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GOVERNOR ISSUES STATEMENT ON SHOOTINGS Urges Public To Cooperate With Police

GOVERNOR ISSUES STATEMENT ON SHOOTINGS Urges Public To Cooperate With Police

🕔09:55, 25.May 2012

  Anguilla’s Governor, His Excellency Alistair Harrison, has issued a statement in which he said he was taking the recent wave of shootings on the island very seriously. He noted that, in one of the incidents, Gustave Hodge, of North

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JET RAMP UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN ANGUILLA

JET RAMP UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN ANGUILLA

🕔09:52, 25.May 2012

  A significant addition to the Clayton J.Lloyd International Airport in Anguilla will be a high level parking ramp for jet aircraft flying in and out of the island.   It is a project of Lloyd’s Aviation Services, the handling

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ANGLEC’S GM ANSWERS IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

ANGLEC’S GM ANSWERS IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

🕔09:48, 25.May 2012

  General Manager of the Anguilla Electricity Company (ANGLEC), Thomas Hodge, has given an interview to The Anguillian newspaper, in which he answered a number of important questions of general public interest. The interview follows: Why is the price of

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ANGUILLA BIDS FAREWELL TO CHIEF JUSTICE RAWLINS

ANGUILLA BIDS FAREWELL TO CHIEF JUSTICE RAWLINS

🕔10:50, 18.May 2012

  Government and Opposition officials, the Judiciary and members of the legal fraternity representing the private and public Bars, the Clergy, and representatives of the citizenry ofAnguilla, joined in bidding farewell to Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court,

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WELCHES FEST ON MAY 28 Funding Boost from CCB

WELCHES FEST ON MAY 28 Funding Boost from CCB

🕔10:35, 18.May 2012

  Hundreds of people from throughout Anguilla are expected to converge on the Welches playing field on the Whit Monday holiday, May 28, for the annual cultural festival in that eastern village of the island.   The Caribbean Commercial Bank

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IMMINENT POLICE CRACKDOWN

IMMINENT POLICE CRACKDOWN

🕔10:31, 18.May 2012

  Irritated by the continuing spate of gang violence, and encouraged by the support of Government, and other political operatives,Anguilla’s Commissioner of Police, Rudolph Proctor, has warned about a coming crackdown.   “I would say this strongly: we have recognised

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“IN SOLIDARITY TO SAVE ANGUILLA”

“IN SOLIDARITY TO SAVE ANGUILLA”

🕔10:21, 11.May 2012

  Politicians in Anguilla have for the first time come together in solidarity to express concern over the growing trend of violence, and to begin to seek ways and means of tackling the problem, saying they want to save the

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WEST END BOASTS EXCELLENT SCHOOL BUILDING  Blanchards Complete Project At Over US$100,000

WEST END BOASTS EXCELLENT SCHOOL BUILDING Blanchards Complete Project At Over US$100,000

🕔10:03, 11.May 2012

  The Alwyn A.RichardsonPrimary Schoolat West End, built over a long period, with large sums of public and private sector funding, has clearly emerged as an excellent place of learning in Anguilla. With only 150 students (85 boys and 65

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CAP JULUCA AUCTIONED FOR US$25 MILLION Back Into The Hands of Charles Hickox

CAP JULUCA AUCTIONED FOR US$25 MILLION Back Into The Hands of Charles Hickox

🕔09:55, 4.May 2012

  Ten villas, comprising some 53 rooms and suites, on approximately 173 acres of leased Crown Land, part of Cap Juluca Resort, atMaundaysBay, and a section of Cove Bay, Anguilla, were sold at a chargee’s auction at Paradise Cove on

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CULINARY TEAM SETS STAGE FOR JUNE COMPETITION

CULINARY TEAM SETS STAGE FOR JUNE COMPETITION

🕔09:47, 4.May 2012

  The Anguilla National Culinary Team has set the stage for its participation in this year’s Taste of the Caribbean Competition to be held inMiami,Florida, in June. The event was the team’s Second Annual Food Showcase at Aleta Restaurant, Viceroy,

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