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A WELCOME RELIEF FROM VIOLENT CRIME

A WELCOME RELIEF FROM VIOLENT CRIME

🕔09:29, 20.Jul 2012

Last week a group of various professional persons, with no particular member actually pinpointed as the author, wrote a letter to the Deputy Governor which was published in The Anguillian at their request. The letter expressed concern over the recent

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EC$27 Million Owed To Public Servants

EC$27 Million Owed To Public Servants

🕔11:36, 13.Jul 2012

  As the situation stands today, the Government of Anguilla owes EC$27 million in salary deductions to public servants, and other officials, which were extracted by both the previous and present administrations to reduce public expenditure.   In one case,

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DISTRACTIONS, THE WHITE PAPER AND GRADUATIONS

DISTRACTIONS, THE WHITE PAPER AND GRADUATIONS

🕔09:14, 6.Jul 2012

  In recent times there has been much negativity in our community which has distracted our attention from the more positive things of societal life such as the work of our schools and arrangements for the series of colourful graduation

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FINDING JOBS FOR OUR PEOPLE

FINDING JOBS FOR OUR PEOPLE

🕔10:35, 29.Jun 2012

  On Wednesday, this week, the Government of Anguilla signed a licence for the operation of the Dolphin Discovery project for the second time on the island. The enterprise is returning after some four years of absence at its new

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UNITY FOR THE COMMON GOOD

UNITY FOR THE COMMON GOOD

🕔10:48, 22.Jun 2012

  For the past several weeks, in particular, the attention of the population of Anguilla has been focused on the unfortunate spate of violence, injury and death which has flawed our small but thriving society. Everybody would like to see

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CRIES OF ANGUISH

CRIES OF ANGUISH

🕔11:00, 15.Jun 2012

  The other day a group of developers called a press conference to apprise the media and, by extension, the people ofAnguilla, about their intention to have at least one component of their project off the ground before too long.

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ANOTHER MISSED OPPORTUNITY

ANOTHER MISSED OPPORTUNITY

🕔11:30, 8.Jun 2012

  There are many and varied matters of national interest and importance which can be topics for editorial comment and analysis these days, rather than dwelling on other issues of less significance or urgency.   But one of the most

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RELIEF IN ANGUILLA

RELIEF IN ANGUILLA

🕔11:38, 1.Jun 2012

  There appears to be hardly any lull or truce in the gun violence besettingAnguilla. Just when the population was beginning to settle down from the agony of the shootings, another incident occurred last weekend. It is a very pathetic

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“YOU CANNOT CATCH FISH IN THE VALLEY BOTTOM”

“YOU CANNOT CATCH FISH IN THE VALLEY BOTTOM”

🕔09:43, 25.May 2012

  For many years, in the traditional life of Anguilla, and its people, agricultural products such as pigeon peas, beans, great corn, guinea corn, sweet potatoes, yams and cassava, were grown in abundance on the island and served as the

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SOLVING CRIME THROUGH EDUCATION

SOLVING CRIME THROUGH EDUCATION

🕔10:26, 18.May 2012

  Ever so often one hears the phrase “Education is key” when it comes to various matters of national awareness, and interest, relating to the way forward out of any given situation. A leading challenge now confrontingAnguillais the issue of

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