Members of the public urged to attend Climate Fest
Posted On: September 4, 2015
A festive family atmosphere is being promised for this weekend’s OECS Climate Fest which opens at the Botanical Gardens on Sunday and a call is being made for the general population to come out in their numbers to support the worthwhile venture. The exposition is expected to be a great show-down that will include local exhibitors and vendors from Antigua and Barbuda who will be showcasing their crafts and food items. Students and Members of the public can therefore look forward to an all-encompassing experience that embodies entrepreneurship, innovation, novelty and creative expression. The three day exercise, which is being held under the banner of the OECS Commission, will see a n... {Read More}
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LIAT continues to assist Dominica's recovery after Tropical Storm Erika
Posted On: September 4, 2015
This publication provides information on how LIAT continues to assist Dominica's recovery after Tropical Storm Erika.... {Read More}
OECS Media Advisory Ministerial Meeting Exhibition and Seminar
Posted On: September 3, 2015
This publication provides information on the 2nd Meeting of the OECS Ministers with responsibility for Environment and Sustainable Development.... {Read More}
Fifth OECS Climate Change Seminar to Focus on Lessons Learnt
Posted On: September 3, 2015
OECS Commission, Castries Saint Lucia 03/09/15 -The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission is in final preparations to host its fifth climate change seminar, which is to be held un... {Read More}
Application Procedures for Birth, Death, Adoption and Marriage Certificates and for an Apostille Certificate
Posted On: August 31, 2015
This publication provides information on the application procedures for birth, death, adoption and marriage certificates and for an Apostille of a certificate.... {Read More}
French authorities extend visa waiver period for travellers to Dominica
Posted On: September 3, 2015
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua. September 02, 2015. The authorities in Guadeloupe and Martinique have extended the visa waiver period for travellers entering both countries in order to take a ferry to Dominica.... {Read More}
Inmates push ahead with fencing project
Posted On: September 3, 2015
Work on the fencing project at the Government’s Sewage Treatment Plant at the McKinnon’s Pond is nearing completion as the inmates at Her Majesty’s Prison are now in possession of th... {Read More}
Expression of Appreciation by National Office of Disaster Services (NODS)
Posted On: September 2, 2015
The National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) is expressing appreciation to all those who played a role in disaster management efforts for Tropical Storms Danny and Erika. Director of NODS Philmore... {Read More}
OECS Climate Fest gets underway on Sunday
Posted On: September 2, 2015
The Botanical Gardens in the vicinity of the East Bus Station will be buzzing with activities on Sunday at 3pm when the OECS Climate Fest gets underway. The atmosphere will be transformed with a sple... {Read More}
Dominica Disaster Relief
Posted On: September 1, 2015
Following an appeal from Hubert Winston, President of the Dominica Marine Association, for aid and assistance relief following the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika, the Antigua Yacht Club ha... {Read More}
Department of Youth Affairs Seeks Exhibitors for Annual Youth Exhibition
Posted On: September 1, 2015
The Department of Youth Affairs is seeking talented young entrepreneurs 35 years of age and under to provide exhibits and demonstrations at the Annual National Youth Exhibition and Health Expo, which ... {Read More}
Guadeloupe waives visa requirement for travellers to Dominica
Posted On: August 31, 2015
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, August 30, 2015 – The authorities in Guadeloupe have advised that they have waived the visa requirement for travellers entering the country in order to take a ferry to... {Read More}