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Red Cross Recruits for Hurricane Season

Hurricane SeasonThe Antigua & Barbuda Red Cross is seeking volunteers, amidst warnings of an extremely active hurricane

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Hurricane Worries Amidst Sweltering Heat

Tropical-storm-Agatha.photo-dawn.comThe director of Antigua and Barbuda’s Met Services is putting the country on guard that this hurricane

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Lights Out at Sunset

Renewable energy consultationPrime Minister Baldwin Spencer delivered a recorded message to participants at a renewable energy

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Experts predict busy Atlantic Hurricane Season

Busy Atlantic Hurricane SeasonThe United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says it is predicting an “active

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National energy consultation gets underway

Energy consultationA consultation is taking place this morning Thursday on the proposed use of Alternative Energy in Antigua and

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Mass coral bleaching predicted for the Eastern Caribbean

Coral Reef bleaching.photo-marinebio.orgAn international research group is warning that corals in the Eastern Caribbean waters could be severely

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IWC Draft Document Promotes Regulated Whaling

Whale. photo:ecofactory.comA special working group working to save the International Whaling Commission met in St. Petersburg Beach,

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Grenada PM wants united approach to whaling in the OECS

Humpback whale. photo-wikipedia.orgPrime Minister Tillman Thomas Wednesday said the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) needs to

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North Coast Erosion Needs Attention

Erosion talksThe government is working along with stakeholders along the popular north coast beaches to combat the rapid

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NODS Director Identifies Challenges

 Hurricane seasonWith the 2010 hurricane season just weeks away, identifying shelters remains a challenge for the National

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Message in a Bottle- Reporting from Antigua and Grenada

Eli FullerMegan Thompson is traveling around the world for a series on climate change and small islands. She filed this

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US pledges aid to end Caribbean dependency on foreign oil

United States says it will assist the Caribbean The United States says it will assist the Caribbean lessen its  dependency on foreign oil and that it is 

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Heavy Showers a Drop in the Bucket

Relatively heavy rainfallAlthough some residents are rejoicing over the relatively heavy rainfall on Thursday, officials have

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Rainfall Tops Three Inches

RainAntigua recorded 93.9 mm (3.70") of rain between Tuesday and Wednesday, easing the current dry spell, but

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Seabird Poster Competition

Pelican. photo: geometer.orgStudents are being encouraged to enter a poster competition being staged by the nature conservation charity,

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Showers of Blessing

Showers of blessingResidents breathed a sigh of relief after some much-needed showers that the Met Office called “very

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Task Force Ready To Work

Renewable-energyThe recently established National Energy Task Force has begun gathering data, and is gearing up for a round

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Earthquake Shakes Antigua

A light earthquake. photo:novinite.comAntigua was shaken by a slight earthquake on Saturday night. By the time most persons would have completed

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Christian Valley to Mt. Obama

Mt Obama GroupThe Environmental Awareness Group (EAG), in conjunction with the MOMENT is CAPTURED photography commenced the

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Forecasters Predict Above-Average Hurricane Season

Up to eight hurricanes this yearCaribbean countries can expect an above-average 2010 Atlantic hurricane with a 58 per cent chance of a major

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Energy Consultation Promised

Sustainable EnergyThe public will be able to share ideas for the use of renewable energy when the government convenes a

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Offshore Gas Spill Worries Environmentalists

Diesel spill off the northern coastlineA gasoline/diesel spill off the northern coastline has officials concerned about the possible impact on

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NODS Wary of Tsunami Threat

Tsunami-threatDirector of the National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) Philmore Mullin is suggesting it is time to

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Antigua To Plan 2012 Green Conference

green economy. photo:  ecology.comWith the twentieth anniversary in 2012 of the landmark UN Conference on Environment and Development, which

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Rare Sea Turtle Found in Antigua Waters

Loggerhead Sea Turtle foun in Antigua Based on observations of video footage aired on ABS Television of the “rare turtle” found in Blackman Bay

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History Geology and the Beach- Hike Series Continues

GalleonBeach-Shirley Heights_HikeThe Environmental Awareness Group (EAG), in conjunction with the MOMENT is CAPTURED photography is planning

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Hiking Series Continue at Christian Valley

Christian valleyThe Environmental Awareness Group (EAG), in conjunction with the MOMENT is CAPTURED photography continues in

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Rehabilitation Work in Body Ponds Proven Successful

Rehabilitation Work in Body PondsOn Wednesday the 3rd of March 2010 a major fire occurred in the Body Ponds area and the entire hillside was

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Preparedness Before During and After an Ashfall

Dome collapse photo credit: MVOThe National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) urges the public to be prepared in the event of an ashfall.

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Donkey Years - a Living Challenge

RangerThe roaming donkey population in Antigua & Barbuda is still a concern for members of the Humane Society.

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UN to Assess MDG Compliance

Access to drinking water  photo: earthzine.orgCMC – The United Nations says its main organisations and agencies in the region will this week launch a

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Spotlight on Tourism

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