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A Quiet Revolution

A “quiet revolution” is taking place in Antigua & Barbuda and elsewhere in the Caribbean.  It is one less visible than the construction of new hotels and the building of new cruise ship terminals.  Environmental Management Systems (EMS) is changing the nature and shape of the tourism and hospitality industry from hotel guestrooms, housekeeping, and laundry services to gardening and it is happening in every tourism destination. In a recent seminar held at the Trade Winds Hotel by GEF-Antigua, SIRMM …
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Go Benna Boys!

“Victory isn’t defined by wins or losses.  It is defined by effort.  If you can truthfully say, ‘I did the best I could, I gave everything I had,’ then you’re a winner.”  — Wolfgang Schadler In less than 44 days the Antigua and Barbuda national football team, the Benna Boys, will compete in two qualifiers which will determine whether or not they advance to face even stiffer competition, as their bid to secure a spot in the FIFA World Cup …
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All winning “goals”

In our usual spirit of community service and to assist in promoting sports education in Antigua and Barbuda, the Trade Winds Hotel hosted the Tottenham Hotspur International Football Development coaches Ryan Hines and Miles Leighton last week.  The coaches were on island to conduct a four-day coaching clinic from March 13th to 18th at the St Anthony’s Secondary School. Principal of St Anthony’s School Joann Boulos-Callias and Chairman of the Board of Directors Ricky Santos said the just concluded four-day …
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