Premier Eman: ORANJESTAD(AAN): Solucion tey caba. a discuti tur e temanan, pero locual ta bay re-enforsa e solucion ta ora cu tur minister a pone hopi cla tambe kico ta nan prioridadnan dentro di e prioridad di gobierno, pero con cada minister por yuda otro y esey ta bay re-enforsa e sentido di compromiso cu tin pa sirbi e pais ...Read More »
Chris Lejuez: ORANJESTAD(AAN): Tabata tin un caso den corte algun tempo pasa, caminda ocho cuidado di preso a worde persigui. Abogado Chris Lejuez a comenta cu aña pasa, un preso a dal un guardia di preso den su cara, kibra su nanishi p’e, lag’e tur na sanger. Nan a domina e preso aki y a hib’e pa bay cashot. Mientras ...Read More »
BUCUTI & TARA BEACH RESORT INTRODUCES SPAY AND NEUTERING CAMPAIGN FOR ARUBA
Aruba's long battle with the overpopulation of dogs and cats has a new ally. Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort has teamed up with island veterinarians to help reduce the number of homeless dogs and cats in Aruba, and to make responsible pet ownership a reality.
WASHINGTON, USA — Chairman of the Permanent Council of the Organisation of American States (OAS), Sir Ronald Sanders, said on Thursday that the organisation is now facing a “serious existential threat”. The Antigua and Barbuda ambassador, who was chairing the first meeting of the Permanent Council for 2016, said that he was “deeply concerned about […]Read More »
WILLEMSTAD – Everything indicates that the Law 80-20 will be approved in February. This is according to the responsible Minister Ruthmilda Larmonie Cecilia during the press conference of the Council of Ministers. According to the Minister, this law is now more than ever needed. She declared that it is a challenge for the government to […]Read More »
BASSETERRE, St Kitts – Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, has announced that St Kitts and Nevis has secured a further US$1 million from the government of Venezuela through its Petróleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA) St Kitts-Nevis Limited to fund the Fresh Start programme. During his first press conference for 2016, held January 19, Harris said […]Read More »
ST JOHN’S, Antigua — The people of Antigua and Barbuda will from April receive tax relief when the government plans to abolish personal income tax (PIT). PIT, introduced by the now opposition United Progressive Party upon coming into office in 2004, imposes a tax of 8% on residents earning an income above $3,500 and 15% […]Read More »