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CANNABIS BURNED BY ANGUILLA POLICE

CANNABIS BURNED BY ANGUILLA POLICE

🕔11:29, 29.Aug 2011

  A stockpile of cannabis, held in Police custody for some time, was destroyed by fire on Thursday, August 18, at the backyard of Police Headquarters, on instruction from the Magistrate.   Police destruction of drugs (Photos courtesy Ivor Hodge)

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80-PLUS YOUNGSTERS ENJOY SUMMER PROGRAMME

80-PLUS YOUNGSTERS ENJOY SUMMER PROGRAMME

🕔11:25, 29.Aug 2011

  Over 80 young people in Anguilla are enlightened and rejuvenated after attending a week-long Summer Youth Programme held by the Ebenezer Methodist Congregation at the Chapel in The Valley and which ended on Friday, August 19.   Leaders, in

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ANGUILLA’S BEACHES LITTERED WITH SEA MOSS

ANGUILLA’S BEACHES LITTERED WITH SEA MOSS

🕔11:20, 29.Aug 2011

  Large portions of the beaches in Anguilla, particularly those at the eastern end of the island, are strewn with loads of sea moss brought ashore by high seas before and after Tropical Storm, Irene. The storm, the eye of

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DARREN MOSES WINS JULUCA “BIGGEST LOSER” COMPETITION

DARREN MOSES WINS JULUCA “BIGGEST LOSER” COMPETITION

🕔11:16, 29.Aug 2011

Darren Moses is the winner of Cap Juluca’s 2011 “Biggest Loser” challenge. The eight-week competition which was part of the Resort’s Employee Health and Wellness Programme, attracted over 75 participants and ran from 15th May to 20th July.   Participants

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SAINT JAMES MEDICAL SCHOOL OFFICIALLY OPENED

SAINT JAMES MEDICAL SCHOOL OFFICIALLY OPENED

🕔10:31, 29.Aug 2011

  A campus ribbon-cutting ceremony and a gala cocktail reception and dinner at Viceroy Hotel were the combined grand events which marked the official opening of the Saint James School of Medicine in Anguilla last weekend, August 12 and 13.

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COLLEGE & MEDICAL SCHOOL TO SHARE LAND, EDUCATION

COLLEGE & MEDICAL SCHOOL TO SHARE LAND, EDUCATION

🕔10:25, 19.Aug 2011

Two tertiary educational institutions in Anguilla are coming together in a linkage that will benefit each other and, in the final analysis, the people of the island. They are the Anguilla Community College, headed by Professor Delroy Louden, and St.

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CM: VICEROY SALE NO WINDFALL FOR CIVIL SERVANTS

CM: VICEROY SALE NO WINDFALL FOR CIVIL SERVANTS

🕔10:23, 19.Aug 2011

At a press conference on Friday, August 12, Chief Minister and Minister of Finance, Hubert Hughes, was asked to comment on a letter from the Anguilla Civil Service Association (ACSA) requesting the Government to restore salaries to the pre-cut position,

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POLICE REPORT: 22 Serious Crimes, Various Fines

POLICE REPORT: 22 Serious Crimes, Various Fines

🕔10:21, 19.Aug 2011

The Police Report for August 10-17 showed that 22 serious crimes were committed in Anguilla during that period. Of that number, were six burglaries at Stoney Ground, George Hill, Blowing Point, Cannifist and Long Ground. The stolen items included a

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CHIEF MINISTER: “I WILL NOT ACCEPT TRANSFERS OF PERMANENT SECRETARIES”

CHIEF MINISTER: “I WILL NOT ACCEPT TRANSFERS OF PERMANENT SECRETARIES”

🕔10:20, 19.Aug 2011

Chief Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Hubert Hughes, has taken issue with the decision of the Deputy Governor, Stanley Reid, to transfer four Permanent Secretaries, particularly the two in Mr. Hughes’ Ministry, with effect from January 2012.

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“Farewell To Anguilla, But Not Goodbye”

“Farewell To Anguilla, But Not Goodbye”

🕔10:17, 19.Aug 2011

As the second class of the Saint James Medical School prepares to complete the Basic Science program, students take a moment to reflect back on their experiences so that others may fully understand the opportunity the Saint James School of

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