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Dr. Trevor Connor ICOI Diplomate Status

Dr. Trevor Connor ICOI Diplomate Status

🕔08:44, 30.Nov 2012

  According to a recent Press Release issued by the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Dr Trevor A C Connor has earned a Diplomate status within the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). The Press Release goes on to say

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NBA PRESENTS PRIZES TO FOOTBALL WINNERS

NBA PRESENTS PRIZES TO FOOTBALL WINNERS

🕔08:43, 30.Nov 2012

  Children in Anguilla are looking forward to the 25th Annual NBA Primary School Football Tournament, now that the 24th has already been held, leaving them filled with excitement. The 24th annual competition was played at the Coronation Ball Field

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CAPE AIR’S DELEGATION TOLD ANGUILLA NEEDS MORE FLIGHTS

CAPE AIR’S DELEGATION TOLD ANGUILLA NEEDS MORE FLIGHTS

🕔09:41, 23.Nov 2012

  Citing the need for more airlift to Anguilla, as part of an access drive for tourists travelling here, and to further facilitate Anguillians flying to and from Puerto Rico, a high-level Cape Air delegation has been told that there

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ANGUILLIAN PILOTS HONOURED FOR 50 YEARS OF SERVICE

ANGUILLIAN PILOTS HONOURED FOR 50 YEARS OF SERVICE

🕔09:37, 23.Nov 2012

  For many years, Anguillians have been regarded as the leading seafarers in the Caribbean to the extent that it has been said that the “sea is in their blood.” Today, while the sea is still a means of cultural

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STUDENTS PRAISED FOR EXCELLENCE           Anglec Lauded For Sponsorship

STUDENTS PRAISED FOR EXCELLENCE Anglec Lauded For Sponsorship

🕔09:20, 23.Nov 2012

  School children, who were awarded in the Sixth Annual Primary School Awards Ceremony, have been praised for their outstanding performance in Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Music and Sport.The award winners, selected from six public and two private primary

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GIVE OUR YOUTH A CHANCE

GIVE OUR YOUTH A CHANCE

🕔09:10, 23.Nov 2012

  I cannot think of a single Anguillian whose eyes were not glued to the television the day Shara Proctor competed in the finals of the women’s long jump at the Olympic Games in London. While Shara could not compete

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GOVERNOR’S LAST PRESS CONFERENCE FOR 2012

GOVERNOR’S LAST PRESS CONFERENCE FOR 2012

🕔09:09, 23.Nov 2012

  Governor Alistair Harrison held his last press conference for the year on Tuesday, November 20, two weeks before travelling to London with Chief Minister Hughes for the Annual Joint Ministerial Meeting. Mr. Harrison, who announced a new source of

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END OF THE CUBAN EMBARGO By: Haydn Hughes

END OF THE CUBAN EMBARGO By: Haydn Hughes

🕔09:07, 23.Nov 2012

  With a second term assured, President Barack Hussein Obama, 44th President of the United States, pledges to be more flexible as a leader. This pledge was overheard on an open mike on March 26th 2012, while speaking to Russian

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Anguilla to Host its First CXC Governance Meetings

Anguilla to Host its First CXC Governance Meetings

🕔09:05, 23.Nov 2012

  Anguilla will host the annual governance meetings of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) for first time on 6th and 7th December 2012 at the Cuisinart Resort. The meeting of the School Examinations Committee (SEC) will be held on Thursday

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STOMACH CANCER

STOMACH CANCER

🕔09:03, 23.Nov 2012

  Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, affects many individuals and is the fourth most common cancer worldwide.If diagnosed in its early stages it can be successfully treated. In many cases this cancer is diagnosed at very late stages resulting

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