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POCKETS OF SUFFERING AND NEED IN ANGUILLA

POCKETS OF SUFFERING AND NEED IN ANGUILLA

🕔09:04, 20.Apr 2012

Everybody is experiencing severe financial or social difficulties in Anguilla at present, caused by one factor or another. Before the global economic crisis, and its impact on Anguilla, the standard and quality of living had been appreciably high with a

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HANDS OFF RADIO ANGUILLA

HANDS OFF RADIO ANGUILLA

🕔12:22, 5.Apr 2012

  Once again there are credible reports that the Government may be considering “divesting” itself of Radio Anguilla ostensibly as a cost-cutting measure – and probably redeploying staff – but really, how responsible or defensible such a move would be?

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A STRONG CHAMBER CAN SAVE THE ECONOMY

A STRONG CHAMBER CAN SAVE THE ECONOMY

🕔08:43, 30.Mar 2012

  In a small developing island like Anguilla there is an urgent need for both the government and the business sector to work together to ensure the growth of the economy, job creation and improvement in the quality of life

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CARICOM MISSION TO ANGUILLA ILL-CONCEIVED

CARICOM MISSION TO ANGUILLA ILL-CONCEIVED

🕔09:32, 23.Mar 2012

  Many persons in Anguilla were jolted, almost like the effect of an earthquake, by the recent announcement that the Chief Minister had requested the CARCOM Heads of Government, meeting inSurinameon March 8-9, to send a ministerial delegation toAnguillato mediate

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WHEN CIVILITY IS PARAMOUNT

WHEN CIVILITY IS PARAMOUNT

🕔09:10, 9.Mar 2012

  The one-day Royal Visit to Anguilla provided a good deal of interest both among the adult folk and the children of the island, especially those who came into close contact with the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Anguillians have

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BATTLE FOR CAP JULUCA

BATTLE FOR CAP JULUCA

🕔12:15, 1.Mar 2012

  It is a great pity that in these times of extreme economic difficulty that Cap Juluca, the flagship of the tourism industry inAnguilla, and winner of numerous prestigious awards, should now find itself not only in a continuing ownership

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DISTURBING TRENDS IN HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

DISTURBING TRENDS IN HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

🕔09:23, 24.Feb 2012

  There is undoubtedly no Parliament in the world which does not end up in an uproar, with a considerable degree of frequency,  sometimes over serious matters and other times resulting from frivolous issues which, ideally, and peaceably, could be

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STRUGGLING AGAINST ELECTRICITY COSTS

STRUGGLING AGAINST ELECTRICITY COSTS

🕔09:45, 17.Feb 2012

  To some extent it may appear strange, and perhaps paradoxical, that in Anguilla, an island where its people lived in virtual darkness for years, except for the light of the sun and moon, that they should now have a

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“FOR THOSE IN PERIL ON THE SEA”

“FOR THOSE IN PERIL ON THE SEA”

🕔11:19, 10.Feb 2012

  A common expression often heard among our island folk and recorded in our cultural history, especially with reference to Anguillian seafarers, is that the “sea is in our blood”. Our people, young and old, like all others elsewhere, enjoy

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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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