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Quay Bar and Grill Open

Quay Bar and Grill Open

Antigua St. John’s - With an investment of EC $1.3 million in a struggling economic climate, owners of the newly opened Quay Bar and Grill are hoping that not only would they realise that investment but that they would actually add to the nation’s tourism product and make a profit.

Servers Applauded for Certification

Servers Applauded for Certification

Antigua St John's - Twenty one restaurant servers representing 10 hotel properties were recently applauded for gaining internationally-recognised certification from the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AH&LEI). Each was presented with a certificate and lapel pin, and now carry the designation, Certified Restaurant Server. 

Mango Fest 2012 Launched

Mango Fest 2012 Launched

Antigua St John's - This year's Mango Fest was launched over the weekend at the Urlings Fisheries Complex during the annual seafood fest.

More US Exposure for Antigua and Barbuda

More US Exposure for Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua St John's - Antigua & Barbuda’s presence was strong as it joined over 30 Caribbean countries to celebrate Caribbean Week in New York.

Minister Appeals to Backyard Gardeners

Minister Appeals to Backyard Gardeners

Antigua St John's - An  eager crowd turned out for the National Backyard Garden programme on Wednesday at the Ministry of Agriculture headquarters. They got plenty of food for thought.

Rum Party Yields Clean Fun

Rum Party Yields Clean Fun

Antigua St John's - They offered a free venue, free music, and most importantly a free bar for an hour with one of their best products – Mount Gay Rum.

Agri Conference Highlights Urgent Issues

Agri Conference Highlights Urgent Issues

Antigua St John's - A recent conference that brought together agriculture ministers and permanent secretaries from the Latin America and Caribbean region has highlighted the need for the region to urgently address the issues of food and nutrition security, disaster risk management, and climate change.

Rum Parting the Ways Between US and the Caribbean

Rum Parting the Ways Between US and the Caribbean

The rum industry in the non-US countries in the Caribbean is now under serious threat.  At risk are the jobs of 15,000 workers directly employed in the industry, and another 60,000 jobs that benefit from it. Apart from employment, non-US Caribbean countries face the loss, annually, of US $700 million in foreign exchange and over US $250 million in tax revenues at a time they can ill afford it.

Women Highlighted on Fisherfolk Day

Women Highlighted on Fisherfolk Day

Antigua St. John’s – “The Role of Women in the Fisheries Sector” is the theme under which Antigua & Barbuda will join the rest of the world in celebrating Fisherfolk Day. The international observation is Friday, June 29.

Slight Drop in Inflation for August 2012

Slight Drop in Inflation for August 2012

St John’s Antigua - In August 2012, the annual rate of inflation was measured at 2.3 percent, a decrease of 1.2 percentage points from the July 2012 rate.

Farmers Grapple With Poor Sales

Farmers Grapple With Poor Sales

Antigua St. John's - A Ministry of Agriculture official has sounded a warning as farmers continue to register losses due to poor sales of produce.

Food Production Tracking System Coming

Food Production Tracking System Coming

Antigua St. John's - Plans are moving towards the establishment this year of an Information System to track local food production and reduce millions of dollars in imports.

Food Prices Still Going up

Food Prices Still Going up

Antigua St. John’s – The Statistics Division’s monthly circulation of the Consumer Price Index has placed the annual rate of inflation for July 2012 at 3.5 per cent, with an overall 4.9 per cent increase in food for the twelve-month period from July 2011.

Buy Local Adventure Launched

Buy Local Adventure Launched

Antigua St. John's - The Ministry of Agriculture has again teamed up with the Central Marketing Corporation to launch this year’s Buy Local Adventure.

Food and Energy Costs Impact Inflation Rate

Food and Energy Costs Impact Inflation Rate

Antigua St. John’s – The cost of food and energy continue to drive up the country’s inflation rate which calculated the annual rate of inflation to be 3.9 per cent in June 2012.

Food Prices Continue to Drive Inflation

Food Prices Continue to Drive Inflation

Antigua St. John’s - Last month the annual rate of inflation was measured at 4 per cent, and food prices have shown a 3.7 per cent increase over the twelve-month period from May 2011.

Cheaper Fuel For Fishermen

Cheaper Fuel For Fishermen

Antigua St John's - A new fuel depot is slated to open on Thursday to provide cheaper fuel to fishermen than gas stations.

March CPI Figures Announced‬

March CPI Figures Announced‬

‪Antigua St John's - The Statistics Division, under the Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Public Administration releases the CPI for Mar 2012

Classy Fishing Lands Record Tuna

Classy Fishing Lands Record Tuna

Antigua St John's - The 46th Antigua & Barbuda Sport Fishing Tournament held over the weekend at Nelson’s Dockyard showed tremendous improvement.

Former ABHTI Scholarship Student Comes Forward

Former ABHTI Scholarship Student Comes Forward

Antigua St. John's - The Winston Williams Jr. Scholarship Award Program is once again opened to residents of the St. John’s Rural South Constituency for application to local institutions for continuing education.

Will the Chinese Wipe Out Lobster from Antigua and Barbuda Water

Will the Chinese Wipe Out Lobster from Antigua and Barbuda Water

Over the past month there has been considerable media attention on the subject of certain Chinese businessmen orchestrating a massive monthly purchase and export of spiny lobster.

Agro-Processors Urged to Boost Capacity

Agro-Processors Urged to Boost Capacity

Antigua St. John's - Director of Agriculture Jedidiah Maxime has said that insufficient production capacity by agro producers and farmers continues to hamper Antigua & Barbuda's ability to export regionally.

Criticism of Chinese Unfair

Criticism of Chinese Unfair

Antigua St John's - The Chinese opting to capitalize on one of the many gaping holes in Antigua's fisheries management system is only the latest in a series of events that have unfolded over the past several years that will undoubtedly continue to see the depletion of the local fisheries industry.

Farmers Must Rise to the Occasion

Farmers Must Rise to the Occasion

Antigua St John's - Significant opportunities are to be found in agriculture, but local farmers are so far failing to rise to the occasion.

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