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EDITORIAL: Correcting an Unnecessary Wrong

EDITORIAL: Correcting an Unnecessary Wrong

🕔10:06, 20.Feb 2018

      Effective 5th February, 2018 there has been a realignment of the portfolios of five of the seven permanent secretaries. This realignment reflects what persons acquainted with the usual workings of the public service expected to follow Chief

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EDITORIAL: “A HEALTHY NATION IS A WEALTHY NATION”

EDITORIAL: “A HEALTHY NATION IS A WEALTHY NATION”

🕔09:50, 13.Feb 2018

    One of the first things assessed and tackled in Anguilla, following the devastation by Hurricane Irma, was the state of the island’s health facilities and services. It was with much relief and expectation when not only our healthcare

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EDITORIAL: Anguillians to Benefit from Understudy and Scholarship Programmes?

EDITORIAL: Anguillians to Benefit from Understudy and Scholarship Programmes?

🕔12:37, 5.Feb 2018

    Anguillians are often described as having a sense of entitlement. This description is sometimes made in relation to the expectation of many Anguillians that their status as an Anguillian will accord them preferential treatment in the job market.

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EDITORIAL: THE MEASURE OF OUR SUCCESS

EDITORIAL: THE MEASURE OF OUR SUCCESS Updated

🕔10:20, 29.Jan 2018

    As I drive around Anguilla I am becoming increasingly aware that despite the façade of bravado, the fact is that we are a country struggling to get pass a crisis. The devastation caused by Hurricane Irma has set

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EDITORIAL: GOOD MEN AND WOMEN REQUIRED

EDITORIAL: GOOD MEN AND WOMEN REQUIRED

🕔14:26, 22.Jan 2018

    An unnecessary ‘rivalry’ often appears to exist between public officers and private sector employees and entrepreneurs. Members of each group appear to be convinced that they offer greater value to the development of Anguilla, by virtue of the

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Editorial: WALK HUMBLY

Editorial: WALK HUMBLY

🕔09:00, 15.Jan 2018

    Once again, we usher in a new year – one filled with anticipated opportunities and challenges. As we step forward into the unknown, with hope and renewed purpose, we are again confronted with that great equalizer: death. Anguilla

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EDITORIAL: INTO THE UNKNOWN

EDITORIAL: INTO THE UNKNOWN Updated

🕔11:43, 8.Jan 2018

    2017 began as a difficult year for Anguilla with the economy still in shatters but, as time progressed, there were signs that the situation was changing and soon the economy was expected to rebound. Then came the devastation

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EDITORIAL: THROUGH IRMA TO CHRISTMAS

EDITORIAL: THROUGH IRMA TO CHRISTMAS Updated

🕔11:39, 25.Dec 2017

      2017 will go down in history as one of Anguilla’s most challenging years when, had it not been for the Hand of God and the resilience of our people, particularly with the passage of Hurricane Irma, we

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Editorial: IN PRAISE OF ANGUILLA’S YOUTHS

Editorial: IN PRAISE OF ANGUILLA’S YOUTHS Updated

🕔15:06, 18.Dec 2017

      When we stop and give objective consideration to the positive accomplishments, attributes and contributions of our youths, we can do no less than conclude that the vast majority of our youths are worthy of praise. Parents, teachers,

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Editorial: WHO THEN IS A PATRIOT?

Editorial: WHO THEN IS A PATRIOT? Updated

🕔12:08, 11.Dec 2017

      Last Saturday, a legend was laid to rest. Mr Albert A R Lake was, OBE, an Anguillian icon in business, in community and most of all in humanity. His life story is one of achievement through hard

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