Antigua and Barbuda’s Melvyn Myers wins culinary approval in the Hamptons

Antigua and Barbuda’s Melvyn Myers wins culinary approval in the Hamptons

NEW YORK – Antigua and Barbuda’s lauded culinary fruit carver, Chef Melvin Myers was one of 40 select chefs featured at the annual Chefs and Champagne event hosted by the…

Emancipation Day is a sociocultural cornerstone in our national development

Emancipation Day is a sociocultural cornerstone in our national development

Tomorrow is Emancipation Day and there will be celebrations here in Antigua and Barbuda, and across the Caribbean.  The emancipation of slaves arrived on August 1, 1834 but not without…

1,000 children’s books donated

1,000 children’s books donated

By Marver Woodley Yesterday morning Blue World Travel donates 1000 new children’s books to Antigua and Barbuda. As a part of their Annual festival at sea Children’s Book Drive, Antigua…

We do not want the guns, too high a price

We do not want the guns, too high a price

Caribbean Times is reproducing this extract as a matter of drawing public awareness to an issue of firearms in the wrong hands, criminals. Follow up stories will follow in the…

INTEGRITY – “We cannot sacrifice at the altar of corruption”

INTEGRITY – “We cannot sacrifice at the altar of corruption”

Yesterday afternoon, there was a closing ceremony at Langfords Police Training Academy. The ceremony is as a result of a workshop conducted by the US Department of Justice through the…

ARG gets much needed lift with repair work

ARG gets much needed lift with repair work

Not only is the Antigua Carnival 2015 lighting up, but both the Antigua Recreation Ground (ARG) and the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium have been getting a fair bit of cosmetic…

Weatherhead formally charged for murder

Weatherhead formally charged for murder

The Police has now formally charged Toby Weatherhead of Barbuda with the murder of Moniqgue DeCasta. Both Weatherhead and the woman with whom he was romantically involved, Monique Michelle Rudder…

Thomas found guilty by jury

In the High Court last Friday, an 11 member jury returned a unanimous guilty verdict against police officer, Alexis ‘Big Foot’” Thomas. The jury comprised seven women and four men.…

The Incredible Fantastic Burning Flames was massive!

The Incredible Fantastic Burning Flames was massive!

By Marver Woodley Back for the first time in decades was the Burning Flames, and they wasted no resources in packaging their reunion bigger than ever on Friday night at…

The Hon. Asot Michael gives God thanks at Festival of the Skies

The Honourable Asot Michael, Minister of Tourism, Economic Development & Energy in the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, on Sunday July 19, was specially invited to address the congregation at…