ANTIGUA

Antigua and Barbuda PM Says Developed Countries Have ‘Obligation’ to Help Victims of Climate Change. Credit – UN via Storyful

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The prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda said on November 20 that developed countries have an obligation to help Caribbean island countries as they are “suffering disproportionately from the effects of climate change.” Speaking in New York ahead of a CARICOM-UN High-Level Pledging Conference, Prime Minister Gaston Alfonso Browne addressed reporters, saying: “We are the Read More

Sandals Grande Antigua welcomes team members back to work

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Sandals Grande Antigua today rolled out the red carpet for its team members, who were returning to the resort for reorientation and training, after more than two months since the property closed for maintenance work and renovations. It was a festive atmosphere full of smiles, music, welcome hugs and dancing, as team Read More

Chicago Private Elementary School Offers Preschool Programs to Libertyville, Lake Forest, and Lake Bluff Residents

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East Lake Elementary, a private Catholic school located in Chicago, officers pre-k and preschool programs to students in various suburbs and communities. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS , USA, November 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Families in communities such as Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, and Libertyville in search of the perfect Catholic learning environment are encouraged to consider East Read More

Perth County paramedic returns from Antigua, ready to continue relief work

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Nadine Balint was sitting in her living room sipping on a cup of coffee when she saw news of Hurricane Irma unfold. That’s when she decided she wanted, somehow, to help. As luck would have it, Balint and her husband had booked a trip to Antigua and Barbuda with a couple of friends a week before the Hurricane Irma hit the Caribbean. But rather Read More

English fan suggests Antigua hosts whole 2018 Super50 tourney

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Following your article on the WICB and Antiguan Government purchase of the old Stanford, now Coolidge ground. The article alludes that the ground will be used extensively to justify the purchase. I came over to Antigua in February to watch Kent in the 2017 Super50 tournament.  There were two groups, one in Antigua and one Read More

Antigua Ambassador Says Links to the US are Long and Strong

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Share This PRESS RELEASE – (Washington DC, November 6) “The links between the United States and Antigua and Barbuda are long, strong and enduring.” Sir Ronald Sanders This statement was made on November 5 by Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States, Sir Ronald Sanders, at a church service in Washington, DC, marking the Read More

Global Geomembrane Market 2017 Industry Trends, Growth Rate with 9.41 %CAGR Analysis 2021: NAUE, Solmax

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The report provides in depth study of “Geomembrane” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization PUNE, INDIA, November 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Geomembrane Market Analysis And Forecast About Geomembrane Geomembranes are liners used in geotechnical engineering to control the flow of fluids or vapors. The three common geomembrane manufacturing methods are Read More

Inspection time from Antigua and the wider region

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A team of inspectors from the International Cricket Council (ICC), visited Antigua on Monday as part of an inspection tour through the Caribbean ahead of the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2018. The team visited the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground and the Coolidge Cricket Ground as both venues have been earmarked for hosting matches Read More