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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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EDITORIAL: THE MISSING INGREDIENTS

EDITORIAL: THE MISSING INGREDIENTS

🕔10:33, 18.Apr 2017

      Recent administrative decisions, which impact on the management of the Anguilla Public Service, suggest that some key ingredients essential to ensuring the effective and efficient functioning of the Anguilla Public Service are missing. The recent decisions, which

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EDITORIAL : WHITE SAND AND SPARKLING WATERS

EDITORIAL : WHITE SAND AND SPARKLING WATERS Updated

🕔10:25, 10.Apr 2017

      I often wonder if when our very own Patricia J Adams, affectionately known as Tr Patsy, penned the words of the song This is Anguilla, she knew that the song would become a local favourite: “Come see

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EDITORIAL – UPSIDE DOWN

EDITORIAL – UPSIDE DOWN

🕔15:54, 3.Apr 2017

    The people walk upon their heads The sea is made of sand The children go to school by night In topsy-turvy land The recent events around the world remind me of these words from the much loved childhood

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EDITORIAL – WHY DO WE FEAR THE INEVITABLE?

EDITORIAL – WHY DO WE FEAR THE INEVITABLE?

🕔11:37, 27.Mar 2017

    Most people seem to accept without question that ‘change is inevitable.’ Yet, interestingly, most persons also resist change and very often fight vigorously to maintain the status quo. This continuing battle between acceptance of the inevitable and resisting

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EDITORIAL : THE RACE IS STILL ON

EDITORIAL : THE RACE IS STILL ON

🕔12:02, 21.Mar 2017

    I am almost certain that if we were to conduct a national poll on the sport of drag racing, we would find that our country is divided on this issue. I am confident, but less certain, that we

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EDITORIAL: BRIGHTENING THE CORNER  WHERE YOU ARE

EDITORIAL: BRIGHTENING THE CORNER WHERE YOU ARE

🕔15:40, 13.Mar 2017

    In Anguilla today, social media and radio programmes are rife with persons critiquing the actions of individuals, organisations and governments. I say governments because, in our typical fashion, we are not shy about offering views on how our

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EDITORIAL- CLOSED OR OPEN BORDERS

EDITORIAL- CLOSED OR OPEN BORDERS

🕔15:03, 6.Mar 2017

  It seems that immigration issues are on the front burner in many countries around the world. In the United Kingdom, for example, these are some of the issues which would have fueled the Brexit movement and contributed to the

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EDITORIAL : ACCESSING THE CONTINUOUS VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEM

EDITORIAL : ACCESSING THE CONTINUOUS VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEM Updated

🕔11:33, 27.Feb 2017

      Anguilla’s electoral process is currently under scrutiny and has been actively so since late 2015 when the Constitutional and Electoral Reform Committee, led by Mr. Don Mitchell CBE QC, was appointed. While we await the outcome of

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EDITORIAL: SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER

EDITORIAL: SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER

🕔11:41, 20.Feb 2017

  Societies, communities, families and businesses all have power structures which accord greater power to some than to others. Persons may command political power, economic power, financial power or administrative power. The exercise of such power, if unchecked, can be

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