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The impact of Caribbean anti-vax protests

  • Posted on: 2 September 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

 
It’s happening in countries all over the world. There are large percentages of national populations that are resisting taking the COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of supplier. The Caribbean hasn’t been immune to this and it has made even Antiguans, some of the more placid people in the Caribbean, take to the streets in protest of increasingly widespread requirements for full vaccination. Across the region, including Barbados,  St. Vincent and Grenada, there has been resistance against taking the coronavirus vaccine.
 

FERRY BETWEEN ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA ENDS.

  • Posted on: 6 August 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...
Neil Forrester

The ferry service provided by Island Escape for Antigua and Barbuda will no longer be available.The luxury 150 passenger fast ferry which debuted in Antigua in November of 2019 under a “fully founded” charter to PLH Ltd. (Barbuda Ocean Club) has met its contractual obligations and will depart next week for the BVI to service the route between St. Thomas and Tortola with the return of the cruise ships. According to the owner of the ferry, Mark Rosandich “the decision to leave Antigua was a difficult one”.

Why we keep asking the same questions of each Olympic cycle, Every four years, the Antiguan and Barbudan public asks the same questions of the athletes competing at the Summer Olympics. Why aren’t we in the finals and semi-finals?

  • Posted on: 6 August 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

This Olympic year, Antigua and Barbuda put forth six athletes to compete at the Tokyo Olympics. From athletics, Cejhae Greene and Joella Lloyd; for swimming Stefano Mitchell and Samantha Roberts; from boxing Alston Ryan and in sailing Jalese Gordon. Of the six, Green and Ryan made official qualifying standards. The remaining four were given places through the universality system that allows developing nations to send their best athletes to the Games without making official qualifying standards.

THE RETURN OF BRITISH AIRWAYS TO ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

  • Posted on: 28 July 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

Great news for Antigua and Barbuda as British Airways after 30 years of serving the island has officially relaunched its service from London Heathrow Airport departing six days a week from April to October. The carrier’s resumption comes as Antigua and Barbuda is included on the UK’s Green List of travel destinations. “The demand for holidays to Antigua and Barbuda has been immense, particularly with our inclusion on the UK’s Green List.

(H.O.P.E) Foundation (Antigua)

  • Posted on: 28 July 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...
food
The Antiguan and Barbudan Association of Toronto (ABAT) initiated a collaborative effort with Hold On Pain Ends (H.O.P.E) Foundation (Antigua) to address the issue of food security among marginalized populations in Antigua.  These individuals include marginalized men, women and older adults.  CV19 has affected many people in Antigua and across the world.  With the lack of social supports available, these donations will help address food insecurity.

Food Drive

  • Posted on: 28 June 2021
  • By: Antigua Barbuda...

 

ABAT is collaborating with Hold On Pain Ends (HOPE) Foundation (Antigua) to address the issue of food security among marginalized populations in Antigua, effecting men, women and older adults.  CV19 has affected many people in Antigua and across the world.  With the lack of social supports available, these donations will help address this ongoing need of families to feed themselves.

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