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Senator Massiah Attends IWC Meeting

Senator Massiah Attends IWC MeetingAntigua St. John’s – Serving in the capacity of Alternate Commissioner, Senator Joanne Massiah is Antigua

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APUA Wants Customers To Go Green

Go GreenAntigua St. John’s - The Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) has developed a policy to encourage its

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No Consultation on Bath Lodge Backfilling

Antigua St john's- Revelations of backfilling of a pond in Bath Lodge, near Bendals, have now caught the

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Over 2,000 Sign Fisheries Act Petition

Over 2,000 SignAntigua St. John’s - The Antigua Conservation Association has managed to secure more than the 2,000

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2012 Disaster Shelters Announced

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

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Illegal Dumping Continues to Plague NSWMA

Marketing Manager & Education Officer Avna BaronvilleAntigua St John's - The twin issues of illegal dumping and illegal dumpsites continue to plague the National

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Ice Protector Ship to Visit Antigua

Ice Protector Ship Antigua St John's - Last November, HMS PROTECTOR, the Royal Navy’s new Ice Patrol Ship, set sail from

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$1.3M Renovations For New NODS Office

New NODS OfficeAntigua St. John’s - The staff of the National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) will soon be enjoying

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Call For Lobster Closed Season

Call For Lobster Closed SeasonAntigua St John's - A well-financed Chinese middleman's entry into the lobster industry has increased fears

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Appleton Challenges Parrotfish Reports

photo - flicker.comAntigua St John's - Chief Fisheries Officer Cheryl Appleton has countered recent reports of the granting of

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Sandals Named Environmental Champion

BUTCH-STEWARTAntigua St John's - Sandals Resorts International, which operates two resorts on island, continues to

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Baptiste Remains Doubtful on Fisheries Regulations

Baptiste Remains Doubtful on Fisheries RegulationsAntigua St John's - Fisheries Minister Hilson Baptiste says he cannot say for sure if next Monday’s meeting

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Water Management Plan Critical

Water Management Plan CriticalAntigua St John's - Environmentalist Dr Brian Cooper has chosen World Water Day, March 22, to issue a call

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Final Attempt at Balancing Fisheries Act Set for Monday

Fisheries Act Antigua St John's - In response to renewed calls by fisheries officials and conservationists alike to have

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Barbuda Sandmining Nears Disaster Levels

Barbuda Sandmining Nears Disaster LevelsAntigua St John's - There have been renewed calls for an end to sandmining operations in Barbuda, as this

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PM Spencer Supports the Need for Sustainable Housing

North Sound housing project In his opening remarks at a High Level dinner on Wednesday night RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil , PM Spencer, stated

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Finland Assists Met Office

Met-workshopAntigua St John's - The government of Finland is assisting the Antigua and Barbuda Meteorological Services

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Sandals Protects Leatherback Sea Turtle Hatchlings

Leatherback Sea Turtle HatchlingsAntigua St John's - Dickenson Bay, June 22- More than forty guests from Sandals Grande Antigua Resort &

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Septic Tank Sewage by the Ton

Sewage by the TonAntigua St John's - Information reaching Caribarena.com has said raw sewage is routinely being poured into

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Residents Warned Against Illegally Treating Diseased Palms

photo- keepeleutheragreen.comAntigua St. John’s – The Plant Protection Unit and the Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board have

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Community Director Seeking Litter Wardens

Brenda-Thomas-OdlumAntigua St John's - Director of Community Development Brenda Thomas-Odlum wants to see a change in residents'

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Activist Believes Negligence Will Destroy Fisheries Industry

Negligence Will Destroy Fisheries IndustryAntigua St John's - The situation of negligence is screamingly loud in the Antigua & Barbuda fisheries

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NODS Holds Telecom Training

NODS Holds Telecom TrainingAntigua St John's - Nineteen representatives from various agencies completed a four-day workshop on emergency

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A Reply to the Chubfish Article

Boats which set nets along the barrier reef in BarbudaAntigua St John's - Mr. Mussington raises some good points about the destruction of parrotfish, and by

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Sewage Being Poured into Mangroves

Cooks Sanitary LandfillAntigua St John's - Few residents in Antigua are aware that their raw sewage the effluent pumped from septic

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Leading Farmer Supports Bath Lodge Backfill

Bath Lodge BackfillAntigua St John's - Prominent agriculturalist Alvin Christian, who operates in the Bath Lodge area, has come

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Energy Contest Launched

Energy Contest LaunchedAntigua St John's - The 2012 IDEAS Energy Innovation Contest has been launched throughout the Caribbean. This

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Antigua To Support Japanese Whaling Again

photo - indosurflife.comAntigua St John's - Antigua and Barbuda will again be voting in favor of what has become known as the most

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Plant Protection Unit Zeroes in on Palm Pest

Dr. Janil Gore FrancisAntigua St John's - The Plant Protection Unit within the Ministry of Agriculture has made advances in

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Over-fishing of Chubb Now An Issue

Over-fishing An IssueAntigua St John's- Concerns have now been raised about the possible over-fishing of the popular chubb fish by

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Christian Valley Bird Trail Opens

Christian Valley Bird Trail Opens Antigua St John's - The Christian Valley Birding Trail was officially opened last Thursday, and officials

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Spotlight on Tourism

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