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Deeply Disturbed with ABEC

No confidenceAs a Citizen of Antigua and Barbuda, a founder of the United Progressive Party (UPP) and one who over the

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Disappointed with PM Spencer

PM SpencerDear Mr. Spencer, I am very disappointed to see your UPP administration become what is it today. In your past

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A Mother’s Cry

No answersDear editor. Thursday, July 4, 2013 marked two years since my son, Marlon Hezekiah Nathaniel Williams, was

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One Scapegoat Does Not Fix LIAT or Caribbean Airlines

One Scapegoat...Antigua St. John's - Some might believe that, for the second time in only three years, Captain Ian Brunton

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Sweet Misbehaving

Sweet MisbehavingAntigua St. John's - Dear Editor. Let history reflect the “sweet irresponsible” UPP government led by

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New Report to Counter Climate Scare

Climate scareHalloween comes a month early this year with the September 27th release of the next big United Nations

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Browne Smiling as the Noose Tightens

Browne Smiling as the Noose TightensUsually, when a noose is around a person's neck, it's no laughing matter. Except for Leader of the Opposition

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LIAT’S 2012 Strategy Plan is Flawed

Strategy Plan is FlawedOn August 28, LIAT’s CEO Ian Brunton talked to Caribbean media and finally acknowledged in public some of

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A Season-Long Bus Ride

The brainchild of Antigua’s own Gordon DerrickAn update and look back on Antigua Barracuda FC, Football’s Gypsies’ in America

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Registrar Responds to Caribarena Article

V.C Bird Airport Dear Editor, I read the article yesterday on your online publication Caribarena captioned “Datadin Driver

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Jolly Harbour Homeowners Worried

CDAL Jolly HarbourDear editor. For some time, Jolly Harbour homeowners have been aware that management company CDAL, under the

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The Caribbean Needs Radical Change at LIAT

LIAT Track recordLast week our hospitality consultancy organised a visit by potential developers to the Eastern Caribbean. The

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Reparation - A Case for Settlement

Reparation The Kenyan case - In June 2013 Her Majesty’s Government was required to pay 19.9 million pounds in

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Can We Get Some Answers

Gordon DerrickWhy, isn't anyone in the Caribbean asking questions about the huge embarrassment  for Antigua or how Antigua

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Raping the Victims of Rape

Raping the Victims of RapeThe continued rape of the Medical Benefit Scheme is nothing short of criminal. Not only is it insensitive

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The Benefits of Organic Antiguan Neem

George-Skye WilliamsWhat grows wild all over Antigua and Barbuda used all over the world hundreds of ways and could be made into

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Govt Loaded with Cash - Part 2

Govt Loaded with Cash It is both unusual and inspiring to see an article continue to elicit a response nine days after its

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New Leader Same Old Rhetoric

Same Old RhetoricThere have been quite a stir amongst the Antigua Labour Party and Gaston Browne supporters in recent times.

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Disaster Waiting to Happen

Manna from heavenIt would appear that the Baldwin Spencer led administration did not learn a single lesson from the failures

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To Whom Much is Given Much is Expected

To Whom Much is Given Much is ExpectedDear editor, very often a local saying is used to express how deeply appreciated teachers are in our society

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Why People Come

Why People ComeThere was a time when I thought that people visited Antigua & Barbuda because of the sun, sea, and sand.

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What Election

On the other handThe last time I checked, general elections in Antigua & Barbuda are due March 2014, which is seven months

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Kenrick Mc Kinzie Emmanuel George, KG, was A Quiet Titan

Tribute to Kenrick Mc Kinzie Emmanuel GeorgeDear Comrade, Dear friend 

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Blameless and Shameless

Gregor NassiefDominica hotelier Gregor Nassief has issued a second letter to LIAT, this time to the chairman of LIAT's

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Change In Caribbean Tourism Leadership

Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA)This is the right time to seriously rethink the role and priorities of the most important trade association

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My Holiday Experience

Killing off tourismDear editor, I would just like to bring to your attention (although you will already know) what is killing

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The Farmer’s Plight - Part 2

The Farmer’s Plight My Aunt had a cow which was left in the care of her sons. Sometimes for days they would not go to attend to

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LIAT – My Pleasant Experience

Dr Janet TaylorI just had a pleasant and timely experience with LIAT! Yes, I really am quite amazed to be writing with such

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Government Loaded with Cash

Government Loaded with CashDear Editor. The Daily Observer published an article on May 17, 2013 with the provocative headline stating,

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Buying into the US's Hypocrisy on Ganja

Legalised marijuanaOk... So the ONDCP has made another “drug bust”. Wow! Wonderful! Some more extremely harmful killing

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Criticism of CCJ Unfair

CCJDear Editor. Please permit me the space to respond to an opinion piece published on your website on

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LIAT Flight 511 Cancelled Unfairly

LIATFor many, many years, I have regarded LIAT as an untrustworthy airline to travel, while safe.

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Dirty Hands or Eyes Wide Shut

PM SpencerAn already rocky economy (and that's putting it mildly) got a major shock on Monday when the Privy Council

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