The Golf Course, with its Club House and related facilities, is a win-win situation for all, says General Manager of CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa, StephaneZaharia. He was speaking to The Anguillian on Tuesday, this week, while announcing that the
With Anguilla caught in the throes of the difficult financial situation, private enterprise, in the form of the Windsong Foundation, has again pitched in to provide fundingfor the Governmentto finance two important education projects. These are the re-development of the
The Health Authority in Anguilla has embarked on a programme to train nurses and community health aides to assist in assessing and caring persons with diabetic feet. Medical Air Services Association (MASA) in Anguilla has been the largest contributor in
With the new tourist season approaching, the Anguilla Community College has initiated a Food & Beverage Leadership Course aimed at Restaurant Managers, Food & Beverage Supervisors and Department Heads. L-R: Dr. Joseph West, Sharon Richardson, Karimah Carty and Professor
The consultants from Halcrow/CHL, of the United Kingdom, engaged by the Anguilla Government to undertake a Sustainable Tourism Master Plan for the island, with financing from the Caribbean Development Bank, have formally presented their recommendations. L-R: Mr. Joseph Van Doorn,
Members of the Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association (AHTA) have rejected outright a proposed 10% tax on restaurants and car rentals with effect from January 2012. Chief Minister Hughes (standing) addressing AHTA meeting. Others are L-R: Ved Gandhi, Jerome
After some ten years of building, using personal and other financing, Anguillian businessman, Managing Director of Fair Play Group of Companies, Quincy Gumbs, has signed a 65 million US dollar loan agreement which is expected to complete phase one
Lawyers and Judicial Officials in Anguilla have been admonished to pay special attention to truth in the practice of their professions and in upholding the principles of law. Lawyers, Judicial Officers and Officials from the Governor’s Office and the Government.
No draft piece of legislation has undergone so much public scrutiny and debate in recent times in Anguilla than the Education Bill. Its latest discussion was at the Teachers’ Resource Centre on Monday night, September 5.
Many persons in Anguilla have been registered in a pilot project whereby they will be receiving special monitoring by health personnel in the fight against diabetes, one of a number of chronic non-communicable diseases which include cardiovascular disease, hypertension,