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Anguilla Represented At Magistrate’s Conference

Anguilla Represented At Magistrate’s Conference

🕔09:09, 27.Apr 2012

  Anguilla is among regional islands being represented at a three-day Magistrates’ Conference which opened in Basseterre, St. Kitts, on Wednesday. In his welcome remarks, Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas singled out for comment sessions on “A Family Court Approach:

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OPPOSITION LEADER EXPELLED FROM HOUSE

OPPOSITION LEADER EXPELLED FROM HOUSE

🕔09:06, 27.Apr 2012

  The Opposition Leader in the Anguilla House of Assembly, the Hon. Evans McNiel Rogers, was expelled from theAtlinHarriganParliamentaryBuildingby the Speaker, the Hon. Barbara Webster-Bourne, on Monday, April 23.   His expulsion came after he had given his support to

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Adults, Do You Really Want Young People to Speak Out?

Adults, Do You Really Want Young People to Speak Out?

🕔09:02, 27.Apr 2012

  Dear Mr. Editor,   Adults, Do You Really Want Young People to Speak Out?   As a young person, I just wanted to ask you to send this message to the people ofAnguilla.  You adults place all the blame

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DEEPLY IN LOVE by Colville L. Petty, OBE

DEEPLY IN LOVE by Colville L. Petty, OBE

🕔08:57, 27.Apr 2012

(First published by The Anguillian newspaper on 2nd November 2007.)   This article is timely, notwithstanding the date of its first printing. Though many years have rolled by, it still addresses a sore matter which continues to be-devil the Anguillian

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NO SEX PLEASE!

NO SEX PLEASE!

🕔08:55, 27.Apr 2012

  Lack of sex drive (lack of libido) is common in women, but quite rare in men. It’s normal for many people, especially women, to lose a bit of interest in sex as they get older, mainly because of diminishing

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“A Herd Mentality!”

“A Herd Mentality!”

🕔08:54, 27.Apr 2012

  I feel compelled to repeat a comment that I have been making regarding the way in which the AUM Government and its supporters interpret the concepts of “democracy and freedom of expression”. I have been saying that they (the

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FCIB DONATES NUTTIN BAFFLIN  VIDEOS TO SCHOOLS

FCIB DONATES NUTTIN BAFFLIN VIDEOS TO SCHOOLS

🕔08:51, 27.Apr 2012

  School children in Anguilla have been given an opportunity to learn about the history of boat-racing which represents a substantial portion of the cultural life of the island.   That opportunity has been afforded by First Caribbean International Bank

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What is Dyslexia? by violet Martin, Special Needs Education

What is Dyslexia? by violet Martin, Special Needs Education

🕔08:49, 27.Apr 2012

  Dyslexia is an inherited condition that varies in degrees of severity. It is manifested by difficulties in receptive and expressive language, including phonological processing, in reading, writing, spelling, handwriting, and sometimes in arithmetic. People with dyslexia are not stupid

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CAP JULUCA RAISES US$12,000 FOR RANDY HODGE  Announces Other Assistance For Handicapped Worker

CAP JULUCA RAISES US$12,000 FOR RANDY HODGE Announces Other Assistance For Handicapped Worker

🕔08:48, 27.Apr 2012

  A representative group of Cap Juluca’s employees, in particular, the Juluca Cares, of the Juluca Health & Wellness Committee, through their project, Hope, have made a very worthwhile contribution to handicapped former worker, Randy Hodge, on Tuesday this week.

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AMENDMENT ACT GIVES RECOGNITION TO OFFICIAL PORT NAMES

AMENDMENT ACT GIVES RECOGNITION TO OFFICIAL PORT NAMES

🕔08:44, 27.Apr 2012

  Corito Port, on the southern coast ofAnguilla, has now been officially named, for the first time, as one of the island’s ports of entry, along with the other seaports and the recently-renamed airport.   This has been provided for

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