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BLACK HISTORY LECTURE LOOKS AT REPATRIATION TO AFRICA

BLACK HISTORY LECTURE LOOKS AT REPATRIATION TO AFRICA

🕔08:36, 8.Feb 2013

  A cross-section of the Anguillian community heard a lecture which encouraged the repatriation of descendants of persons who were forcibly removed from their ancestral African homeland and taken into slavery to the western hemisphere. The lecture, in observance of

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UK OFFICIAL VISITS COMMUNITY COLLEGE SITE “We Want Anguilla To Be A Successful Place”

UK OFFICIAL VISITS COMMUNITY COLLEGE SITE “We Want Anguilla To Be A Successful Place”

🕔14:18, 1.Feb 2013

  The Factory Shell at the Long Path, on the land where there are plans to build a new campus for the Anguilla Community College, was visited by Mr. Tim Colley, Deputy Director of the Overseas Territories Directorate in London,

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CHAMBER AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP TO A SECOND STUDENT

CHAMBER AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP TO A SECOND STUDENT

🕔14:06, 1.Feb 2013

  The Anguilla Chamber of Commerce has awarded a scholarship to a second student to study for an Associate Degree in Business at the Anguilla Community College. A cheque in the sum of US $5,000 was presented to the President

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VICEROY IMPROVES SCHOOL’S BASKETBALL COURT

VICEROY IMPROVES SCHOOL’S BASKETBALL COURT

🕔08:27, 1.Feb 2013

  The teachers and students at the Alwyn Richardson Primary School, at West End, are grateful to Viceroy Anguilla for improving the playing facilities at the school’s basketball court. The resort, which first provided lights for the court, has now

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TOP CAPE LAW STUDENT GETS DAME BERNICE  MEMORIAL AWARD

TOP CAPE LAW STUDENT GETS DAME BERNICE MEMORIAL AWARD

🕔10:05, 25.Jan 2013

  The legacy of Anguilla’s celebrated legal luminary, the late Dame Bernice Lake, will continue long after her departure from this life as was seen on Tuesday this week. The manifestation of this wastwo-fold. First, it was the formal presentation

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TEACHERS CALL FOR PUBLIC APOLOGY FROM OFFICIALS

TEACHERS CALL FOR PUBLIC APOLOGY FROM OFFICIALS

🕔09:46, 25.Jan 2013

  The President of the Anguilla Teachers’ Union, Emma Ferguson, has written to Chief Minister Hubert Hughes, copied to other Government officials, requesting a public apology to teachers for derogatory remarks made against them in the House of Assembly on

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CHIEF MINISTER HUGHES ARGUES WITH TEACHERS

CHIEF MINISTER HUGHES ARGUES WITH TEACHERS

🕔09:34, 25.Jan 2013

    In a radio broadcast, last weekend, Chief Minister Hubert Hughes argued that the recent sit-in by teachers had to do with money. He indicated that it was not about disrespect meted out to them by him, and other

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TEACHERS IN ANGUILLA STAGE SIT-IN C M: “I Have No Obligation To Discuss With Them Under Duress”

TEACHERS IN ANGUILLA STAGE SIT-IN C M: “I Have No Obligation To Discuss With Them Under Duress”

🕔11:22, 18.Jan 2013

  Members of the Anguilla Teachers’ Union began staging a sit-in on Tuesday this week, accusing the Government of Chief Minister Hubert Hughes of a “recurring display of total disregard and disrespect” for them. The matter has arisen out of

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ATU PRESS RELEASE

ATU PRESS RELEASE

🕔11:03, 18.Jan 2013

  The following press release was sent to the media on Wednesday 16th January. The Anguilla Teachers’ Union continues to stage its sit-in action, in response to the failure of the Government of Anguilla to address a number of issues

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In Accordance With Education Act: SCHOOLS SUBSTITUTING CORPORAL PUNISHMENT WITH BEHAVIOURAL STRATEGIES

In Accordance With Education Act: SCHOOLS SUBSTITUTING CORPORAL PUNISHMENT WITH BEHAVIOURAL STRATEGIES

🕔10:46, 18.Jan 2013

  Teachers at four Government-run primary schools in Anguilla returned to their classrooms on Monday, January 14, one week after the othertwo schools reopened following the Christmas holidays. The late reopening of The Valley Primary School, Adrian T. Hazell Primary

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