Old Sayings – Local Idioms by Russel Reid

Old Sayings – Local Idioms by Russel Reid Updated

🕔09:32, 20.Nov 2017

      In this week’s article, I will focus on some old sayings or local idioms that still exist in our community to this day. Some persons also refer to them as proverbs. I grew up hearing many old

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“RELENTLESS TRAFFIC” AT ROAD BAY

“RELENTLESS TRAFFIC” AT ROAD BAY Updated

🕔09:30, 20.Nov 2017

      If the present high level of merchandise traffic at Road Bay, Anguilla, had been a sign of economic progress, the island would have been considered to be in a state of much prosperity. But in truth, and

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DID HURRICANE IRMA DROP NUTRIENTS ON ANGUILLA?

DID HURRICANE IRMA DROP NUTRIENTS ON ANGUILLA? Updated

🕔09:27, 20.Nov 2017

      Everywhere, across Anguilla, persons are expressing surprise over the almost sudden and prolific lush vegetation that has sprung up in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in the space of just over two months. There seems to be

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David Carty: “CLIMATE CHANGE WILL FORCE US TO THINK DIFFERENTLY”

David Carty: “CLIMATE CHANGE WILL FORCE US TO THINK DIFFERENTLY” Updated

🕔09:24, 20.Nov 2017

      Boat builder and historian, Mr. David Carty, speaking on his passionate subject, climate change, told a gathering in Anguilla that “this phenomenon is going to make us think differently.” He was at the time delivering the 35th

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RESUMPTION OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS ARTS AFTER  SCHOOL PROGRAMME

RESUMPTION OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS ARTS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMME Updated

🕔09:22, 20.Nov 2017

      The Valley, Anguilla – 14 November 2017 – YOUth Create, the primary schools after school arts programme being offered by the Department of Youth and Culture has resumed, following the disruption caused by the passage of Hurricane

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Ask Your Doctor: STROKE PREVENTION

Ask Your Doctor: STROKE PREVENTION Updated

🕔09:21, 20.Nov 2017

      Many residents of Anguilla continue to develop strokes despite there being effective treatment and preventative measures. Improved medical services and greater educational programmes are needed to decrease or prevent the complications of strokes in Anguilla. What is

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World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017:  “Think Twice. Seek Advice”

World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017: “Think Twice. Seek Advice” Updated

🕔09:14, 20.Nov 2017

      The week of November 13th to 19th is World Antibiotic Awareness Week. Antibiotics are medicines that treat bacterial infections. They do not cure infections caused by viruses, such as the common cold or flu. Taking antibiotics when

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POST HURRICANE IRMA WORKSHOP IN ANGUILLA

POST HURRICANE IRMA WORKSHOP IN ANGUILLA Updated

🕔09:07, 20.Nov 2017

      There are likely to be a number of persons in Anguilla who are still suffering psychological or other traumatic effects as a result of the impact of Hurricane Irma. In recognition of this, the University of the

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ROAD BAY JETTY: A DAILY BUSY SHIPPING SCENE

ROAD BAY JETTY: A DAILY BUSY SHIPPING SCENE Updated

🕔12:37, 13.Nov 2017

      The once stagnant Road Bay Jetty which, in the past, had seen only a few cargo vessels entering Anguilla, is now a daily scene of much activity – thanks to Hurricane Irma. Some of the largest ships,

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Customs Duty Exemptions On Goods Imported For Rebuilding Efforts Following Hurricane Irma

Customs Duty Exemptions On Goods Imported For Rebuilding Efforts Following Hurricane Irma Updated

🕔12:36, 13.Nov 2017

      The Valley, Anguilla – November, 6, 2017 – The Governor in Council under section 76(1) (b) of the Customs Act, R.S.A c169 has ratified the Customs (Duty Exemption) (Hurricane Irma Relief) (No. 2) Regulations for the tax

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