ANGUILLA PRIDE™: BUILDING PROSPERITY THROUGH PERSONAL PERSUASION

ANGUILLA PRIDE™: BUILDING PROSPERITY THROUGH PERSONAL PERSUASION

🕔09:56, 30.Sep 2011

As we once again reflect on ways to build prosperity through the highest standards of professionalism characterised by ANGUILLA PRIDE service qualities, this discussion expands on the “E” for Excellent Endings. Specifically, inviting customers back again provides the continuity from

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PROPOSED 10% SERVICE TAX REJECTED BY AHTA CM: Taxes Will Not See Light of Day

PROPOSED 10% SERVICE TAX REJECTED BY AHTA CM: Taxes Will Not See Light of Day

🕔09:54, 30.Sep 2011

  Members of the Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association (AHTA) have rejected outright a proposed 10% tax on restaurants and car rentals with effect from January 2012. Chief Minister Hughes (standing) addressing AHTA meeting. Others are L-R: Ved Gandhi, Jerome

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OT MINISTER CONCERNED ABOUT ANGUILLA’S FINANCES

OT MINISTER CONCERNED ABOUT ANGUILLA’S FINANCES

🕔09:49, 30.Sep 2011

The British Minister for the Overseas Territories, Henry Bellingham MP, has written Chief Minister and Minister of Finance, Hubert Hughes, expressing concern over the state of Anguilla’s public finances.   Mr. Henry Bellingham MP Mr. Bellingham gave his views in

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Anguillians Will Have To Further Tighten Their Belts

Anguillians Will Have To Further Tighten Their Belts

🕔09:47, 30.Sep 2011

It appears that there will be little or no resurgence of the financial and economic situation in Anguilla in a hurry. In a letter to Chief Minister and Minister of Finance, Hubert Hughes, the Minister for the Overseas Territories, Henry

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Saint James School of Medicine Column: The “Broken Windows Theory”

Saint James School of Medicine Column: The “Broken Windows Theory”

🕔09:41, 30.Sep 2011

Dear Readers, today I would like to present you with a brief summary of a study which has gone virtually unnoticed beyond the academic community but, in my opinion, should be brought to the attention of anyone who cares about

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ANTIGUA AND ANGUILLA SHARE EVENING OF DELIGHTFUL SINGING

ANTIGUA AND ANGUILLA SHARE EVENING OF DELIGHTFUL SINGING

🕔09:40, 30.Sep 2011

St. Mary’s Anglican Church in Anguilla was the venue for what was described as an evening of delightful singing and music featuring the Antigua and Barbuda Chorale. The event was dubbed …And So We Sing – a celebration of 13

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“Responsible Development” By: James C Gumbs

“Responsible Development” By: James C Gumbs

🕔09:30, 30.Sep 2011

Over the past year there has been a lot of loose chatter about environmental agencies hindering or slowing up the process of development in Anguilla.   James C Gumbs In recent months, there have been more talk about why an

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POLICE AND MAGISTRATE’S COURT REPORTS 19 Crimes, $14, 500 in Fines

POLICE AND MAGISTRATE’S COURT REPORTS 19 Crimes, $14, 500 in Fines

🕔09:22, 30.Sep 2011

There were 19 crimes classified as serious recorded by the Police in Anguilla during the period September 14-21, an increase over the figure of the previous week when there were 13. Nine of the 19 cases were burglaries at Webster

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BELLINGHAM SPEAKS IN BERMUDA ABOUT OVERSEAS TERRITORIES

BELLINGHAM SPEAKS IN BERMUDA ABOUT OVERSEAS TERRITORIES

🕔09:19, 30.Sep 2011

British Minister for the Overseas Territories, Henry Bellingham, has just ended an official visit to Bermuda, where he spoke to some extent about the UK Government’s strategies for the islands including the White Paper and other matters.   Mr. Henry

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HERITAGE MUSEUM GETS HISTORIC INVASION SHIP’S LOG

HERITAGE MUSEUM GETS HISTORIC INVASION SHIP’S LOG

🕔09:17, 30.Sep 2011

Heritage Collection Museum at East End, Anguilla, whose Curator is Colville L. Petty OBE, was the recipient on Tuesday this week of the log of the retired British Royal Navy Ship, HMS Rothesay, one of two frigates which landed invasion

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