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MECHANISED FARMING TECHNIQUES ON DEMONSTRATION

MECHANISED FARMING TECHNIQUES ON DEMONSTRATION

🕔09:15, 9.Sep 2011

With the planting season continuing in Anguilla, personnel from the Department of Agriculture, and the Farmers’ Association, have come together to demonstrate their mechanized farming and soil preparation techniques.   William Vanterpool (l), Elvet Hughes (3rd from r) and farming

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Agricultural Corner: ISLAND HARBOUR FARMER PROUD OF PRODUCE

Agricultural Corner: ISLAND HARBOUR FARMER PROUD OF PRODUCE

🕔09:13, 9.Sep 2011

There are fertile plots and pockets of land all over Anguilla with good potential just waiting for small and dedicated farmers to take time to do some cultivating.   Calvin Smith with produce Calvin Smith of the Keys, Island Harbour,

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FORMER DEPUTY GOVERNOR IN ANGUILLA NOW GOVERNOR OF ST. HELENA

FORMER DEPUTY GOVERNOR IN ANGUILLA NOW GOVERNOR OF ST. HELENA

🕔09:10, 9.Sep 2011

Mr. Mark Capes, who served as Deputy Governor in Anguilla for four years, has now been appointed Governor of St. Helena. He and Mrs. Capes spent several days here last week after arriving from the Turks and Caicos Islands. There

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A BREAK FROM THE AIRWAVES TO BEAUTIFY ANGUILLA

A BREAK FROM THE AIRWAVES TO BEAUTIFY ANGUILLA

🕔09:06, 9.Sep 2011

Popular broadcaster at Upbeat Radio, IwandaiGumbs, is on a crusade to care for the environment and beautify Anguilla in the hope that other persons will emulate his example. He has embarked on planting various ornamental and floral plants at some

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TEACHERS LAUDED FOR CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

TEACHERS LAUDED FOR CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

🕔09:05, 9.Sep 2011

Teachers throughout Anguilla returned to their various schools and classrooms on Monday, September 5, probably very much encouraged and charged up after a rousing 9th Annual Appreciation Ceremony. The event, which began with inspirational music, singing and clapping, was held

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STAKEHOLDERS EXAMINE ANGUILLA’S TOURISM PRODUCT

STAKEHOLDERS EXAMINE ANGUILLA’S TOURISM PRODUCT

🕔09:04, 9.Sep 2011

Aware of the declining tourist arrivals and an obvious need to sharpen and re-focus Anguilla’s marketing strategies to attract a greater share of the market, stakeholders in the industry have met to put their heads together to arrive at a

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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION COMMENDS OUTSTANDING CAPE AND CSEC STUDENTS

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION COMMENDS OUTSTANDING CAPE AND CSEC STUDENTS

🕔10:50, 2.Sep 2011

  The Ministry of Education is pleased with the performance of students who sat examinations for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC). This year 78% of the subject entries achieved grades I to III, and 52% ofthe students passed four

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Tax Reform: GST OR VAT RECOMMENDED FOR ANGUILLA

Tax Reform: GST OR VAT RECOMMENDED FOR ANGUILLA

🕔10:38, 2.Sep 2011

A Goods and Services Tax (GST) or VAT (Value Added Tax) has been recommended for Anguilla as a Working Group, set up by the Ministry of Finance, continues to examine the need for tax reform.   L-R: Chief Minister Hubert

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Religion: LONG BAY SDA CRUSADE ENDS WEEKEND

Religion: LONG BAY SDA CRUSADE ENDS WEEKEND

🕔10:27, 2.Sep 2011

  After a period of four weeks an evangelistic crusade, called “Let the Bible Speak”, which has had much following at Long Bay, ends there this weekend.   Members and invited guests at the Crusade It was organised under the

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Because of Prayer comes to Anguilla on Saturday

Because of Prayer comes to Anguilla on Saturday

🕔10:22, 2.Sep 2011

A book signing for “Because of Prayer” by visiting writer Felecita T. Williams, will be hosted by Coral Reef Bookstore at Little Harbour on Saturday, September 3, 2011, according to Dawn P. Reid, the bookstore owner.   Felecita and customer

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