphone.

Government Slashes Tax Refund Bill

Government Slashes Tax Refund Bill

Antigua St. John’s - Government owes just over $3.5 million dollars in Antigua & Barbuda Sales Tax refunds, well below the $20 million that was outstanding a year ago, Finance and Economy Minister Harold Lovell has said.

Global Destinations Says Joseph Was Insulting

Global Destinations Says Joseph Was Insulting

Dear Editor, 
 
On behalf of my client, Global Destinations Development, I am providing a response to the unfounded distortions and insults of MP Molwyn Joseph in the article, "MP Shreds St John's Study" that appeared September 26.

Melford Fails On MOU

Melford Fails On MOU

I enjoy listening to the Fire and Steel show on ZDK radio. I think the show is a great way to stay informed and to see another point of view that may not have been immediately available to me as a member of the public.

Airport Tax Changes Approved

Airport Tax Changes Approved

Antigua St John's - The government has presented and passed the Airport Administration Charge Act, 2012 introduced by Finance and Economy Minister Harold Lovell.

Gaston Proposes Credit Cards for Government Ministers

Gaston Proposes Credit Cards for Government Ministers

Antigua St John's - Deputy leader of the Antigua Labour Party Gaston Brown has said that his party will be advocating for a credit card system to be put in place for government ministers and other officials who travel often as part of an accountability system that would not only provide a better microscope for overseas spending but also remove some of the red tape and restrictions of the per diem system currently in place.

Opposition Members Attend OECS Economic Meeting

Opposition Members Attend OECS Economic Meeting

Antigua St John's - Deputy Leader of the Opposition Antigua Labour Party Gaston Browne and Member of Parliament Molwyn Joseph are in St. Lucia attending a one-day meeting on the OECS Economic Union.

Heat of the Blazing Sons - Part II

In recent times, Honourable Prime Minister DR BALDWIN SPENCER appeared to have come under intense media and public scrutiny. Observers and critics have attributed such focus to the energy contractual and financial arrangements with CHINA.

Opposition Slammed For Back-Pedalling

Opposition Slammed For Back-Pedalling

Antigua St. John's - The opposition Antigua Labour Party’s majority disagreement with the government-proposed Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) is nothing short of an act designed to fool the people of Antigua and Barbuda.

Molwyn and AG Exchange Fire Over CIP

Molwyn and AG Exchange Fire Over CIP

Antigua St. John's - The decision to pass the Citizenship by Investment (CIP) Program legislation has long been made, and nothing said in Parliament during Thursday’s debate or during the consultations that preceded it had any bearing on the Government’s decision on the matter.

Browne Vows to Tackle ALP Governance Issues

Browne Vows to Tackle ALP Governance Issues

Antigua St. John's - The youngest of three Antigua Labour Party (ALP) members seeking to dethrone Lester Bird, 74, as political leader in November has vowed to tackle the issue of governance head on.

Four Nominees For ALP’s Top Post

Four Nominees For ALP’s Top Post

Antigua St. John's - Four people have been nominated for the position of Political leader in the opposition Antigua Labour Party.

Hundreds Support Patriotic March

Hundreds Support Patriotic March

Antigua St. john's - Several hundreds gathered at Michael’s Mount in the inclement weather on Thursday to support the Antigua Labour Party-organized march against the sitting administration, protesting against a list of grievances.

ALP Dampens Expectations for Peoples March

ALP Dampens Expectations for Peoples March

Antigua St. John's - The Antigua Labour Party is staging a march through the streets of St John’s on Thursday, but organisers have been cautious about predicting just how successful the event is likely to be.

Bird To Make Statement

Bird To Make Statement

Antigua St. John's - Antigua Labour Party Political Leader Lester Bird will address issues relating to his future as a politician in a statement he expects to make this week.

ALP Sets Deadline For All Nominations

ALP Sets Deadline For All Nominations

Antigua St. John's - By next Thursday, members of the Antigua Labour Party and the public at large will know the names of the people who have been nominated to contest the various positions within the organization.

ALP Executive Says No to Citizenship Plan

ALP Executive Says No to Citizenship Plan

Antigua St. John's - The executive of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) has again rejected government's proposed Citizenship for Investment Programme (CIP).

Boundaries Commission Gag

Boundaries Commission Gag

Antigua St. John’s - Legislators belonging to the ruling United Progressive Party have recommended that a gag be placed on members of the Constituencies Boundaries Commission.

Horns Lock Over Boundaries Commission Guidelines

Horns Lock Over Boundaries Commission Guidelines

Antigua St. John’s - Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer and opposition parliamentarian Molwyn Joseph went head to head yesterday over charges of constituency gerrymandering by Joseph, the St Mary’s North representative.

MPs Mixed Up On Patents Act

MPs Mixed Up On Patents Act

Antigua St. John’s - Parliamentarians representing the ruling United Progressive Party and the opposition Antigua Labour Party spent around twenty minutes yesterday unknowingly arguing an issue that was not up for debate.

Antigua Adopts New Eastern Caribbean Magistrates’ Act

Antigua Adopts New Eastern Caribbean Magistrates’ Act

Antigua St. John's - Antigua & Barbuda has joined the rest of the Eastern Caribbean in allowing for the free movement and transition of magistrates through the OECS, facilitating employment and potential for advancement within the sub-region.

I Was In the Best Of Health – Lester Bird

I Was In the Best Of Health – Lester Bird

Antigua St. John’s - Opposition Leader Lester Bird has debunked rumours that he collapsed during Sunday’s anticipated Antigua Labour Party (ALP) retreat held at the Sandpiper Reef Resort in Crosbies.

Payne-Hyman Stands Her Ground

Payne-Hyman Stands Her Ground

Antigua St. John’s - Antigua Labour Party caretaker for the St Phíllip South constituency, Maureen Payne-Hyman, said she will not be bullied into stepping aside to allow talk show host Senator Lennox Weston to become the ALP candidate in the upcoming elections.

ALP Secret Meeting Angers Leader

ALP Secret Meeting Angers Leader

Antigua St. John's - Leader of the Antigua Labour Party, Lester Bird, is said to be hopping mad as word reached him of a secret meeting on Sunday among ten ALP candidates who contested the last general elections.

Joseph Slams Govt. On Land Giveaway

Joseph Slams Govt. On Land Giveaway

Recent announcements that the government is making available large acres of crown lands for use in housing and other development has drawn the ire of at least one opposition member of parliament, St Mary’s North Representative, Molwyn Joseph.

Hands off Approach to Information Commissioner Delay

Hands off Approach to Information Commissioner Delay

Antigua St. John’s - Leader of the Opposition Lester Bird has described as “strange” the ruling administration’s delay in appointing Alister Thomas as information commissioner.

ABEC Continues Re-registration Plans

ABEC Continues Re-registration Plans

Antigua St. John’s - The Antigua & Barbuda Electoral Commission (ABEC) is moving ahead with plans for the complete re-registration of voters, though the work of the Boundaries Commission remains on hold pending guidance from Cabinet.

Molwyn Stands Firm Against ECP

Molwyn Stands Firm Against ECP

Antigua St. John's - Parliamentarian for St Mary’s North Molwyn Joseph remains firm in his position opposing the introduction of an Economic Citizenship programme that the government hopes to introduce to help lift Antigua and Barbuda out of its current economic morass.

Bird Reaffirms Position Not To Relinquish Leadership

Bird Reaffirms Position Not To Relinquish Leadership

Antigua st. John’s - Opposition leader Lester Bird has reaffirmed his position not to demit office unless he is deemed mentally incompetent to further carry the weight of the ALP leadership.

Alister Thomas Appointment Delayed

Alister Thomas Appointment Delayed

Antigua St. John's - Administration glitches are said to be at the centre of the delay in confirming Alister Thomas as the country's new Information Commissioner.

Opposition Leader Says Constitution Not Violated

Opposition Leader Says Constitution Not Violated

Antigua St. John's - Leader of the opposition Lester Bird said authorities did not breach the Antigua & Barbuda Constitution by not having Governor General Dame Louise Lake-Tack play a role in the opening of the OECS Assembly.

War of Words Between Molwyn And Speaker

War of Words Between Molwyn And Speaker

Antigua St. John's - Comments by St Mary’s North MP Molwyn Joseph, over the handling of the arrangements for the inaugural OECS Assembly session in St John’s last Friday, seem to have touched a sensitive nerve with Speaker of the House of Representatives D. Gisele Isaac.

Press Freedom The First Casualty of Economic Citizenship

Press Freedom The First Casualty of Economic Citizenship

Antigua St. John's - The Government has injected into the Citizenship by Investment Program a clause that prohibits the local media from publishing or disseminating information publicly about the program unless directed by the CIP unit.

ALP Adamant on Thomas Ineligibility

ALP Adamant on Thomas Ineligibility

Antigua St. John’s – Molwyn Joseph, Opposition MP for St. Mary’s North, has stated his objection to the United Progressive Party’s choice of Alister Thomas for Information Commissioner.

ALP Stalwarts Rally Behind Political Leader


ALP Stalwarts Rally Behind Political Leader


Antigua St. John's - They may still have interest in leading the Antigua Labour Party into the next general election but stalwart members have reined in their ambitions, at least publicly, and are standing behind Political Leader Lester Bird.

Antigua Parliament in Breach of Law

Antigua Parliament in Breach of Law

Antigua St. John's - On Monday, July 30th, 2012, the UPP Government presented to parliament a motion to install an information commissioner to fulfill the requirements of the Freedom of Information act, passed by the UPP in 2004.

Parliament Confirms Alister Thomas Appointment

Parliament Confirms Alister Thomas Appointment

Antigua St. John's - The appointment of Alister Lincoln Thomas to the office of Information Commissioner comes after much deliberation and lengthy consideration as to who would best fit the position, and ensure that the legislation that governs the post is carried forward in the most effective manner.

Yearwood to Challenge ALP Leadership - Browne

Yearwood to Challenge ALP Leadership - Browne

Antigua St. John's - Deputy leader and Chairman of the Antigua Labour Party Gaston Brown has revealed that ALP Representative for St. Philip's North Robin Yearwood has thrown his hat in the ring for leadership of the party.

Spencer Wants to Stem Information Flow - Joseph

Spencer Wants to Stem Information Flow - Joseph

Antigua St. John's - The proposed appointment of Alister Thomas as Information Commissioner that goes to parliament Friday for its approval, is part of a strategic move by Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer to stem the flow of information from government to the public.

Humphreys March Well Received

Humphreys March Well Received

Antigua St. John's - Eugene Humphreys, self-styled “Minister of Helps”, has at last realized his long-delayed goal of leading a protest demonstration through the streets of St. Johns.

Spencer Behaving Like Chavez

Spencer Behaving Like Chavez

Antigua St. John’s - Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer has been accused of displaying tendencies similar to those utilised by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who is viewed in some quarters as a dictator.

A Case For Commission Of Inquiry

A Case For Commission Of Inquiry

Antigua St John's - The Antigua Labour Party has made a case for the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry to probe into all the issues surrounding the Wadadli Power Plant that was commissioned last September, and which has been experiencing a series of challenges since that date.

Rick James Wins Defamation Suit

Rick James Wins Defamation Suit

Antigua St. John’s - The High Court has ruled in favour of Secretary of the Free and fair Elections League, George Rick James, in a suit claiming defamation of character brought against the representative for St Mary’s North, Molwyn Joseph.

Joseph Responds to Trio

Joseph Responds to Trio

Antigua St John's - Senior ALP member Molwyn Joseph has responded to the recent call for unity within the Antigua Labour Party by ALP members Gaston Browne, Steadroy “Cutie” Benjamin, and leader Lester Bird regarding the Wadadli Power Plant.

ALP Will Not Abandon Motion

ALP Will Not Abandon Motion

Antigua St John's - Spokesman of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) Lionel “Max” Hurst has refuted accounts, attributed to a senior party member, regarding developments at last Friday’s “open forum” meeting that could have put a spoke in the wheels of an already shaky Motion of No Confidence against the Prime Minister.

ATLU Joins Call For SS Board Sacking

ATLU Joins Call For SS Board Sacking

Antigua St. John's - The Antigua Trades & Labour Union (AT&LU) has joined the Antigua & Barbuda Workers Union (ABWU) in demanding that the current board of directors of the Social Security Board be relieved of their duties.

ALP lose Confidence

ALP lose Confidence

Antigua St John's - The Antigua Labour Party (ALP) could be moving towards the abandonment of the proposed Motion of No-Confidence against the ruling administration.

Joseph To The Rescue

Joseph To The Rescue

Antigua St. John's - St Mary’s North representative Molwyn Joseph is coming to the rescue of two teenage girls who have been sent to HM Prison for ‘safe-keeping’ because there are now government facilities to take care of girls with societal or emotional problems.

Opposition Leader’s Credibility Takes a Pounding

Opposition Leader’s Credibility Takes a Pounding

Antigua St John's - The credibility of the leader of the opposition Antigua Labour Party, Lester Bird, has suffered a severe setback following the revelation by Attorney General Justin Simon that an ALP parliamentarian approached the government seeking a withdrawal of the Motion of No Confidence in the government of Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer.

No Confidence Motion Failed - UPP Statement

No Confidence Motion Failed - UPP Statement

Antigua St John's - Public posturing is the only way to describe the actions of members of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) who continue to “debate” the motion of no confidence, which was aborted by ALP Leader Lester Bird, on the streets and in the media.

JOSEPH SAYS ALP IS UNITED

JOSEPH SAYS ALP IS UNITED

Antigua St John's - Opposition member for St Mary’s North, Molwyn Joseph, and one of the men said to be jockeying for the leadership of the Antigua Labour Party, is dismissing suggestions that the party is disunited.

Joseph Fires Back

Joseph Fires Back

Antigua St John's - Member of Parliament for St. Mary’s North Molwyn Joseph has replied to statements made on Wednesday by Antigua Labour Party (ALP) Chairman Gaston Browne.

Molwyn Responds to Tanny on WPP

Molwyn Responds to Tanny on WPP

Antigua St. John's - The management of APC had indeed tipped off three members of parliament about the ills of the then newly commissioned Wadadli Power Plant since last November.

Harbour Dredging Comes Without Tender – MP Molwyn

Harbour Dredging Comes Without Tender – MP Molwyn

Antigua St. john's - Government’s bid to commence dredging operations at the St. John’s Harbor has met with notable opposition from St. Mary’s North MP Molwyn Joseph, who contends that the administration failed to follow procedural norms in activating the process.

Joseph Accuses Lovell of Deceit

Joseph Accuses Lovell of Deceit

Antigua St John's - Member of Parliament for St. Mary’s North Molwyn Joseph has accused Minister of Finance Harold Lovell of lying to the nation.

No Confidence Vote Postponed

No Confidence Vote Postponed

Antigua St John's - Barbadian pollster and analyst Peter Wickham said just over a week ago that the failing health of Opposition Leader Lester Bird was among the many factors that should be taken into account as support for the notion of him stepping down from the podium of ALP leader and allowing more vibrant leadership to take the party forward.

MPs Respond to Missed Opportunity

MPs Respond to Missed Opportunity

Antigua St John's - Two opposition members have spoken out about the lost opportunity to move a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer in the House of Representatives.

Labour Will Not Implode

Labour Will Not Implode

Antigua St John's - Hundreds gathered in spite of the inclement on Market Street on Monday to join the Antigua Trades and Labour Union (AT&LU) and the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) in observation of their 61st Labour Day celebrations.

UPP Kick Into Gear

UPP Kick Into Gear

Antigua St John's - Some two years before elections is scheduled to be called in Antigua and Barbuda, the ruling United Progressive Party has taken to the streets in a not so surprising bid to rally its supporters and reaffirm support for its administration.

Opposition Muzzled

Opposition Muzzled

Antigua St John's - On the heels of a letter of ultimatum to the government of the People's Republic of China, member of the Lone Wolf group Vere Bird III has accused members of the opposition of being muzzled by the government.

Joseph Addresses ALP Leadership Issue

Joseph Addresses ALP Leadership Issue

Antigua St John's - One of the aspirants for the leadership of the opposition Antigua Labour Party (ALP), Molwyn Joseph, has dismissed suggestions of a power struggle within the ALP.

Joseph Attacks Govt 'Dictatorship'

Joseph Attacks Govt 'Dictatorship'

Antigua St John's - The government of Antigua and Barbuda is operating on the pillars of a dictatorship, as the statements made by Deputy Prime Minster Harold Lovell on Thursday spit in the face of democracy.

Poll - Who Should lead the ALP

Poll - Who Should lead the ALP

Antigua St John's - Who do you think is the best leader for the Antigua Labour Party (ALP)? The next general election in Antigua and Barbuda is approaching fast.

MP Shreds St John’s Study

MP Shreds St John’s Study

Antigua St. John’s - Former Tourism Minister Molwyn Joseph has torn into the master plan earmarked to transform downtown St. John’s.

Deception By Cosmetics - MP Joseph

Deception By Cosmetics - MP Joseph

Antigua St. john's - After 9 months of repairing and refurbishing the Chinese Wadadli Power Plant, as well as the hiring of international consultants for additional aid, the Government has decided to open the power plant again for a media tour.

Alister Thomas’ Appointment Likely This Week

Alister Thomas’ Appointment Likely This Week

Antigua St. John’s - More than two weeks after the proposed date to finalise his appointment to the office of Commissioner of Information, Alister Thomas remains at home.

Joseph Challenges Lovell Position on WPP

Joseph Challenges Lovell Position on WPP

Antigua St. John’s - Senior member of the Antigua Labour Party Molwyn Joseph has challenged the position of Finance Minister Harold Lovell, who charged that government had long tabled the documents governing the controversial Wadadli Power Plant (WPP) agreement.

Governor General Takes Umbrage

Governor General Takes Umbrage

Antigua St. John's - Governor General Dame Louise Lake-Tack has broken her silence on her exclusion from the inauguration of the OECS Assembly, stating she was disrespected.

Molwyn Claims Unnatural Justice

Molwyn Claims Unnatural Justice

Antigua St. john's - Following the decision of the Cabinet to appointment a Sub-Committee of the Cabinet to study the Wadadli Power Plant, Caribarena interviewed the Hon. MP Molwyn Joseph to get his view of the Cabinet's decision. The Full interview is printed below:

Derrick Doesn't Get It

Derrick Doesn't Get It

Antigua St John's - Despite having the issue clearly explained and verified in the past, Mr. Winston Derrick, CEO of the Observer Media Group, is once again calling into question the authenticity and validity of the Caribarena photographs. Even though this is an issue which has been revisited multiple times in the past, Mr. Derrick appears to be unconvinced that the pictures are genuine.

PM Spencer Visits LIAT Disaster Site

PM Spencer Visits LIAT Disaster Site

Antigua St. John’s - Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer on Tuesday paid a visit to the LIAT headquarters to get a firsthand look at the destruction caused by the fire on Sunday night.

Gaston Wants Respect On Power Plant Position


Gaston Wants Respect On Power Plant Position


Antigua St john's - Deputy Leader and Chairman of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) Gaston Browne has demanded respect from colleagues who oppose his stance regarding the ongoing controversy over the Wadadli Power Plant engines.

Molwyn Challenges Lovells Claims

Molwyn Challenges Lovells Claims

Antigua St John's - Finance Minister Harold Lovell has consistently lied to the electorate, according to MP Molwyn Joseph, who said he would provide evidence to "expose" this on Monday.

Baptiste Offended by Caribarena Article

Baptiste Offended by Caribarena Article

Antigua St John's - Agriculture Minister Hilson Baptiste has taken offense to an article recently published by Caribarena.com about the handling of a beach fencing issue at Pears Point.

Joseph Blasts Baptiste Over Pearns Point

Joseph Blasts Baptiste Over Pearns Point

Antigua St John's - Representative for St Mary’s North Molwyn Joseph is blasting Agriculture Minister Hilson Baptiste for his handling of the dispute over access to the beach at Pearns Point, where developers of a hotel project there had placed a gate across the road to bar access to the beach.

Williams Opens Can of Worms

Williams Opens Can of Worms

Antigua St John's - Sports Minister Winston Williams, who oversaw the expenditure of millions of dollars in 2007-09 in the "fencing scandal, has revealed that the Treasury Department is collecting money from contractors who were overpaid or paid for work not done.

Derrick Doubts Caribarena Photos

Antigua St John's - A number of significant matters made themselves very noticeable during the segment of Sunday’s “Big Issues” programme that host Shelton Daniel devoted to the burning issue of the Wadadli Power Plant.

Bird Demands Answers About Power Plant Deal

Bird Demands Answers About Power Plant Deal

Antigua St John's - Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee and opposition leader Lester Bird is writing to the auditor general and accountant general requesting all information about all dealings between the Government of Antigua & Barbuda and the Chinese company that facilitated the controversial Wadadli Power Plant.

MP Supports Daniel's Call

MP Supports Daniel's Call

Antigua St John's - The Member of Parliament for St Mary’s North has fully supported the call by Wilmoth Daniel, Member for St Phillips North, for a public inquiry into the purchase of six engines, six generators, auxiliaries, and components to establish the Wadadli Power Plant at Crabbes Peninsula.

MP Slams New APUA Policy

Antigua St John's - APUA Chairman Clarvis Joseph's announcement that the company will disconnect an entire household for one outstanding utility has sparked far-reaching criticism from the community and the opposition political party.

Chinese Developer Clarifies Intent

Antigua St John's - The developer behind a planned multi-million-dollar development has denied that the project is intended to house Chinese expatriates.

Opposition MP Questions Montero Project

Antigua St John's - Opposition MP Molwyn Joseph has alleged that a $89 M housing development at Montero Estate in Jennings is a scam. Joseph confirmed that the project was never taken to Cabinet.

PM Blasts Molwyn Over Power Plant

Antigua St John's - Further questions from the opposition Antigua Labour Party (ALP) on the controversial Wadadli Power Plant have been labelled “irrelevant,” “superfluous,” and “intellectually impoverished” by Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer who announced on Monday that Antigua & Barbuda owes the Chinese government about 300 million RMB, an equivalent of over EC$120 M, for the plant.

Power Plant Issue Goes To Parliament

Antigua St John's - The controversial Chinese-financed-and-built Wadadli Power Plant at Crabbes is among matters to be raised when the House of Representatives meets in St John’s on Monday.

Molwyn Says Egg on Lovell’s Face

Antigua St John's - An opposition parliamentarian has ridiculed Finance Minister Harold Lovell after his announcement last week that the government will revoke the exclusive rights to develop Half Moon Bay from Egbert Perry.

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