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ANGUILLA CUSTOMS STRATEGIC PLAN

ANGUILLA CUSTOMS STRATEGIC PLAN

🕔09:31, 13.Feb 2018

    As reported earlier, it was disclosed by the Comptroller of Customs in Anguilla, Mr. Travis Carty, that despite 2017 being a difficult year, particularly in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, his department, the Government’s biggest revenue collecting agency,

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Letter To Minister Cora Richardson-Hodge – AHTA Position on the Proposed Labor Code

Letter To Minister Cora Richardson-Hodge – AHTA Position on the Proposed Labor Code

🕔09:22, 13.Feb 2018

      1st February 2018 The Minister of Labour Mrs. Cora Richardson – Hodge Ministry of Labour The Valley Anguilla Dear Minister Richardson – Hodge, The Board of The Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association representing the collective voice of

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COCKTAIL RECEPTION FOR MRS. BLONDEL CLUFF, CBE

COCKTAIL RECEPTION FOR MRS. BLONDEL CLUFF, CBE

🕔09:22, 13.Feb 2018

    A casual cocktail reception was held at Government House in honor and recognition of Mrs. Blondel Cluff, Anguilla’s UK/EU Representative based in London. In speaking at the modest gathering, His Excellency Mr. Tim Foy said: “ Blondel, tonight

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Pam Webster’s Update

Pam Webster’s Update

🕔09:22, 13.Feb 2018

    Draft Labour Code again! I hope I shall not often have to return to a subject as quickly as the draft Labour Code requires – I also wrote about it last week. But this is a topic that

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LABOUR CODE EXAMINED AT TOWN HALL MEETING

LABOUR CODE EXAMINED AT TOWN HALL MEETING

🕔08:38, 13.Feb 2018

      The Ministry of Home Affairs, with responsibility for Labour and Immigration, called another town-hall meeting on Tuesday evening, February 6, at the Church of God (Holiness) to further examine the Labour Code. This meeting was a follow-up

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MAJOR FUNERAL FOR FALLEN ANGUILLIAN CUSTOMS OFFICER

MAJOR FUNERAL FOR FALLEN ANGUILLIAN CUSTOMS OFFICER

🕔08:35, 13.Feb 2018

    He was only 21 years old when he prematurely departed this life but, at his young age, Calan Vandike Vanterpool had amassed for himself, through his noble quality of life and work ethic, a great deal of respect

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POSITIVE LIVING – LEARN FROM THE ANTS!

POSITIVE LIVING – LEARN FROM THE ANTS! Updated

🕔09:16, 12.Feb 2018

    Have you ever made a careful study of the ants? Well, we usually view them as disgusting and insignificant creatures that we need to get rid of. However, the life of the ants has much to teach us.

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Anguilla National Trust Awarded Funds from the European Union to Help Restore and Enhance  Little Bay Marine Park

Anguilla National Trust Awarded Funds from the European Union to Help Restore and Enhance Little Bay Marine Park Updated

🕔09:16, 12.Feb 2018

    The European Union’s Voluntary Scheme for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories of European Overseas (BEST) recently confirmed €100,000 in project funding to the Anguilla National Trust (ANT). The grant will be used over 12 months to support

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TIMOTHY HODGE LEADS IN THANKING ANGLEC  FOR RECOVERY WORK

TIMOTHY HODGE LEADS IN THANKING ANGLEC FOR RECOVERY WORK Updated

🕔10:50, 11.Feb 2018

    During the exhaustive question and answer period, at the Fourteenth Annual General Meeting of the Anguilla Electricity Company Limited, on February 5, 2018, at Ellen Conference Room at La Vue Boutique Inn, Mr. Timothy Hodge thanked ANGLEC for

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POLICE FORCE HONOURS SENIORS WITH LUNCHEON

POLICE FORCE HONOURS SENIORS WITH LUNCHEON Updated

🕔10:14, 11.Feb 2018

    As part of the activities marking the annual Police Week 2018 observance, a special luncheon, organized by the RAPF, was held at police headquarters on Thursday, January 1st. Spearheading this honorable event was PC37 Sherrie Brooks who, with

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