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Vol. 20 No. 58 St. Johnʼs, Antigua Friday March 9, 2012 Price: $3.00 Man Buried Alive Read story on page 3 PROPER SEND-OFF: Departing Deputy Commissioner of Police Neal Parker was sent off in proper style with a parade and ceremony at the Langfords Police Training School yesterday. See story on page 10 (Photo by Martina Johnson) BREAKING NEWS 91.1FM / NEWS UPDATES Chance of Rain Hi 82° Lo 75° Jury: Stanford foreign accounts should be forfeited Airport construction to begin shortly Christian says IMF, tax collection sums not related 3 4 4 Page 2 TH E D AI L Y F riday M arch 9 , 2 01 2 Obs erv er Today WORKSHOP REGISTRATION DEADLINE The Cultural Development Division will be hosting a creative writing workshop at the House of Culture commencing Monday, March 12 at 2:30 pm. A workshop for persons interested in learning to play the Congo drum will also be held at the same time. Registration can be done at the House of Culture on Old Parliament Drive between the hours of 8 am and 3 pm Monday to Friday. Registration ends today. Registration fee is $30. Today COCKTAIL PARTY The Antigua & Barbuda Glaucoma Support Group invites you to its annual cocktail party this evening 7 pm, at Amaryllis Hotel (corner of Pigotts Main Road and Sir George Walter Highway). Contribution is $75. Music for dancing and door prizes. Fund-raising for Glaucoma Awareness Day, March 12. WHAT’S ON Extended Forecast Chance of Storm Hi 82° Lo 75° SAT Hi 82° Lo 75° Mostly Sunny SUN OBSERVER AM – 7–9 am Anika Kentish interviews people who make the Big Stories at home and across the region. OBSERVER Radio 91.1 ON THE RADIO Youth Connect – 2:30–4 pm 2:30-3:00 pm – Interview with the Partners of the Americas Youth Ambassodors, plus music, thought of the day & riddles 3:00-3:30 pm – Balancing Your Life with

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