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EDITORIAL: WHAT DO WE STAND FOR?

EDITORIAL: WHAT DO WE STAND FOR?

🕔12:15, 21.Aug 2017

    What do we stand for? If we were to be asked this question, as Anguillians, what would be our answer? I recently thought about this as I watched the drama in Charlottesville, Virginia, unfold in the US media

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EDITORIAL: FACILITATING POPULATION GROWTH THROUGH A REVISED IMMIGRATION POLICY

EDITORIAL: FACILITATING POPULATION GROWTH THROUGH A REVISED IMMIGRATION POLICY Updated

🕔11:50, 7.Aug 2017

        Our annual Summer Festival usually attracts many persons to our shores resulting in an increase in economic activity for many businesses on island. This increased activity, resulting from increased numbers of persons on island, inevitably leads

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Editorial: ZIGGY COME TO SING

Editorial: ZIGGY COME TO SING

🕔12:39, 31.Jul 2017

      I am not a carnival enthusiast and as such you will not usually find me at carnival shows, but one has to be deaf or dead not to have heard the lyrical genius in the calypsos which

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EDITORIAL: OUR GROWING ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY

EDITORIAL: OUR GROWING ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY

🕔12:19, 24.Jul 2017

    Anguillians are often described as having a sense of entitlement which results in the expectation that certain benefits will accrue to us without actually being earned. Some of us question whether this is real or imagined? Sadly, there

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EDITORIAL: THE HEAT IS UNBEARABLE

EDITORIAL: THE HEAT IS UNBEARABLE Updated

🕔09:57, 17.Jul 2017

        There are many sceptics out there who refuse to believe any climate change theories. However, for those of us who believe, the evidence is all around us. The rising temperatures which we complain about bitterly, on

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EDITORIAL: Rekindling Our Appreciation For The Success Of Others

EDITORIAL: Rekindling Our Appreciation For The Success Of Others

🕔14:32, 10.Jul 2017

      We’ve come to the end of what can be described as Graduation Season in Anguilla. For the past two weeks, family members, friends, godparents, teachers (past and present) and senior public officials, have witnessed students at various

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EDITORIAL: YOU NEVER MISS THE WATER

EDITORIAL: YOU NEVER MISS THE WATER

🕔13:37, 3.Jul 2017

    How often have we heard the phrase “you never miss the water ’til the well runs dry”? Which basically means that we never truly appreciate some things until they have gone – be it an airline service, a

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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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