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Reverend Niles Tells Legal Fraternity: DISPENSE JUSTICE, FLEE FAVOURITISM AND CORRUPTION

Reverend Niles Tells Legal Fraternity: DISPENSE JUSTICE, FLEE FAVOURITISM AND CORRUPTION

🕔08:51, 21.Sep 2012

  Members of the legal fraternity in Anguilla have been given two pieces of sound Scripture-based advice. The first is: “Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.”   The second is: “You shall not pervert

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EAST SHOAL BAY  BEACH DISAPPEARING

EAST SHOAL BAY BEACH DISAPPEARING

🕔08:45, 21.Sep 2012

  Residents and visitors, acquainted with the once beautiful and relaxing stretch of beach at East Shoal Bay, are dismayed by its continued disappearance as a result of a steady onslaught of erosion of the sand dune.   Where there

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ANGUILLIANS TOLD ABOUT PUBLIC FINANCES  Estimated Single-Digit Growth Can’t Help Island

ANGUILLIANS TOLD ABOUT PUBLIC FINANCES Estimated Single-Digit Growth Can’t Help Island

🕔10:00, 14.Sep 2012

  After waiting for some eight months this year, Anguillians were given a detailed account on Monday and Tuesday, this week, about the state of the island’s public finances hard-hit by the prevailing downturn in the economy. The occasion was

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANXIOUSLY NEEDS CDB FUNDS FOR NEW CAMPUS Professor Louden: “We are bursting at the seams”

COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANXIOUSLY NEEDS CDB FUNDS FOR NEW CAMPUS Professor Louden: “We are bursting at the seams”

🕔09:51, 14.Sep 2012

  The Anguilla Community College is anxiously hoping to receive over two million US dollars from the Caribbean Development Bank, through the Anguilla Government, to build its own campus in The Farrington area as quickly as possible.   The College

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CODE FOR PROSECUTORS PUBLISHED IN ANGUILLA

CODE FOR PROSECUTORS PUBLISHED IN ANGUILLA

🕔09:49, 14.Sep 2012

  A booklet entitled “Code for Prosecutors” was published inAnguillaon Wednesday this week by the Attorney General’s Chambers in association with the Royal Anguilla Police Force.   “This is a new development forAnguilla,” the Attorney General told reporters in giving

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GOOD NEWS FOR ANGUILLA’S AIRPORT

GOOD NEWS FOR ANGUILLA’S AIRPORT

🕔09:31, 7.Sep 2012

  After taking up his appointment in March this year, as Chief Executive Officer of the Anguilla Air and Seaports Authority, St. Lucian-born Vincent Hippolyte has announced that a team of consultants is expected to visit Anguilla shortly. They will

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MEDIATORS WITHDRAW FROM CAP JULUCA DISPUTE “There is No Level Playing Field,” They Say

MEDIATORS WITHDRAW FROM CAP JULUCA DISPUTE “There is No Level Playing Field,” They Say

🕔09:27, 7.Sep 2012

  The planned mediation between the disputing partners in the Cap Juluca issue, by a civil society group, has ended in failure with the official withdrawal of the three mediators. The group – comprising Bishop Errol Brooks, Rev. Dr. Clifton

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A New Life Of Secondary Education: 253 NEW STUDENTS JOIN CAMPUS B

A New Life Of Secondary Education: 253 NEW STUDENTS JOIN CAMPUS B

🕔09:25, 7.Sep 2012

  Campus B of the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School recorded its highest number ever of new students in Form 1when it opened its doors on Monday this week.   The students, from the primary schools, have now begun a new

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MOTION TO ACQUIRE CAP JULUCA SET ASIDE  Citizen’s Group Intervenes To Solve Dispute

MOTION TO ACQUIRE CAP JULUCA SET ASIDE Citizen’s Group Intervenes To Solve Dispute

🕔09:46, 31.Aug 2012

  A Government Motion – before the Anguilla House of Assembly –  to begin the process of acquiring the 178.03 acres of Crown Land, on which Cap Juluca Resort is situated, was set aside on Monday, August 27. Chief Minister

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IMPROVING MATHS IN ANGUILLA’S PRIMARY SCHOOLS

IMPROVING MATHS IN ANGUILLA’S PRIMARY SCHOOLS

🕔09:30, 31.Aug 2012

  Primary School teachers in Anguilla have just emerged f0rom a week-long intensive, yet simplified, workshop on the teaching of mathematics aimed at achieving better results in the island’s classrooms. The facilitators were a team of teachers from the Isle

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