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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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Students Receive Dorothy Hughes Academic Awards

Students Receive Dorothy Hughes Academic Awards

🕔11:02, 3.Feb 2012

  Over 270 students from theAdrianT.HazellPrimary School, and its Kindergarten Section, were presented with awards on Tuesday evening, January 31, for outstanding performance in classroom work. The occasion, atBethelMethodistChurch, was the First Annual Dorothy Hughes Academic Award Ceremony.   The

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COURT REGISTRAR LIKES EXPOSURE TO OTHER AREAS OF LAW

COURT REGISTRAR LIKES EXPOSURE TO OTHER AREAS OF LAW

🕔10:48, 3.Feb 2012

  The newly-appointed Registrar at the Anguilla Circuit of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Ms. Vernette S. Richardson, has assumed her new duties after serving as Crown Counsel in the Attorney General’s Chambers.   Ms. Richardson, who succeeds Mrs. Patricia

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MINISTRY, STAFF, COMMEND KARIM ON AWARD

MINISTRY, STAFF, COMMEND KARIM ON AWARD

🕔10:45, 3.Feb 2012

  Anguilla’s Director of Environment, Karim V. D. Hodge, is the 24th recipient of the 2011 Euan P. McFarlane Award for Outstanding Environmental Leadership in the insularCaribbean. His selection was announced in a press release by Vice President of Island

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GUNSHOT VICTIM RETURNS HOME

GUNSHOT VICTIM RETURNS HOME

🕔10:40, 3.Feb 2012

  Deion Richardson, an Anguillian cyclist, who was seriously injured in a shooting incident, returned home on Tuesday afternoon fromFloridawhere he had been receiving treatment atJacksonMemorialHospital.   He was brought to the island by Anguilla Air Services from St. Maarten

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TWO FISHERMEN SAVED, ONE LOST

TWO FISHERMEN SAVED, ONE LOST

🕔10:35, 3.Feb 2012

  A fishing trip, some six miles in the area of Prickly Pear, one ofAnguilla’s offshore cays, has left two Anguillian families relieved, but a third family bearing the brunt of the loss of one of its members. Alive and

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FRENCH CRUISE SHIP VISITS ANGUILLA

FRENCH CRUISE SHIP VISITS ANGUILLA

🕔10:27, 3.Feb 2012

  Among the events which keptRoadBaybusy during Sunday, January 29, was the arrival of a French cruise ship, Club Med 2. On board were 308 passengers, many of whom came ashore and were taken on tours to several parts ofAnguilla.

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MAGISTRATE’S COURT DESTROYS ILLICIT DRUGS

MAGISTRATE’S COURT DESTROYS ILLICIT DRUGS

🕔10:23, 3.Feb 2012

  A quantity of marijuana, cocaine and crack cocaine, confiscated by the Police and submitted as evidence against a number of offenders, has been destroyed by the Magistrate’s Court inAnguilla.   The illicit drugs were burnt in the backyard of

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CUISINART DONATES TO HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT

CUISINART DONATES TO HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT

🕔10:20, 3.Feb 2012

  CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa has donated US$2,500 to the Princess Alexandra Hospital towards the purchase of a Blood Gas Analyser. The equipment will allow health personnel to quickly analyse a patient’s condition rather than losing time by having

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SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  Chamber Of  Commerce Donates To Community College

SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Chamber Of Commerce Donates To Community College

🕔10:17, 3.Feb 2012

  The Anguilla Chamber of Commerce and Industry has contributed US$3,000 towards a scholarship fund set up by theAnguillaCommunity Collegefor a deserving student to pursue an Associates Degree in Business Administration there.   President of the Chamber,KeithleyLake, said the money

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