Anguilla, like the rest of the world is paying a keen interest in the United States Presidential elections. It seems that more attention is paid to who becomes President of the United States than what happens in
A young group of the Cadet Corps, from Campus B, attired in their uniform and bearing what may have been old models of Leinfield shotguns, stood rigidly and undeterred outside the Post Office in drenching rain –
For a small island, like Anguilla, which, as the saying goes, “has all of its eggs in one basket”, it is a matter of much significance and relief that our tourism industry is back on track to
If I were to post this editorial on Facebook, it probably would not get many likes and shares. In fact, it would probably be read and dismissed as not being juicy enough, if it was read at all.
The Royal Anguilla Police Force has just published on the Government’s website what it calls “Guidance on the Issuing of Firearm Licences” dated October 2016. Although there is a longstanding Firearms Act on the law books, it
At a time when our country needs a serious influx of revenue, our Government has chosen to waive taxes due from Cap Juluca to the tune of seventeen million dollars. This decision has left many disgruntled, particularly
Whenever there are investors visiting Anguilla, or any encouraging word about new investment or development in our island, one sometimes tends to get overly excited and even goose bumps. This is understandable from the viewpoint that we are
In November 2015, I penned an editorial, captioned “We are at a defining moment,” which outlined and offered my perspective on the contents of a letter from Chief Minister the Honourable Victor Banks to then UK Prime
The Domestic Violence Bill, which had a contentious long running delay before the Anguilla House of Assembly, was eventually passed after some concerns of the public were addressed by amendments or modifications. That legislation is part of
Just the other day, I visited my friend Petty at his home in Pond Ground. I found him displaced by his grandsons who had hijacked his computer and were busy watching you tube videos about making paper planes.