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DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

🕔09:10, 24.Feb 2012

  Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a disorder that many people have not heard about, and few people realize how serious it is. If not successfully treated complications can develop that can be life -threatening.   What Is Deep Vein

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CM HUGHES REFLECTS ON AUM GOVERNMENT’S TWO YEARS IN OFFICE

CM HUGHES REFLECTS ON AUM GOVERNMENT’S TWO YEARS IN OFFICE

🕔09:09, 24.Feb 2012

  Chief Minister, Hubert Hughes, delivered the following address on friday, February 17, at the House of Assembly, during a meeting with local media: Fellow Anguillians, I feel it my duty to address the Nation today, as today marks the

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“Another Joy Ride?”

“Another Joy Ride?”

🕔09:05, 24.Feb 2012

  Last week in an interview on ATV Television Channel Three there was a very revealing exchange between the Host of the Show, Mr. Wycliffe Richardson, and Chief Minister, the Hon. Hubert B. Hughes. Here is the actual text of

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CM WANTS LAWS REVIEWED IN AG’S CHAMBERS

CM WANTS LAWS REVIEWED IN AG’S CHAMBERS

🕔09:04, 24.Feb 2012

  Chief Minister, Hubert Hughes, is desirous of having Mrs. Lolita Davis-Richardson stationed in the Attorney General’s Chambers to review draft laws there before they are taken to the House of Assembly for consideration and approval.   He made the

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LOST ANGUILLIAN FISHING BOAT SIGHTED

LOST ANGUILLIAN FISHING BOAT SIGHTED

🕔09:03, 24.Feb 2012

  Reports reaching Anguilla this week stated that the lost Anguillian fishing boat, Miss B, was sighted in the waters off theBritish Virgin Islandsby Jim Jamison, a fisherman there.   The boat was owned by Cecil Edwards (St.Kitts/Kitto) of Sandy

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Agricultural Corner:  FIVE-FOOT CASSAVA PRODUCE

Agricultural Corner: FIVE-FOOT CASSAVA PRODUCE

🕔08:59, 24.Feb 2012

  Lena Hodge, of Wattices, was driven to the office of The Anguillian newspaper on Monday this week with two extensively grown cassava tubers which she had just harvested.   The five-foot farmer stood between the two cassava lengths which

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Optimist Club Organises Successful  Essay Contest 2012

Optimist Club Organises Successful Essay Contest 2012

🕔08:57, 24.Feb 2012

  The Optimist Club of Anguilla recently held the 2012 Optimist International Essay Contest. Participants were required to write an essay on the topic “How my positive outlook benefits my community”. The local competition was judged by the Keri Horsford,

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Flower Show at Wallblake House

Flower Show at Wallblake House

🕔08:56, 24.Feb 2012

  The Anguilla Beautification Club Annual Flower and Garden Show opens at 11.00 a.m. on Saturday February 25. Its theme is “A Garden, Nature’s Remedy for Stress” and the speaker at the opening is Joyce Kentish-Egan.  The show will continue

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OPPOSITION LEADER QUESTIONS CHIEF MINISTER

OPPOSITION LEADER QUESTIONS CHIEF MINISTER

🕔08:54, 24.Feb 2012

  Opposition Leader in the Anguilla House of Assembly, Evans McNiel Rogers, asked Chief Minister and Minister of Finance, Hubert Hughes, two questions during the meeting of the House on Wednesday, February 15. Mr. Rogers’ first question, which he said

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Builders or Destroyers by Rev. Dr. H. Clifton Niles

Builders or Destroyers by Rev. Dr. H. Clifton Niles

🕔08:50, 24.Feb 2012

  A few days ago I met a well -respected senior gentleman here inAnguillawho told me that he was very appreciative of the articles I occasionally write in The Anguillian newspaper.  He expressed the hope that more of the articles

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