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Guarding Anguilla’s Beaches From  Oil Spills

Guarding Anguilla’s Beaches From Oil Spills

🕔09:55, 17.Feb 2012

  A three-day National Workshop on Oil Spill Preparedness and Response,commenced at Paradise Cove Resort on Wednesday, facilitated by the Ministry of Home Affairs, with responsibility for the Environment, along with the Department of Disaster Management. The aim of the

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SOCIAL SECURITY PRESENTS EQUIPMENT FOR SAFETY AT SEA

SOCIAL SECURITY PRESENTS EQUIPMENT FOR SAFETY AT SEA

🕔11:37, 10.Feb 2012

  Social Security, now observing its 30th Anniversary, on Monday February 7, handed over a quantity of marine safety equipment to the Anguilla Government valued at just under EC$100,000. The aim is to protect the many persons who engage in

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MEETING DISCUSSES CRUISE SHIP VISITS

MEETING DISCUSSES CRUISE SHIP VISITS

🕔11:30, 10.Feb 2012

  Tourism officials inAnguillamet with local agents of cruise ships on Wednesday, February 8, to discuss the promotion of the island as a destination for high-end cruise lines and some of the planned activities for the visitors.   The meeting

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TEMENOS SUPPLIERS RECEIVING US$3.6 MILLION

TEMENOS SUPPLIERS RECEIVING US$3.6 MILLION

🕔11:29, 3.Feb 2012

  There has been little or no delay to commence paying Anguillian suppliers of goods and services to the former owner of the Flag/Temenos golf course project. The payments are being made by Mr. Leandro Rizzuto of CuisinArt Golf Resort

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GOVERNMENT REVISITING CRUISE POLICY

GOVERNMENT REVISITING CRUISE POLICY

🕔11:22, 3.Feb 2012

  The Anguilla Government is pursuing an undertaking it gave to revisit the island’s cruise policy and a number of other policies associated with tourism.   This was stated by Parliamentary Secretary, Tourism, Haydn Hughes, during the visit on Thursday,

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LEGAL OPINION RECEIVED ABOUT SALARY REDUCTIONS

LEGAL OPINION RECEIVED ABOUT SALARY REDUCTIONS

🕔11:26, 30.Jan 2012

It was confirmed by the Governor’s Office on Tuesday, January 24, that the legal opinion of Mr. Anthony Astaphan, S.C. ofDominica,on reductions from the salaries of public servants, had been received by the Anguilla Government. On December 16, 2011, the

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CRICKETER TURNS POLITICIAN

CRICKETER TURNS POLITICIAN

🕔11:17, 30.Jan 2012

Anguilla’s first professional cricketer inEnglandandAustralia, Cardigan Connor, has entered the island’s political arena as the Opposition Anguilla United Front’s candidate for District 7 (West End) in the next general election. Mr. Connor’s candidacy was announced by AUF Party Leader, Victor

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FERRY OPERATORS QUERY SIMPSON BAY DOCK

FERRY OPERATORS QUERY SIMPSON BAY DOCK

🕔11:07, 30.Jan 2012

The docking facility to be built at the Simpson Bay Lagoon in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, by the Anguilla Government, with the cooperation of the Dutch Government there, has generated much discussion in Anguilla among operators of regular ferries to Marigot,St.

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TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AREAS ON DISPLAY

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AREAS ON DISPLAY

🕔11:08, 20.Jan 2012

Anguilla’s Tourism Development Areas (TDA) as outlined in the recently-completed Tourism Master-plan. A banner, featuring the map of Anguilla, divided intoWest End, Central and East End TDAs, has been erected on the main road opposite LIME. Three other banners, which

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TEACHERS ARE HURTING, PRESIDENT SAYS

TEACHERS ARE HURTING, PRESIDENT SAYS

🕔08:54, 13.Jan 2012

President of the Anguilla Teachers’ Union, Emma Ferguson, speaking on behalf of over 200 members, says that teachers, charged with the responsibility of educating the island’s children, are hurting badly as a result of the financial situation facing them.  

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