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Journalist Fellowships Announced

The Climate Change Media PartnershipThe Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) has announced the launch of a fellowship program that will send

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British High Commission Slashes Carbon Footprint

British-High-Commission-Green-TeamThe British High Commission has succeeded in slashing its carbon footprint by more than 10% from 2009 to

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CDEMA Concludes Member Training

TAC-sub-committee-meetsAntigua St John's - The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) has just completed work here

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Disaster Officials Updated by UNDP

Sherrod-JamesAntigua and Barbuda and other Caricom member states are being brought up-to-date with changes made at the

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Beekeepers Declare Victory Over Mite

Beekeepers Declare Victory Antigua St John's - It was barely three years ago that Antigua & Barbuda’s bee population appeared to

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Government Continues to Promote The Use of Renewable Energy Solutions

photo - soda.quirk.co.zaAntigua St John's - The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda has reinforced the Government’s commitment to the

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Lionfish Discovered By Local Fisherman

Lionfish Discovered By Local FishermanAntigua St John's - The Fisheries Division of Antigua & Barbuda has confirmed the discovery of a highly

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NODS Releases Shelter Locations

Hurricane season 2011Antigua St John's - The National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) has released the 2011 list of disaster

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GPS Weather Station Planned for Bethesda

Lynch-and-Feaux-meet-MullinAntigua & Barbuda has been selected as one of the sites for a Caribbean tsunami/earthquake monitoring

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Antigua Alert System Launched

Antigua Alert System LaunchedAntigua St John's - As the 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins, the Ministry of Information, Broadcasting,

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Search and Rescue Skills To Be Boosted

Search and rescue meetingAntigua & Barbuda's search and rescue capacities are in for a boost that will bring them in line with

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NODS Annual Exhibition - Today

Disaster exhibitionAntigua St John's - An annual exhibition of the National Office of Disaster Services taking place today the

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Fisheries Regulations Under Review

Fisheries Regulations. photo - luxuo.comAntigua & Barbuda fisheries regulations are being reviewed, with an intent to move away from the

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Anti-Snail Campaign Gains Legs

Spread of the Giant African Land SnailAntigua St john's - The Plant Protection Unit within the Ministry of Agriculture now has the legal backing it

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Local Turtle Conservationist Awarded

Jepson-Prince-Receives-ISTS-AwardAntigua's Jepson Prince was recently presented with a Sea Turtle Champions award for his exceptional

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National Physical Development Plan Revised

NPDP meetingAntigua St John's - The draft document of the National Physical Development Plan (NPDP) is expected to be

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Build-Up of Tyres at Cooks Being Addressed

Used Tyres. photo - blogspot.comAntigua St John's - The Cooks Sanitary Landfill should be back to normal soon, and this will alleviate the

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Media Schooled on Fish Sanitation Methods

Slicing a fishAntigua St John's - Several journalists got the chance to tour the sanitary fish processing facility at the

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Giant African Snail Spreads to Burma

photo- oregonstate.eduAntigua St John's - The Giant African Snail continues to integrate itself into the Antiguan ecosystem,

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Fisheries Council Meeting Adopts Draft Policy

Minister BaptisteAntigua St John's - The Fourth Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) Ministerial Council wrapped up

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Caribbean Need to Improve Tsunami Warning Systems

photo - providingnews.comRegional first full-scale tsunami warning test reveals improvements needed in many areas; Puerto Rico may get

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Mullin To Attend Regional Meeting

Philmore MullinDirector of the National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) Philmore Mullin is slated to attend a meeting for

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Vehicle Fuel Consumption Tops Energy Concerns

Vehicle Fuel Consumption Antigua, St John's - Antigua's energy consumption far surpasses its Eastern Caribbean counterparts, a

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Bureau of Standards Gets No Respect

No respectAs World Metrology Day (Friday May 20) looms, the Antigua & Barbuda Bureau of Standards (ABBS) continues

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Climate Change Meeting Draws Ministry Officials

GCCADeputy Town & Country Planner Frederick Southwell and the Ministry of Tourism's Adele Blair will

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Baptiste to Lead CRFM Meeting

Minister Hilson BaptisteAntigua St John's - Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Hilson Baptiste will lead this year’s Caribbean

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EAG Livestock Project Still On The Table

Stray goatsAntigua, St John's - The Livestock Reform Initiative (LRI) started in 2009 is still very much alive,

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Cabinet Approves Energy Saving Concessions

Ambassador Joan UnderwoodAntigua St John's - The transition to sustainable energy is on track, and according to Ambassador Joan

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PM Pleased With Reservoir Completion

Reservoir CompletionAntigua, St John's - Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer celebrated the handover of the Gray's Hill Reservoir on

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Heavy Rains Caused Localised Flooding

Localised FloodingAntigua St John's - Several hours of heavy showers over Sunday night and most of Monday resulted in localized

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Residents Urged To Attend Energy Consultation

photo - raymondplumbing.comAntigua, St John's - The National Energy Consultation is to be staged this Monday at the Multi-Purpose Centre

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Spotlight on Tourism

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