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COURSE ENHANCES SKILLS OF ANGUILLA POLICE OFFICERS

COURSE ENHANCES SKILLS OF ANGUILLA POLICE OFFICERS

🕔10:23, 10.Feb 2012

  The Royal Anguilla Police Force, which was represented by twelve of its officers at a locally-held five-day intensive course, is now in a better position to conduct surveillance operations on the island. Last week’s Surveillance Course was conducted by

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Clarissa Lloyd to participate in Caribbean-Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders Programme

Clarissa Lloyd to participate in Caribbean-Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders Programme

🕔10:21, 10.Feb 2012

  Clarissa Lloyd, Terrestrial and Wetlands Conservation Officer at the Anguilla National Trust, has been chosen to participate in the Caribbean-Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders (C-EWCL) Programme. The C-EWCL is a newCaribbeanbranch of the US-based initiative that was launched in 2005.

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DIGICEL SAYS IT PAYS TO BE IN  “CASH BACK 2012”

DIGICEL SAYS IT PAYS TO BE IN “CASH BACK 2012”

🕔10:17, 10.Feb 2012

  A press release issued by Digicel Anguilla on Wednesday, February 8, stated that a new campaign called “Cash Back 2012” had now been introduced following a high profile Christmas promotion. The current promotion is aimed at rewarding pre-paid customers

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TEMENOS SUPPLIERS RECEIVING US$3.6 MILLION

TEMENOS SUPPLIERS RECEIVING US$3.6 MILLION

🕔11:29, 3.Feb 2012

  There has been little or no delay to commence paying Anguillian suppliers of goods and services to the former owner of the Flag/Temenos golf course project. The payments are being made by Mr. Leandro Rizzuto of CuisinArt Golf Resort

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GOVERNMENT REVISITING CRUISE POLICY

GOVERNMENT REVISITING CRUISE POLICY

🕔11:22, 3.Feb 2012

  The Anguilla Government is pursuing an undertaking it gave to revisit the island’s cruise policy and a number of other policies associated with tourism.   This was stated by Parliamentary Secretary, Tourism, Haydn Hughes, during the visit on Thursday,

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Ironing Out The Glitches of Cruise Tourism

Ironing Out The Glitches of Cruise Tourism

🕔11:05, 3.Feb 2012

  The Government’s decision to revisitAnguilla’s policy relating to cruise ships, as articulated elsewhere in this edition of The Anguillian by the Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism, Mr. Haydn Hughes, may be a matter for much discussion.   This is in

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Students Receive Dorothy Hughes Academic Awards

Students Receive Dorothy Hughes Academic Awards

🕔11:02, 3.Feb 2012

  Over 270 students from theAdrianT.HazellPrimary School, and its Kindergarten Section, were presented with awards on Tuesday evening, January 31, for outstanding performance in classroom work. The occasion, atBethelMethodistChurch, was the First Annual Dorothy Hughes Academic Award Ceremony.   The

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Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

🕔10:55, 3.Feb 2012

  The Editor The Anguillian   Dear Editor:   On Saturday the 20th of January. I listened in awe to the most cowardly display of engagement by our esteemed Chief Minister as a caller to the Mayor Radio Show on

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COURT REGISTRAR LIKES EXPOSURE TO OTHER AREAS OF LAW

COURT REGISTRAR LIKES EXPOSURE TO OTHER AREAS OF LAW

🕔10:48, 3.Feb 2012

  The newly-appointed Registrar at the Anguilla Circuit of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Ms. Vernette S. Richardson, has assumed her new duties after serving as Crown Counsel in the Attorney General’s Chambers.   Ms. Richardson, who succeeds Mrs. Patricia

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MINISTRY, STAFF, COMMEND KARIM ON AWARD

MINISTRY, STAFF, COMMEND KARIM ON AWARD

🕔10:45, 3.Feb 2012

  Anguilla’s Director of Environment, Karim V. D. Hodge, is the 24th recipient of the 2011 Euan P. McFarlane Award for Outstanding Environmental Leadership in the insularCaribbean. His selection was announced in a press release by Vice President of Island

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