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EDITORIAl: FORMING REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS

EDITORIAl: FORMING REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS

🕔12:44, 26.Jun 2017

      Should our expectations be constrained by reality? Very often they are not. As a result, we are often disappointed and feel aggrieved because what we took for granted cannot be realised. Our failure to constrain our expectations

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EDITORIAL: THE QUESTION OF INTEGRITY

EDITORIAL: THE QUESTION OF INTEGRITY

🕔12:21, 20.Jun 2017

    Integrity in public office is one of those concepts that is often trumpeted by political scientists, scholars, institutions responsible for good governance and the like. Theoretically, it is one of the standards that is expected of every person

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EDITORIAL: THE NEXT 50 YEARS IN ANGUILLA

EDITORIAL: THE NEXT 50 YEARS IN ANGUILLA

🕔13:53, 12.Jun 2017

      It can be assumed that hardly had the sun set on May 30, 2017, the 50th Anniversary date of the Anguilla Revolution, than there were already thoughts about the next fifty years and what we should expect.

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Editorial: Anguilla: After the Revolution

Editorial: Anguilla: After the Revolution

🕔13:54, 6.Jun 2017

      It is obvious from the various discussions surrounding the celebrations for the 50th Anniversray of the Anguilla Revolution that persons have mixed emotions about Anguilla’s progress fifty years after the 1967 Revolution. Progress can, of course, be

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EDITORIAL: FIX THE BROKEN WINDOWS

EDITORIAL: FIX THE BROKEN WINDOWS Updated

🕔10:40, 29.May 2017

      Another death by gunshot has left us once again in disbelief and despair. Again, we have begun the pontifications about the causes of gun violence on our otherwise peaceful island. We have begun again to search for

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EDITORIAL: ‘Walk the Walk’. Don’t just ‘Talk the Talk’

EDITORIAL: ‘Walk the Walk’. Don’t just ‘Talk the Talk’

🕔10:05, 22.May 2017

      Anguillians deplore many things but yet many of these things continue to plague our communities. Littering, the exploitation of young girls, and the prevalence of violent crimes, have all been the subject of considerable public attention over

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EDITORIAL: PROUD, STRONG AND FREE

EDITORIAL: PROUD, STRONG AND FREE

🕔10:14, 15.May 2017

      I am not a carnival enthusiast. However, I have had the privilege to see the Mighty Springer perform on several occasions. As he enters the stage, he energizes the crowd by shouting: “Let me see the hands

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EDITORIAL: REALISING ANGUILLA’S NEEDS AND WANTS –  WHAT WILL IT TAKE?

EDITORIAL: REALISING ANGUILLA’S NEEDS AND WANTS – WHAT WILL IT TAKE? Updated

🕔12:48, 8.May 2017

    It is obvious from the comments, observations and assertions of Anguillians, that Anguillians want the best and expect the best in all aspects of life on Anguilla. This results in a very extensive shopping list for the consideration

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EDITORIAL – THE ENTITLEMENT PHENOMENON

EDITORIAL – THE ENTITLEMENT PHENOMENON

🕔10:26, 2.May 2017

    I am sometimes alarmed at what I call a culture of entitlement among our people. There are those in our midst, too many to be ignored, who seem to be of the view that material things, positions, power,

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EDITORIAL: WILL WE REMAIN AN ISLAND OF CONTRADICTIONS?

EDITORIAL: WILL WE REMAIN AN ISLAND OF CONTRADICTIONS?

🕔12:02, 24.Apr 2017

    Despite being a small island with a small population, many persons would agree that Anguilla is quite an interesting place to live in. Persons are sometimes surprised by how interesting a place Anguilla is. The credit for this

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