The Antigua & Barbuda telephone directory is designed to provide accurate information of all residential and commercial telephone subscribers in Antigua & Barbuda, contact details of all government offices and organizations, and other useful information.
The print directory is an excellent opportunity for local businesses to advertise their products and services, showcasing what they offer. The online directory expands on the print version by providing the chance to add rich media to advertisements and to offer even more information about Antigua & Barbuda’s business sector, tourism industry, and more.
Published by Regional Publications Ltd., Business Focus Antigua & Barbuda is the only magazine that concentrates on the growth and diversity of the local business product and the personalities within it. On the Antiguan market since 2002, Business Focus is a quarterly publication that provides broad coverage of the issues that matter to the local corporate community. It is required reading for business leaders and young entrepreneurs who want to stay informed, and for the decision makers and professionals who are charting the nation’s economic course.
Anyone with information about criminal activity can pass a tip on to Crime Stoppers Antigua anonymously. Simply call 800-TIPS (8477) to submit information about a crime without revealing your identity.
Crime Stoppers began in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1976 after a fatal shooting occurred. Since then, Crime Stoppers programs across the world have been responsible for more than a million arrests and the seizure of over US$10 billion in illegal drugs. Crime Stoppers helps solve a crime every 14 minutes somewhere in the world.
This twin-island country has so much to offer, including 365 public-access beaches. The capital, St. John’s, houses a number of attractions, including the Museum of Antigua & Barbuda, Heritage Quay duty free shopping area and the public market.
Other Antiguan highlights include English Harbour, which offers many fine dining options, and Shirley Heights, where visitors can take in a breathtaking view overlooking English Harbour. Last, but most certainly not least, for those looking for the epitome of Caribbean beaches, Barbuda offers a gorgeous stretch of pink sand.
The Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) is a three-pronged government statutory agency set up to ensure that consumers receive the best possible value in telecommunications (including mobile and internet), electricity and water services. APUA prides itself on its team, which is made up of Antigua’s brightest skilled professionals.
APUA manages three business units: telecommunications, electricity and water. Each unit is a powerhouse in its own right, with telecommunications being APUA’s most innovative and fastest moving unit.